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Important things to do when you have a website

You are now in the final rights and are eager to show your site to everyone. Previously, however, it is advisable to check if everything on it is okay. You would not want the first impression of your visitors to be flawed because of minor (and not only

1. Review all the texts on your site again.

Copywriting is a process that subjects every finished text to multiple edits. Sometimes it turns out we have not expressed our message clearly enough or used inappropriate words that interfere with readability.
Example: Go to the About Us page. Read it and then ask yourself if you have the feeling that you are more familiar with the company/person behind the site. If not - you have a box to change!

2. Check the visual layout of the pages.

The fact is that sometimes the images and videos are broken. Especially when uploaded in inappropriate format or size. If you do not know which format to use for your site, read our blog article: Most commonly used image formats on the web
Tip: Always compress the images before uploading them to your site.
Bonus Board: Match the size of your site's dimensions.

3. Test through different browsers.

Before uploading your site online, it's important to check if it appears correctly across all browsers - even the oldest versions. Do not be fooled that all users will see what you - on your monitor, through the browser you use by default.

4. Test through various mobile devices.

At risk of repeating: Visitors to your site will use not only different browsers but also various mobile devices (laptops, smartphones, tablets). These mobile devices have different models, respectively - different resolutions.

Whether you have a mobile version or your site is responsive, this review gives you insights into what you can improve to make your visitors as satisfied as possible.

5. Check your site for missing headlines and meta descriptions.

Headlines and meta descriptions provide information to users and crawlers about what the content of the different pages is. So do not underestimate their importance!

6. Test whether all references work correctly.

Exceptions: Error 404 also provides links that do not exist on your site at all or are misspelt because of inadvertent ness. These scenarios are not a cause for concern.
Read more: Error (404, 500, 301) or not?

7. Test whether all forms of your site work correctly.

Put yourself in the place of your visitors. Send a consultation or subscribe to your own blog. Test formats across different browsers and mobile devices. Remember: Verification is a high form of trust!

8. Verify that you have a favicon.

Favicon is this small icon in your browser's tab. You can generate it easily and quickly, and the process is different for different content management systems.

9. Learn where to get backup copies of your site.

Easy to use and very handy tool to help you manage the archives of your site. Depending on the hosting plan, you have between one and five guaranteed backups per week.

10. Protect your site.

And if your site is on WordPress, visit the WordPress Manager section in the control panel of your hosting account. There you will find the Security Checks menu where you can activate the most important defences for your site.

11. Optimize the speed of your site.

Speed ​​is a key metric for the successful performance of your site. It depends on multiple processes and factors. One of them is the quality infrastructure of the hosting service. Thanks to All SSD technology, your site loads 10 times faster than sites on regular HDDs.

Expect our series with valuable tips on how to speed up your site ... very soon.

12. Link your site to Google Analytics.

To improve and develop your site, you need to have statistics about what's happening to it. You would not want to shoot in directions, do you? Google Analytics gives you this valuable information.

13. Index your site with Google Search Console.

it's time to index your site to be present on Google. This is done using Google Search Console, where you will upload robots.txt and sitemap.xml. This information will help Google bots get around your site faster and index it.

From here you will be able to keep track of:

    How to Position Your Site in the Search Engine.
    What keywords are searched for?
    How to get your mobile version.
    Which sites are linked to yours?
    Which pages are best ranked?
    How does the site protect you?
    Whether you have broken links and who they are.

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