1. Check your links. Nothing is worse than a broken link on a website that doesn’t work. Be sure you take the necessary time to go through each page of your website to make sure all links are working properly.
  2. Check your forms. Any forms on your website, like your contact form or get a quote form, etc.. should be checked every so often to make sure that they are still submitting properly. Send the forms to yourself and make sure that the person who is supposed to be getting them, is in fact receiving them. It could be the form or it could be blocked by an email spam filter, but, either way its good to identify and fix it.
  3. Test your website on multiple devices: Ipad, Mobile phone (Iphone, Samsung), and your desktop. It makes a difference! And it takes time to do this too, but, it is important that your website works on all platforms and you should not assume that it does. Go through the same steps above for mobile and Ipad, and if something isn’t work on one of the devices, tell your developer so that they can fix it.
  4. Remove any outdate information. old dates, or content will make your website look out of date. Get it off.
  5. Update your images. If people are going to your website regularly, you should be updating your images on your website, annually at a minimum. Old visuals will tend to make your site seem old and boring.