Whether you have a web shop and you'd like to sell more products or service to your users, or whether you want more people to join your site as paid members, a website analysis report can help you identify improvements that could be made to help those conversions.
All web projects have constraints of some description, typically time and or money and because of this corners can sometimes be cut. This typically means some parts of your website could be improved, whether it be through improved accessibility, content checks or even the content structure and how the navigation works.
The use of tablets or smartphone devices is growing globally, however, it is hugely important that the desktop experience isn't spoilt. Using an adaptive web design where layout and content are tailored for tablet, smartphone and desktop as well as various screen dimensions is key to remaining competitive.
Search engines look for websites, web apps or web shops to be accessible because it means you're considering people who have different accessibility needs. An accessible site provides a better experience for all and offers improved search results. Is your site accessible?
Typically the easiest to fix and also the easiest mistake to make by accident, a website analysis report can highlight syntax errors in your website that could be having a detrimental effect on your website ranking.
Working out the best site structure can be hard to do, a website analysis report can help identify areas that might need more visibility or where a re-structure may help in search results or just simply make your end user experience easier and lead to more conversions.