7 Ways to Spring Clean Your Website

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Here are the 7 ways to spring clean your website

 

Your website is your brand. It is available 24/7 working while you’re sleep. You must make sure that it shines. Here are the 7 areas where you must spring clean your site.

 

Theme – make sure that the theme is professional and related to your respective industry.

Photos/Layout – are your photos current? Are they professional? Spring clean your photos to make sure that

Content – About Me – content is king. Blogging is essential towards positioning yourself as an expert. In addition, I am highlighting the about me page because it is the most visited page on your website.

Mobile responsiveness. Think mobile first – We are living in a mobile-first world. People are more likely to visit your site via their phones versus their laptops. Your site’s specs and dimensions have to align with mobile.

SSL – security – Every day you hear about a hack and a data leak. You don’t want your site being a victim. SSL security is a way to secure your site. Also view security as a personal branding plus. You can provide a safe space for your visitors to peruse your site without any bad guy taking their data.

Load time – +3 seconds is too long for a visitor to wait for your site to load. Make sure that your website loads quickly.

SEO – Yoast plug-in – search engine optimization. You can’t promote your personal brand online if no one can find your site. That’s what SEO is all about.

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2 Responses

  1. Annika

    Great tips. I’m still working on reducing my load time. Mobile responsiveness is a must!

    • carlarjenkins

      Yes, mobile responsiveness is a must because we are fast becoming a mobile-first world. People check their cell phones first for news. Bloggers have to start thinking about mobile.

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