Have you ever used a website review checklist? Between us: I’m not a fan.
They manage to be overwhelming and incomplete at the same time. And the worst thing of all is that they are just collections of single tips with no strategy behind.
Yet, a checklist is a great tool to find out how you can improve your website.
So I created one that actually helps you do it. In a strategic, pain-free and fun way. Watch this 3-minute video where I show you how it works.
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Hi. I’m Gill Andrews, a content creator and a web consultant. Today, I’m going to share with you a pain-free method of how you can review your website like a pro.
It will help discover what’s missing on your website, what you’ve been doing wrong and how you can do it right to make your website finally work for you.
If you have to take care of your website yourself I’m sure you’ve seen many articles with website review checklists. Maybe you even used one for your own website.
The problem I have with those checklists is that they are overwhelming, with many points and lots of text to scroll through. It’s easy to lose perspective and difficult to filter out new information if some points are already familiar to you.
Many of those checklists are also incomplete, as they focus only on a particular aspect, like SEO, web design or user experience.
But most importantly: Those checklists are just collections of single tips. Yet, single tips won’t work unless they are a part of a bigger strategy.
But generally speaking, a checklist is a great tool for reviewing a website.
I’ve even created one for myself to use when I’m doing website reviews for my clients.
But then I thought, why not share it with everyone?
So after reading over 50 articles to make sure it’s as accurate and as complete as possible, I’ve created this:
A free interactive website review checklist, designed specifically for solopreneurs and small businesses.
It is based on a 4-step strategy of how to get people to buy your product, and it takes into account every aspect of running a successful business website. But because of its special structure, it’s not overwhelming.
After you’ve used it to review your website for the first time and crossed off things that you’ve already done, you’ll be able to see a clear picture of where you are. In particular:
- What’s missing on your website.
- What have you been doing wrong.
- How you can do it better.
Going forward, you can use it as an on-going todo list for your website and as a tool to organize new information you find online.
Click on the button below to get this free website review checklist together with video tutorials that will help you use it more effectively and make your website finally work for you. (End of video transcript)
In this download, you’ll immediately get:
- Website review checklist file.
- Detailed instructions on how to get started.
- Links to 12 free tools that will make your life easier.
- Links to two video tutorials on how to use this checklist effectively.
Download, unzip and start reviewing your website right away.
I won’t blame you if you are not a fan of the “usual” website review checklists you see online.
They are overwhelming, have a narrow focus, and – most importantly – are just collections of single tips.
Single tips won’t work here unless they are a part of a bigger strategy.
On the contrary, this website review checklist:
- Is based on a 4-step strategy of how to get people to buy your product or services.
- Takes into account every aspect of running a successful business website.
- Is not overwhelming because of the way it is structured.
- Is flexible, and you can add points that are specific only to your website
After you’ve used it to review your website for the first time you’ll be able to see what is missing on your website, what you’ve been doing wrong, and how to do it right to make your website finally work for you.
Going forward, you can use this list as an on-going todo list for your website and as a tool to organize new information you find online.
Apart of its usability advantages, this checklist will also automatically teach you the “why” – the reasons behind this or that check point without much text around it.