Tips to Improve Your Website in 2021

Optimisation

1. Mobile Responsive (aka Mobile-Friendly)

2. Optimise Site Images

3. Find and Fix 404 Errors

Improve your website in 2021 by optimising
Check your site analytics — if most of your traffic comes from mobile devices, it’s high time you implement all the optimisation tips discussed in this article.

4. Fix Tech Issues

  1. No HTTPS security;
  2. Site isn’t indexed correctly;
  3. Missing XML sitemaps;
  4. Missing or incorrect robots.txt;
  5. Missing or non-optimised meta descriptions;
  6. Slow load times.

Content

1. Targeting

2. Implement Calls-to-Action (CTAs)

3. Add Social Proof

Improve Your Website in 2021 by Adding Social Proof
Word of mouth is the most powerful marketing tactic there is. Enhance your website by making space for positive reviews that can encourage site visitors to convert.

4. Implement Social Sharing

5. Add Video Content

Design

1. Develop a Brand Identity

2. Web Design

3. Add Imagery

SEO

1. Find Your Keywords

2. Publish Content

3. Link Building (aka Backlinks)

Tools

1. Implement an Automation

2. Add a Chatbot

3. Setup Analytics

Act Now and have a Prosperous 2021

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