Web Errors

Check Your Website!! Is It Current?

When was the last time you checked your own business website?

If you haven’t checked it for a while, you’re not alone! Most businesses don’t really have reason to regularly check their own website, being too busy dealing with new enquiries, quotes, orders and general business management.

An Up-To-Date Website is Vital for your Business!

Your website has to be up to date to be of any use to you. Wrong information on there could be costing you new enquiries or orders.

CGain Customers benefit from FREE Updates!

If you are fortunate enough to be a CGain client, your annual hosting plan includes minor updates to your website. So, feel free to let us know what needs changing on a regular basis!

Take the time now to check it!

Open your website on the biggest screen you have available and carefully check each page.

The First Things You Should Check…

  1. Contact Details – Check telephone number, address and email. This sounds obvious, but you would be surprised how often a change to any gets forgotten about on your site.
  2. Opening Hours – Do you have these on your website? If not, you should – and they should be up to date.
  3. Contact Forms – If you have a contact form on your website, check it now to make sure it works.

Content Checks

Check each page to make sure that the content is current and correct. You may still be advertising products or services that you no longer do? You may have new products and services that are not on your website yet.

Spelling & Grammar

If your website has been created by us, there is every chance that you will not find any errors! If you do find any, get them changed or ask us to fix things.

Device Compatibility

Check your website on various devices such as laptops, tablets and mobiles. Does everything look ok and work as you expect?

Google PageSpeed Test

Google provide a free test for us developers which checks the speed of any website, called PageSpeed Insights – check your speed here. You will normally need us to fix any issues this brings up, so get in touch. We have an older article about it here.