Six things you should do for your website in 2017.
Pare down large images, graphics, outdated plugins and overweight code. Your customers and Google both appreciate a website that loads quickly. Check your site speed with Pingdom.
Be a better friend.
Make sure your website is socializing well. Make it easy for people to share and comment on your content (whether you’re selling swing sets or mortgage rates).
Be more responsive to others.
Your website should be available and usable whether your customer is on a phone, a tablet or a PC. Check your website responsiveness here.
Think about others.
I know it’s your website, but don’t make all about you. Make sure your content is useful to your customer.
Keep in touch.
Use analytics and track your performance. For expert advice and bulletproof analytics, sign up for Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools. They’re both free!
Get a personal trainer.
If you’re too busy to stay on top of all this, get some help! A freelance website manager can make all this happen and make sure your site is secure and up to date all year long.