(N = needs improvement, G = good to go)
N G Visit each page of your website. Are they loading correctly?
N G Is all contact information on the site current? Check your company name, address, phone number and email address. Look anywhere this information may be located, header, footer, contact page and any other place this information might be found.
N G Find each form on your website, complete it and submit. Do you get the appropriate message after hitting submit? Is the form information sent to the correct contact? Is the information sent over everything you need to move forward?
N G Visit a website like PageSpeed Insights and enter the url of your website to check the loading speed for mobile and desktop. How did you do? Are you in the Green? Close to it?
N G Take a look at your website graphics and photos. Are these up to date and current? Are there any that need to be removed or updated.
N G Look through your website content. Are your services and/or products up to date? If you have employees on your site, are there any that need to be added or removed? Is the company history current and up to date?
N G Is your copyright date current? Are there other date references on the website that need to be updated?
N G How long ago was your website created? Does it look ok on your phone or tablet? It may be time for an update in look and feel. Much has changed on the internet in the last couple of years. Searches are done differently and how we find and gather information has changed. Is your website serving your clients well, or is there room for improvement.
N G Bonus - Is there any information that visitors need to know, in our current world situation, when they visit your website? Are you open? Do you have special hours? What can you do for them now? If they contact you when can they expect to hear back? You get the idea. Put yourself in their shoes. What would you want to know if you visited a company’s website for the first time during this time.