How to Determine That You Need a Website Refresh. Checklist

1. High Bounce Rate

2. Increasing the number of technical bugs

3. Low page load speed

4. Google Mobile Friendly Page

5. Old design. Maybe it’s time to create something new

6. Is the website respond to current business tasks

  • Google Analytics recorded high bounce rate comparing with previous analytical period
  • * Google Search Console notified about increasing of technical bugs
  • * Page loading speed doesn’t coincide the users’ expectations
  • * You haven’t mobile friendly web pages
  • * Website doesn’t respond your business current tasks

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