A Website assessment examines the performance of your website. It identifies any key technical issues that need to be addressed to make sure your site is able to load fully functional webpages in a web browser. 

Why is this important? Poorly performing sites that render slowly in a browser can drive users away. Conversely, sites that load quickly will typically receive more traffic and have better conversion rates.

Believe it, or not, many Website owners do not know how their website is performing, or how it stacks up against the competition. There have been many technology advances over the last few years and customers’ expectations have dramatically changed, demanding more from your Website. Does your site live up to its expectations?

Using our knowledge and experience, we are able to examine how your website is performing and provide you with a report card. Our report card will show you the areas where you are doing well and the areas that need improving. Being able to measure yourself against your competitors and other benchmarks is of great value and tells you where that need to improve to reach best practice.

Hosting Server

Insufficient server resources: If your website is hosted on a server that lacks adequate resources like CPU power, RAM, or disk space, it can result in slow loading times. The server may struggle to handle incoming requests and deliver content to users efficiently, leading to performance issues.

Website Design

You may have a good-looking website, but how does it perform?. Some examples of what makes a bad website design include:

Poor layout with heavy use of graphic assets, too many plugins, poor quality plugins and or themes, poor performing code, a non-responsive website that’s not mobile-friendly, poorly implemented SEO

Plugins and Software

Inefficient code and poor optimisation: The way a website's code is written and optimised can impact its performance. Poorly written or inefficient code, excessive database queries, lack of caching mechanisms, or not leveraging browser caching can contribute to slow load times. Optimising code and implementing performance best practices can help improve website speed.

Website Content

Large file sizes and excessive HTTP requests: Websites with heavy or numerous files, such as high-resolution images, videos, or large JavaScript or CSS files, can take longer to load. Each file requires an HTTP request, and if there are too many requests or the files are too large, it can significantly slow down the website.

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