If you have an existing WordPress site, a WordPress audit is a quick way to understand where your website is underperforming and allows you to create a roadmap of improvements.
Think of an audit like an MOT on your car. I have a time-tested checklist of things I run through, testing your website on things like usability, design and performance.
What’s included in the audit?
The audit deliverables are two parts: a spreadsheet of technical problems and faults and a document that will include analysis and recommendations.
The audit includes:
- WordPress health check
- Mobile analysis
- Design & content
- Analytics analysis
- On-site SEO
How does it work?
- We start with an introductory call. We can talk through your website and discuss any questions you have regarding the audit.
- Payment and scheduling. Once you’re happy to proceed and the contract has been signed and the invoice paid, I schedule the audit.
- Follow-up questions. Once scheduled, I’ll send out a list of requirements and questions prior to the audit taking place. I’ll need WordPress logins and any analytics access you can provide.
- Audit takes place. I’ll perform the audit and write up the results.
- Presentation call. Once the audit is complete, I’ll present the findings and talk you through the document. You’ll have chance to ask any questions.
If you have a development team, you can pass the audit findings to them to carry out any suggested changes. Or, if you’d prefer the work to be completed by myself, I offer development sprints that would be perfect for working through a backlog of tasks.
Ready to get started?
If you have further questions or would like to book in an audit, get in touch.