Spring Cleaning: Audit Your Website, Part II

Schedule time every two months to audit your website and remove out-of-date information.

Items to check:website-design-300x272

1. Does the home page contain fresh content?

2. Are employee bios updated and are all the people listed on your website still with your company?

3. Is the newest news item less than one month old?


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