When you have a website, you have a big responsibility of constantly maintaining and updating it. To fully get the most out of your website, you can’t just forget you have it once it’s up and running as problems and errors may occur. Check out the most common website problems that most website owners encounter.
- Broken links. Having non-functioning links can cause two main problems: you run the risk of being penalized by Google for not keeping your site content current and users will be frustrated and will correctly assume that you do not perform regular maintenance tasks on your website.
- Non-specific Page Titles. The title is the most important HTML tag you can use to describe your page to Google and other search engines. Many sites use the same title for every page of the site and hence, they lose out on lots of traffic because of it.
- Absence of a mobile version. If your website does not have a specialized mobile version today, you are shutting out a lot of potential users. Since Google is giving preference to mobile friendly sites, it is now more important to develop a mobile version of your site which offers the full functionality of the large screen version.
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