My favorite responsive design checking tools

Responsive web design. RWD. You know, when your site looks great on your desktop, tablet AND mobile device. It’s important, for sure. Your viewers are using a variety of devices to view your site (check out your sessions by device in Google Analytics). And Google’s algorithm gives priority to websites that display well on smartphones and other mobile devices. So how do you know what your site actually looks like on all those devices?

16 questions for a better website time and cost estimate

In case you hadn’t heard, one of the services I offer is website creation. Don’t want to do it yourself? No worries. (Likewise, I don’t want to do my own taxes or fix my own car.) I have a list of what I offer (including extras), what I need from you and the master plan, but in order to give an accurate estimate on cost and time, I need more information. Here are some questions I typically ask — from the high-level to the specific.

Changing page titles + permalinks? You need redirects!

Any time you change a permalink on a page or post, you should make sure users can still get to the page with the old link. Luckily there are a bunch of great redirection plugins that can do this for you. Read more about why and how to use them.

Give your website some TLC

A proper, finely-tuned website can be a valuable business tool. In order to get the most out of it, revisit your site regularly. (Yes, YOU. Go look at your site right after you read this!)

What will your new website do for you?

So you’re ready to take the leap with a new website for your small business — congratulations! It’s an exciting step — getting the word out about everything you offer, showcasing your skills or products and connecting with your customers and the world. But before you start coding or choosing color schemes, ask yourself a few questions.

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