Chances are the longer a person looks at your website the more likely that person is to become a customer. What do you do if you have a low time on the site? Why should you track this number?
Web Tip: Pages/Visit
Do you know how many pages a visitor looks at, on average, on your website? Knowing the number of pages a visitor looks at on your website helps you understand, and improve, the quality of visitors looking at your website.
Web Tip: Bounce Rate
Knowing your websites bounce rate can help you improve the quality of your website.
Deciding Where To Spend Your Advertising Money Online
One of the most common questions we are asked by clients at QW Consulting is “where is the best place to spend my money online”? This proves to be a hard question to answer unless you know the right data points to look at to reach a conclusion.
404? 403? 500? 301?
Learn more about the numbers to know when browsing the web. Every visit to a website results in a status code and those status codes can help you understand more about what is happening on your website (the good…and the bad).
Contact Forms: Verify the Data
Almost every website has a contact form. When the form is submitted though, you want to make sure the contact form results are processed securely. If you don’t, you could be exposing yourself to many security problems.
XML sitemaps share information about your website with search engines and, as a result, can help improve your rankings in search engines.