The world seems to be going utterly mad at the moment. It can’t have escaped anyone’s notice that countries are locking down due to Covid19, and our own UK government is now advising us all to work from home if we possibly can. There are threats of being forced into total lockdown if we don’t comply and try to ‘self-isolate’ as much as possible.
With fibre broadband, many of us can work from the comfort and security of our own homes, even if that has to be from the kitchen or dining table for some people! I myself am writing this from my dining table, which is my temporary office.
What I’d like to point out, amongst all of the doom and gloom, is that there will be life after the virus. We WILL get through the period(s) of isolation, and we will need to continue with our work and businesses. Our businesses – especially in the case of micro-businesses like mine – are our livelihoods. That means continuing with projects now, ready to carry on just as soon as we can.
We’ll all probably experience a period of slow business, which makes it doubly important to be ready as soon as it’s all over!
That being the case, there is an opportunity now. While we’re all self-isolating at home, we should take the opportunity to prepare our businesses for the period following the pandemic.
Often, business owners are so busy working in their businesses, that they don’t have time to work on their own businesses. This is a common problem.
We can use this time now to prepare our businesses for the period that will follow the pandemic.
Those who are properly prepared will be more likely to succeed.
What can we do to help you?
Most of the businesses we deal with are B2B or B2C businesses. Our websites are our virtual ‘shop windows’. This remains the case no matter where we are, or what time it is, or what state the world is in.
We need to keep them fresh, attractive and up-to-date if we are to generate business through our web presences.
Free website reviews
We’re offering free website analyses and reviews for anyone who wants one.
We have a suite of tools geared towards doing this. Our tools include:
- Moz.com SEO analysis
- Nibblr website analysis
We’ll analyse your website, and provide a detailed report on its health, including:
- Current Search Engine ranking and SEO opportunities
- Mobile usability: how easy is it to use on smartphones and tablets?
- Content structure: is your site easy to use and understand?
- Server issues: is your site vulnerable to attack?
Free security scans
If you have a WordPress-based website, we can provide a free website security scan. We use the same tools as professional hackers to discover potential vulnerabilities in your site.
What you’ll get:
- A detailed scan of your website, using our professional tools
- A report on strengths and weaknesses
- A list of actions to be taken
The report will be provided with no-obligation, and completely free-of-charge.
All we need from you is your website URL to get started.
The reports are free-of-charge during the Coronavirus pandemic (normally charged at £40 and £80 each, respectively).
The reports are provided on a no-obligation basis. You may choose to ask your existing web designer to deal with any issues, or we will be glad to deal with the issues for you.