All new websites have some things in common. They all require a constant stream of content and never-ending promotion. But wait, there’s more! There’re also at least 8 things you should do before you can consider your site 100% launched. Check out my guest post at Six Revisions to find out what I’m talking about.
You know what? I have two bonus tips for you right here.
1. Track your conversions with Google Conversion Tracking
This is something you need to do if you’re planning to promote your website via AdWords. Tracking conversions really is a must if you want to get a positive ROI from AdWords.
You can set up conversion tracking in your AdWords interface. There’s a more in-depth explanation at the official AdWords help center.
By tracking your conversions you will obtain information about which ads, keywords, and campaigns are profitable and which ones are not. In other words – you will find out what needs to be changed to make a bigger profit.
2. Check the loading time
Common opinion proclaims that the maximum time most users are ready to wait for a website to load is 5 seconds. Yikes!
In this post I’m not going to tell you how to make your website load faster but I will tell you where to go to monitor the loading time.
InternetSupervision.com – that’s the place. After inputting your website’s address InternetSupervision will perform a range of tests and get back to you with the loading times of your website from various places on earth. That’s cool.
What do you think? Is there anything you’d like to add?