Improve Your Website user experience
Regardless of how fantastic your website looks, if the contents are not easily accessible then all is for nothing. Here are some recommendations to improve the use of your website to make sure it serves its intended purpose.
You should also make it easier for visitors to find whatever information they need from your site. If you have 1000s of blog posts or pages on your site and a visitor wishes to locate just one of them, Listing or indexing your articles and including things like live search features will allow users to browse your site with ease.
Secondly, you have to make sure the typography of your content is actually readable. If you have huge blocks of text, you can adjust the line-heights as much as is necessary using CSS or by manipulating your typography theme settings if at all you’re using something like WordPress.
The bigger your line-spacing of text is, the higher the readability score of each block. Also, make sure the font size of your paragraph is easily readable. Some sites have very tiny font sizes; while small font sizes may look cool and clean sometimes, but they’re also hard to read. You have to strain your eyes a lot more in the process of trying to read the content.
Double-check and examine all internal and external links on your site before it goes online. Certainly, there is nothing much more damaging to your website’s reputation than having broken links on your website.
Make sure that your page load speed is optimized otherwise you’ll lose significant traffic. Most internet users will certainly leave a website if it doesn’t load within 15 seconds, so make sure your website is able to deliver web requests as quickly as possible to avoid the user is drifting somewhere else. You can also find more useful resources about web optimization in our knowledgebase articles.