a reply to: alishainwonderland
I like the responsiveness of your design it scales down nicely for smaller screens. I actually prefer the smaller version.
As already mentioned. You need better meta information. Your meta description is the same for each page. You don't have a meta title at all. Your
actual < title > tag is the same also on each page. Try and use informative/relevant titles and descriptions. Containing the keywords that the page is
Do a little research into the keywords you want to use. You're a small business so perhaps focus on your services/products and your location. Put
these into your title and meta info and perhaps add a strapline across the top.
Your site doesn't use headings which I think are important for both SEO and user friendliness. (H1, H2, H3, H4, H5). They separate your content. Add
some internal linking throughout your site. Try and have your content link through to your other pages. Especially your contact page. Good call to
actions are important.
Place more information in your footer. Address, telephone number, email address and perhaps a repeat of the website links.
Use rich snippets around things like products, services, addresses and other contact info (schema.org)
Some of your images are missing ALT tags. The alt tags you do have are meaningless. Make them relevant or descriptive of the image. They are
important. Your images may not appear for some people and those tags will describe what the image is. But also Google can not tell what an image is
and reads the alt tags instead. A nice alt tag will tell google you are not putting pictures of dogs on a cat enthusiasts website.
Elaborate on some of the services you provide. Perhaps create some new pages focusing on specific areas or services of your business. Place links in
the footer and sitemaps.
Make sure you have a HTML and XML sitemap. Upload both to the main search engines.
This sort of thing " Please like and follow us on whatever social site you use! Use the links in the corner above to find us online." doesnt really
need to be there.
Try redesigning your content layout to reduce the amount of white space a little and reduce the amount of scrolling needed to get to the bottom of the
Finally I would re-word your main navigation to be more descriptive. (eg: "Customizing and design" could be "Vehicle customization")
Does Squarespace allow you access to the code? or do they only offer a front end design feature? Google analytics will help you out more than
Squarespace's analytics. I now realise after writing this that without access to the code you wont be able to do all of the things I mentioned.
I always recommend after purchasing some web space and a domain, hire a professional developer to create absolutely anything you want from scratch. It
will give you complete 100% freedom for your site to look however and do whatever you like. Have a site designed for you, upload the files to your web
space and away you go.
Though developers aren't cheap. I know, i am one
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