Ultimate Website Launch Checklist

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Ultimate Website Launch Checklist Overview

You can spend thousands of hours creating the world's best content, but, if when someone tried to visit your web page and it takes forever to load a page then people won't stick around long enough to read it  Research has found that if your web pages take longer than 2-5 seconds then people will leave your site before they even view your content.  If you have a slow website you may as well give up now.  Not only will you rank worse in Google than your competitors.  It is a well-known fact that Google’s search algorithm includes your page load times as one of the many parameters while calculating page rank. Let’s have a look at what Google has to say about site speed and how it might affect your website and the size of your audience.

What you will learn

After completing this guide, you should be able to:

  • Why Checklists Are Important
  • Essential Prelaunch Tools
  • Code Quality
  • Testing
  • Design
  • SEO
  • Infrastructure


Still Need Convincing?

Numerous life critical professions use checklists to reduce the risk of things going wrong.  Doctors doing surgery, pilots landing a plane, nurses looking after patients all have procedures to follow to make sure the task in hand has the highest possible chance of success.  If you want to give your website release the highest possible chance of success then my advice to you would be to do the same.  When you use a checklist you will be more productive in release week and a lot less stressed.  With the help of a checklist, you can be confident you haven’t missed anything important.   

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