Be prepared for launch day — learn all the things you should check before making your new Webflow website live!
Optimizing for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is one of the most important factors you should pay attention to when launching a new website.
Everyone hates slow websites — That is why optimizing your website for speed is by far one of the most important points you should be spending time on.
Conversion rate optimization is an extensive and complex task — That being said, there are certain to-dos you want to check to ensure you have the basics covered.
All the key site content is visible above the fold
Your users should be able to understand your product or service just by looking at the content that is above the fold of your homepage.
You have retargeting pixels for Google and Facebook Ads
Retargeting is by far one of the marketing activities with higher ROAS, so enabling retargeting pixels on your website is a core move.
You have page variations for A/B testing main pages
If you want to A/B test any important pages (homepage, pricing, contact, etc), it’s important to have the page variations ready for it.
You want a website that will grow as your business grows, and for that, you need to make sure all best practices for website scalability are implemented.
Website accessibility is core to ensure your website has a positive browsing experience for everyone, and even more important an accessible website shows commitment to inclusivity.
Expand the functionality of your Webflow website through powerful integrations. Make sure all these integrations are set from the start, so you don’t lose valuable data.
Ensure a solid foundation for your Webflow website by checking off the technical and website basics before you launch your site.