What is onsite implementation? SEO is more than just inbound links. A big component of search optimization is making sure that your website is optimized for both users and search algorithms. Often, what’s good for one is good for both, because search engines like Google create algorithms with the end goal of delivering value to the user. For example, why does Google like fast sites? Because users like fast sites. Websites that take three seconds to load instantly lose 40% of their viewers. Onsite implementation is a process of identifying the issues on a website and figuring out a way to solve them.
As part of the onsite implementation process, our web design team will recommend changes that can help make a website more appealing to visitors, and better for SEO. This can include everything from better formatting, to higher-resolution or more relevant images, to improved navigability. Included with onsite implementation are page updates, and further recommendations for conversion optimization (the number of people who come to your site and complete a desirable action, such as making a purchase).
The onsite implementation process at HubShout has three internal quality assurance checks. First, the Project Requirements Questionnaire is finalized. This is submitted to the reseller, and the team receives feedback on whether there would be any potential issues with implementation. Every developer is held accountable for their work, and is expected to review it before submitting for a final quality assurance check. Finally, the project is submitted for a final QA, which is headed by a QA specialist, or the department head. At this point, the project moves forward to user acceptance testing.
By: Mari Rogers