Here are some of the problems that we frequently encounter with existing websites:
Poor Quality Design
This issue is very prevalent among bad web designs. A good web designer will take some transparency when applying certain graphics or other features to a website.
E-mail Address Exposed.
You can find instances of exposed email addresses by first doing a site search. Search for a specific email addresses, or for the link prefix, “mailto:”
Fails W3C Markup Validation.
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) allows internet users to check HTML and XHTML documents for well-formatted markup. Markup validation is an important step towards ensuring the technical quality of web pages.
Broken links restrict the flow of link equity throughout your site, which impacts rankings negatively.
No Mobile Version.
The general consensus around the web is that having a mobile optimized website means you have a mobile version of your website. … Basically, it’s an alternate version of a website that is optimized for use on smartphones or similar mobile devices. Today’s mobile devices are mostly touch-based.
Slow Web Servers.
your website could take four seconds to load, but still rank highly if its content is outstanding and its TTFB is speedy enough. After all, you don’t want users to find your site only to be scared away when they realize how sluggish it is.