Advice and consultancy

Advice and consultancy Hoogma Webdesign Beerta

We are regularly asked by new customers whether we would like to take a look at their current website built elsewhere. The reasons for this are diverse, but usually indicate dissatisfaction or poor communication between the current web designer and the customer, or the site's poor ranking in Google.

Analysis of your existing website

We offer you a "second opinion": a fresh look at your website. We check completely objectively and pay attention to a number of points. After viewing the website, we will issue our report on this to you.

How does your website score?

A number of issues immediately come to light such as: Accessibility and optimization for the search engines, technical completeness (correct use of the HTML code), checking for technical errors, browser compatibility (is the site visible for every visitor?), ease of use (is the site suitable for mobile use?) and the findability of your website in Google.

If you would like advice on how your current website stands on these points, and what could be improved, or if you have any suggestions that you would like to see on your website, please feel free to contact us. In most cases, our many years of experience provides an immediate answer to your issues.

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