The eyes may be the window to the soul, but it’s the website that is the window into the small business.

It’s the first point of contact for many of your potential leads and customers, and a place where you simply can’t afford to leave a bad impression. As a content writer for a number of small business blogs, I have to say that I’ve seen some seriously bad website mistakes.

Many business owners make not just one, but many of the mistakes laid out below.  If you’re a small business owner, and especially if you have a website you built yourself, I highly recommend checking to see if you’re limiting your growth potential with these website mistakes.

For example:

– Does your website have a call to action? This could be a lead box, an e-commerce purchase, or even just a request to get in touch.
– How’s your site’s SEO? Do you have keywords, meta descriptions, and page titles?
– Is it easy for visitors of your site to engage with your business on social media?
– Are you protected from cyber attacks?

These common mistakes, and many others, are covered in the infographic below.

The good news is, if you’re making these website mistakes, fixing them could be the boost you need to take your business to the next level!

So here’s the handy infographic from MyCase! It’ll show you some of the most common mistakes that small business owners make on their websites every day.

Are you making these mistakes?

Are you making any of these website mistakes? Which ones? Any suggestions you can think of for other business owners who want to improve their sites?

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