101+ WordPress Checklist for Killer Website Building [Infographic]

Killer WordPress Checklist

101+ WordPress Checklist for Killer Website Building [Infographic]

WordPress has paved an easy path to website design. It’s allowed individuals as well as businesses large and small to build a website for their business, blog, or anything else in their life they’d like to show off to the world.

However, building a website is no small task and shouldn’t be taken lightly. 

Your website is considered the “hub” of your business and the place that customers and potential customers will continue to visit to learn about your business, products, latest offers, etc.

Even though WordPress makes building a website easier, there are still are a lot of steps that designers and developers need to take to build a successful website that will drive traffic and result in conversions, leads, and sign-ups.

Capsicum Mediaworks LLP, a digital marketing agency, found themselves constantly searching the internet for WordPress checklists so they could ensure they were taking all the right steps when building their websites.

Time and time again they’d come up empty handed, so they took it upon themselves to create this killer checklist for designers and developers to make building that WordPress website just a little more convenient.

The checklist covers six stages of WordPress website development:

  1. Pre Development
  2. Development
  3. Launch
  4. SEO
  5. Security
  6. Maintenance

With more than 101 items to check off, we’re pretty sure this is the last WordPress guide you’ll ever need!

wordpress checklist infographic

 

 

Dana Kilroy
dana@shortstacklab.com

Dana Sullivan Kilroy is ShortStack's Director of Communications and Social Media Marketing. Before joining the ShortStack team she was a writer whose work appeared in publications and sites including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc. and many other lifestyle publications. Reach her on Twitter @dsullyk. Read more articles by Dana Kilroy.



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