When you’re launching a website, you want to know that it’s going to do what you expect it to do. Maybe you’re selling a product or a service or maybe you’re trying to drum up attention for a nonprofit or a philanthropic cause. Whatever your reasons for creating a website, you want to know you’re succeeding in reaching your goals. Before you go live with your new site, try to get website feedback from people you trust. You can do this informally, by asking friends and colleagues what they think, or you can ask for a professional opinion.
Professionals who understand websites and how they function will be more objective than someone you know. You can likely expect a detailed report about what’s working on your website and what isn’t. This type of feedback can help you get better results once your site goes live.