Site audit

Site review: 111 yes/no questions and suggestions

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)


Want to review your own website? Then use this handy checklist, created from 30 real site reviews by professional copywriter, Jackie Barrie. It covers the essential principles of web layout, web copy, and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) for the most common web pages.

The site review is the easy way to:

• Create an action plan for updating your website
• Boost your search engine ranking
• Improve your conversion rate

Just tick simple ‘yes/no’ boxes to discover what marketing and psychological tricks your site might be missing. You can then make your own changes to ensure your website performs as well as it possibly can.

The downloadable document also includes a £25 voucher for you to redeem against copywriting services from

Please scroll down for more details and reviews.

This is a digital download for business use. VAT will be added at the checkout, at the current UK rate of 20%.

Product Description

What you get…
111-point checklist including the rationale behind each recommendation PLUS £25 voucher redeemable against copywriting by Please click the thumbnail above to view a sample page

How it works…
Simply check your site against each point by ticking ‘yes’ or ‘no’ – it takes under an hour to build an action plan for site improvements

Who’s it for…
The site review is designed to suit small business websites selling products and services. It’s equally valuable to assess the ‘top level’ pages of e-commerce and listing sites

If you’d prefer a personalised site review, please contact me

2 reviews for Site review: 111 yes/no questions and suggestions

  1. Jane Hatton
    5 out of 5


    I used this tool to have a fresh look at my website. On the surface it is a simple “tick box” exercise – looking at each element of the website in turn, and very easy to use. However, it also gives important advice on each element, going into evidence-based detail on simple tweaks which can make a huge difference.

    I learned a lot from the exercise, which also resulted in an action plan of changes to make. The author clearly knows her stuff, and some of the advice surprised me, but made perfect sense.

    I’d recommend this tool as a good investment for anyone whose business uses a website, whether as a brochure, a shop front or as the business itself. Even small changes can make a huge difference.

  2. Mike Clayton
    5 out of 5


    The DIY Site Review is an excellent tool. I was proud of my site and now I feel like I have an awful lot to do. But that is okay, because for every ‘no’ I scored myself – and I scored myself hard – there is enough explanation for me to understand what I need to do and, more important, why it is important.

    I did a lot of the copywriting and structuring myself, so now, I can add another layer of professionalism. And if you got your site done by an expert; here’s your chance to evaluate their work rigorously.

    This is an excellent product and I recommend it to anyone who depends on your website to either bring you business, or support your brand. Don’t put it off: you could be fixing simple errors very soon…

    … or you could be living with them in blissful ignorance. Your choice!

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