Does your company's website check all of the boxes?

When it comes to running a business, it’s vital to have a website that meets minimum web design and development standards. If your website fails to meet these standards, you run the risk of losing new customers. Among a sea of competitors boasting highly visible, functional web presences, how does your website fare?

Fill out and submit the quiz below to see how your website stacks up against minimum website standards. We will evaluate your results for FREE and reach out to you if we find something that could be improved upon!

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  • Check the boxes that apply to your current website:

    NOTE:  If you do not hear back from Simplicity within 2 business days, please check your email’s Junk folder!

  • A mobile friendly site is responsive, meaning that as a browser’s window changes dimensions, the website will adjust to fit these dimensions without sacrificing quality or usability.

    Since about 52% of worldwide web traffic is generated through mobile devices, websites that aren’t mobile friendly may drive away customers. Google also penalizes websites that are not mobile friendly by removing these sites from their search results on mobile devices. One way to check if your website is mobile friendly is to run it through Google’s free scanner.

    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the cornerstone of a successful website; having a website is useless if no one can find it. There are many factors that affect your website’s performance on search engines, some of which include content (paragraph and header tags, keyword density, etc.), backlinks, mobile-friendly/responsive layout, website speed and more.

    The best way to make sure your website is optimized to its fullest is to have a professional SEO specialist analyze your site to first find its weaknesses and then make a plan to resolve them. If you want to check your website’s status on your own, try using SEOptimizer’s free (up to 4 scans per day) SEO scanner.

    The speed at which a website loads is very important for SEO and the user experience. Not only will people leave your site if it doesn’t load fast enough, but search engines will also penalize your site by lowering its search result ranking.

    Elements such as large images and videos are the primary culprits when it comes to a slow loading website. If you would like to check your website’s speed, try using Pingdom’s free test.

Why do these standards matter?

The design and visibility of your website greatly impacts your business’s ability to generate customers. Don’t believe us? Check out these statistics…

Customer Acquisition

The average revenue for a small business is $3.6 million, but the average revenue for a small business with a website is $5.03 million​

Average revenue for a small business

$3.6 Million

Average revenue for a small business with a website

$5.03 Million

Website Design

85% of consumers will abandon a site due to poor design

Website Design

38% of consumers will stop engaging with content that is unattractive in imagery or layout

Website Speed

39% of consumers will stop engaging with content if the images won’t load

Website Speed
47% of consumers expect a page to load in 2 seconds or less
Mobile Friendly

52.2% of all website traffic worldwide was generated through mobile phones in 2018, up from 50.3% in 2017, and 0.7% in 2009

Mobile Website Traffic | 2009


Mobile Website Traffic | 2018


Mobile Friendly | SEO

In 2017, Google accounted for over 79% of all global desktop search traffic, followed by Bing at 7.27%, Baidu at 6.55% and Yahoo at 5.06%.

As of 2016, Google’s search results penalize websites that are not optimized for mobile devices.

Desktop Search Traffic | Google


Desktop Search Traffic | Bing


Desktop Search Traffic | Baidu


Desktop Search Traffic | Yahoo


Data collected from Vendasta, Impact, and Sweor.