The start of a new year is always a time to reflect on what you've learned over the last 12 months. In the world of website management, the past year was full of developments (pun intended), from updated reporting metrics to new legal regulations, and more.

To recap, we’ve rounded up our top blogs of 2017 so you can revisit your favourites or check out what you might have missed.   

  1. 6 Things Your Visitors Hate About Your Website

You may think your website is the best around, but do your visitors agree? Find out what common complaints users have on websites—and learn what you should consider changing in 2018.

  1. 7 Things You Can Do Right Now for a More Accessible Website

Working toward accessibility compliance is an ongoing process, but getting started is less complicated than you might think! Use these quick tips to take the first few steps and start 2018 off with a more accessible website.

  1. What Does Your Digital Certainty Index™ Score Really Mean?

How do you measure your website’s performance level? It’s now possible to determine how effective your site is with one single number. Even better, you can immediately tell what changes will have the highest impact on that score. Learn more about the DCI Score™ and why it matters.

  1. What GDPR Means for Your Organization’s Website

The General Data Protection Regulation may seem like a far-away law that only affects those in the EU. In reality, if you handle the personal data of any EU citizens, you need to be compliant by May of 2018. Will you and your website be ready?

  1. 2017 is the Year of Accessibility

As regulations and directives set forth in 2016 and ‘17 come into effect worldwide this year, there will be an increasing need for organizations to ramp up their accessibility efforts. 2018 is the year to build out your accessibility strategy, measure your progress, and make sure you’re on track for upcoming deadlines.

For more information on these and other topics, visit our blog home page. And don’t miss our Content Library, where you’ll find web guides, checklists, and plenty more in-depth content to peruse.