Your work doesn’t end with the launch of your website.
Not only will you discover bugs, you (and your site visitors) will find all sorts of things you didn’t notice during development.
You’ll have some bugs. No matter how often you review and test or how meticulous you are, you are sure to find a few bugs that need to be fixed in the first weeks after launch.
Your users will have opinions. Unfortunately, your website will be scrutinized. Users won’t like the the new colors or fonts, will find the navigation difficult or dislike any change to functionality. And, it’s possible their points are valid. (But, it’s possible they’re not.)
You’ll also want to monitor your SEO, rankings and errors and continue to edit, tweak and improve.
Learn more about what can happen after your site launches in Quantum Dynamix’s post “7 Common Events that Occur after a New Website Launch [& How to Prepare for Them].”