If your Drupal site is quite large and has a lot of media, you may notice that it is not performing as well as it should. This could include a site that tends to run slow or features on your site that do not seem to respond or perform as quickly as you would like.

Even if you have not noticed performance issues, it is important to have a Drupal Performance Audit conducted from time to time to understand how well your site is handling traffic and to ensure it is providing your users with a good experience without being too slow. This could also affect your SEO negatively as slow sites are often penalized by search engines.

This type of audit includes a comprehensive review of all of the various layers of your website to identify potential problems. With a full review, no area of your website is left unassessed. As a result, you can be confident that your site has been thoroughly analyzed for any potential issues.

Once your Drupal Performance Audit is completed, you will receive a detailed report that will list any specific issues observed on your site and offer recommendations for fixes. In the exceptional event that the audit determines that everything with your site is fine, you will have peace of mind in knowing that your site has been analyzed that everything is performing optimally.

Regular monitoring and maintenance is a requirement for modern websites, and conducting a Drupal Performance Audit proactively will help you identify potential risks early and avoid performance hits. It will also help you provide the best user experience for your visitors.

For more information on Drupal Performance Audits, contact us for a free consultation 612-276-5880 or leave details on our contact page.

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