Menus – The easiest and quickest way for visitors to navigate around your site.
Widgets – Where certain content is placed that can be repeated over several pages.
Completing tasks using WordPress plugins – Mini bits of software that can be added to your WordPress interface to do things that WordPress alone does not.
Creating forms to take information – Contact forms, event registration, simple payments, subscribing to e-newsletters, etc.
Using information collected through forms – Such as email lists, event registrations, etc.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – How to get your site noticed and increase visits, and be easier to find.
Adding recent blog posts to your page – So site visitors have easier access to your latest blog posts.
Fitting your site to phones, tablets, and different screen sizes – An important thing to double check to ensure all users get a pleasant web experience.
Changing the theme of your website – Your theme is the signature look of your website. It’s important to refresh your look maybe every couple of years or so to renew interest in your web presence.
Adding a discussion forum – A good way for your visitors to engage in active discussion with each other or with you in an open manner.