Websites are never “done”.
As soon as you launch the first version of your website and get it in front of a user, they will inevitably find something that needs to be fixed or adjusted.
Or you’ll start noticing that you’re getting visitors, but no one is joining your mailing list or buying your product.
Instead of thinking of your website as a static business card that you can set and forget, it’s better to view it as an employee that learns and adapts to the needs of your audience.
Don’t spend months trying to make the perfect website.
Launch something that works and then tweak from there.
The faster you can you get feedback from actual users, the faster your website can evolve into a useful tool for you and your visitors.