Website SEO Audit
SEO goes beyond technical best practices of course; the first consideration is always the quality of the content you have on the website, and how you manage and optimize that. But technical factors do matter, and improving them can give your pages a boost.
What is a Website SEO Audit?
An SEO audit helps identify problems with your website that are hindering your organic growth with the search engines. Once we know what is wrong with your website we can start to fix the problems and improve your website’s position in the search results.
The world of search engine optimisation is forever evolving and if you want to keep ahead of the competition then your website must do the same. Like many website owners you have probably read a few articles online and tried to improve your website’s SEO with varying levels of success.
Our website audits eliminate the guess work as one of our Google Certified team will diagnose the problems with your website and provide an SEO action plan to resolve the issues and get you back on track!
There are millions of online articles dedicated to search engine optimisation that it can often be a time-consuming task trying to work out what strategies will work for your website.
There is an easier way – simply fill out the form below and get your website booked in for an SEO Health Check!
Why does Google hate your website?
Our Google Certified SEO experts can analyse your website and find out what needs to be fixed for you to get the best results.
Website Audit Process
The process usually takes half a day (depending on website size) to review everything and put our findings into a detailed report outlining the issues.
Below are a things we check when performing a website audit:
- Are there any technical issues with the website that prevent search engines from crawling your website?
- Is there any missing content or broken links in the website?
- Are you duplicating content throughout the website?
- Do you have at least 300 words of unique content on every page of your website?
- Are you using the correct HTML headings within your pages?
- Does your website have an SEO sitemap? Has this been submitted to all major search engines?
- Are you following SEO best practices?