Website SEO Audit
Website SEO Audit – An website SEO audit can come in varying levels of detail and complexity. A simple website audit can be as short as a few pages long, and would address glaring on-page issues such as missing titles, and lack of content.
On the other end of the spectrum, a comprehensive website SEO audit will be comprised of dozens of pages (for most larger sites it will be over one hundred pages) and address even the tiniest of website elements which may potentially be detrimental to the ranking-ability of a website.
At the most basic level, an SEO audit should address the basics covered in our Basic on-page SEO Tutorial. With a basic audit, a website owner should expect to receive a well thought out guide for not only fixing elements of the website which are not search engine friendly, but also guidance for going beyond addressing issues, and making marked improvements in areas of content, link development, and overall organic search strategy.
It is important to realize that even though having a search engine friendly website is the first crucial step towards attaining improved rankings, there is no guarantee that the implementation of recommendations from an website SEO audit will catapult a website’s rankings to the top of search engine result pages (SERPs).
Search engine optimization results take time, and require diligent maintenance in order to produce reliable, and stable rankings.
Google recently released the video above. It’s a useful guide and goes into some detail about why an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) needs to perform an SEO Audit in 2017. For those who require it is a useful introduction to the content on this page and the technical website review service I provide.
What is a SEO Audit, and How Can It Help Your Business?
A technical website SEO Audit should clearly highlight the changes that need to be made to your website to meet Google’s demands for a “high-quality” website. We provide that type of analysis, and you can buy a buy a technical and search audit report online today.
Meeting these demands is the first step in successfully driving more traffic and sales via your website from Google organic search results in 2017.
If you fail to meet Google’s requirements your company website may not gain long-term traction in Google search engine results pages.