Get your website rankings working again.
We have developed an SEO Audit testing procedure that involves 243 different audit steps designed to optimize a website for natural search engine rankings. Below are some examples of the things we look for in a real-time performance audit.
For organic rankings to climb, you need an optimized website.
Our SEO Audit is divided into different categories of tests. We will also see what your competitors are doing successfully to rank their websites; do research to build a keyword phrase list that you should be inserting into your website content;
The first series of optimization and performance tests is to analyze your website coding and keyword placements.
Another series of tests is to see if your website content is original and includes searched keyword phrases.
We see if your pages are organized for Google’s search algorithms to more easily index and categorize your content.
Links and Redirects
Higher rankings are related to avoiding broken links and having quality links pointing to your site.
Rankings and conversions are directly impacted by slow page loading speeds and non-secure hosting environments.
We will run Google speed tests and other mobile testing environments to ensure your site is mobile-friendly.
There are 3 reasons to do an SEO Audit. If you want to see how your internal SEO team (or external SEO provider) is doing to optimize your site, do an Audit. If your rankings results are far from stellar, do an Audit. The last reason is simply to see if you are missing things that could be implemented.
SEO Audit Steps Overview
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A citation is a listing online that includes your business name, address and phone number – also referred to as an NAP. Your citation listings that appear online need to be accurate – even down to the suite number. A typo on a listing on another website where your phone number or name is incorrect can affect your search rankings and/or even direct traffic to your website.
What is our recommended solution? We will check your NAP details on directories where your citations appear. We will search on Google for the following NAP related items:
Another alternative is to search for citations by looking for citation directories. We review the top directories and niche/local directories to validate your listings. Some of the main directories include Google, Yelp, Yellowpages, CitySearch, Superpages, and DexKnows.
We can also claim listings for your business in case they have not been claimed already. This process will ensure that you are given access to edit and update your listings going forward
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