Once you have completed the on-page search engine optimization for your website, it’s important to look deeper to see what is being revealed to search engines. Your off-page SEO, or technical SEO, plays a big role in how your website is being ranked. The SEO experts at DigiScream Consulting can provide you with an in-depth audit that will tell us why your website is or isn’t performing well. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring this factor because it could put you at a lower ranking, costing you traffic and potential business.
Crawl and index – robots.txt, sitemap, crawl errors, broken links and more.
Speed and performance – page load time, expire headers, http requests and more.
On-page – URL structure, page titles, alt tags, code to content ratio and more.
Analytics – Google Analytics review, Google and Bing webmaster tools check.
What Does an SEO Technical Site Audit Consist of?There are seven areas that search engines evaluate to determine the ranking a website should receive. Taking a look at these areas will tell our experts exactly what search engines are seeing and what needs to be done to improve your current ranking. Here is what we look at:
Not only can our technical SEO experts audit your website, but we can also help you develop a plan to fix all of the issues we find that are holding your site back from a high ranking. Give us a call today to have a technical SEO audit done for your website.
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There are several triggers that search engines use to evaluate and determine the ranking of a website Taking a look at these factors will tell our experts exactly what search engines are seeing and what needs to be done to improve your current rankings in the SERP's.
Link building is a fundamental part of search engine optimization. Having inbound links to your website tells search engines that your content is relevant and liked, much like an endorsements. Understanding what type quality the links are can help your rankings.
The content of your website should be engaging enough to get visitors interested enough to stick around and take a look at the rest of your site. Your main content pages should written in a way that will engage first-time visitors to convert or share.