Our process always begins with a technical and/or a content audit.
An audit is the first step you need to take to identify your pain points and then use the report to build a roadmap to success. An Audit also allows you to check the work standards of your web developer or your tech guy.
Before we start fixing anything we need to analyze the whole site, identify what is in missing, what is included and what can be done better. This is called SEO Audit, the report generate from Audit works as a roadmap for progress, it identifies all your pain points that need attention.
We break this analysis in two parts
Technical and Content Aduit.
Technical Audit: Technical Audits means we check all the technical aspect of the website that can impact the performance and user experience.
Content Audit: Content Audits mean we check all your content and see if there is any duplicate content or plagiarised content in your website. This is crucial as it can result into Google penalty. We also check the user-friendly and quality of the content and identify we need to change anything.
There are many factors checked in SEO Audit, some of them are as below.
Summary of the Report
Violation on your site
Number of links
Pages with most violation
Content Types Summary
Status Code Summary
Content Not Found
Pages with Broken Links
Pages with most links
Most linked pages
Links blocked by robots.txt
Site Analysis Report allows administrators to improve their Web site’s relevance in search results by recommending how to make the site more search engine-friendly.