So, you've been given the chance of a free website audit. Maybe it's from one of the automated website audit websites. Or perhaps you've been told you need to do a website audit. Well, let me answer two questions for you:
A website audit is an analysis of your website. It looks at each part of your website from the content you've included, the way your site is structured, links, site speed and page errors. The aim is to anaylise all the parts of your site which affect your ranking in search engines like Google. There are quite a few different types of audits, covering areas such as contenet audits, local SEO audits, SEO technical audits and competitive audits. I would expect a general website audit to provide you with information about your:
There are two main reasons why you would have an audit done for your website. They are:
Once you know what you're working with, you're no longer fumbling in the dark. You can create an action plan to ensure your website is successful. Then you have something to measure those results against, which is so important. After all, you want to know how your hard work is paying off, don't you?!
I think it's a good idea. But I also wouldn't stress too much if it comes back and shows lots of things to fix. It does give you a place to start improving your website from and if you use a free tool, you can use that same tool to check your progress. Most of the free website SEO audit tools ask for your email address and that you sign up for a trial account. Here are some of the ones I have tried before:
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Posted: Monday 20 August 2018