SEO Site Audit

The site audit is a background check of your website. Here, data is collected that can be used to read and improve the SEO performance of your pages.

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SEO Site Audit

SEO Site Audit

The site audit is a background check of your website. Here, data is collected that can be used to read and improve the SEO performance of your pages.

Site Audit Service at BlogTec

Identify your Opportunities

With our site audit, you’ll know exactly how to improve your performance on search engines. With our professional tools, our SEO experts identify your SEO opportunities and offer a tailored recommendation.  

A great basis for technical optimization

Once the areas of improvement have been identified, you can start optimizing your site. If your website is based on WordPress we can also offer to do the technical optimization.

 

Site Audit

39
  • Detailed report about the SEO status for your website
  • Identifications of areas to improve
  • Perfect base for an individual SEO strategy
  • Individual recommendation on how to improve

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FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

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Our Customers

FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

TransferWise
Wondershare
Recruitee
Focus
Ring Central
Zizzz
Filmora
Filestage

Our Customers

FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

TransferWise
Wondershare
Recruitee
Focus
Filestage
Ring Central
Zizzz
Filmora

What Exactly Is a Site Audit?

Within a site audit, all pages of a website are examined according to different parameters. This provides you with a lot of data that you can use to analyze the SEO performance of your website. 

A site audit provides information about how well your pages are adapted to the requirements of search engines like Google. 

An important part of the audit is the revision or creation of a sitemap. In this file, all of the pages that should be indexed by Google are listed. Only pages that have a chance of search engine rankings for frequent search queries should be listed.

Why Does a Site Audit Increase Your SEO Performance?

A site audit gives you the data you need to make successful SEO decisions. 

It gives you insight into the structure of your website and the makeup of your content. The data collected provides explanations for past performance and reveals where there is potential for better search engine optimisation.

 

SEO Site Audit: Costs

Traffic Drop
Audit

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  • Find Out Why You're Losing Traffic
  • Made by SEO Experts
  • Suitable for All Website Systems

Full Site
Audit

149
  • Report About Your SEO Status
  • List of Technical Issues
  • Individual Strategy

Traffic Drop
Audit

89
  • Find Out Why You're Losing Traffic
  • Made by SEO Experts
  • Suitable for All Website Systems

Full Site
Audit

149
  • Report About Your SEO Status
  • List of Technical Issues
  • Individual Strategy

SEO Site Audit: Checklist

What data should you focus on for analysis? Here are 5 factors that can be examined and improved on with the help of a site audit. 

1. Is the Sitemap Complete?

Normally, Google indexes all of your pages automatically. However, this can cause errors that you can fix by editing the sitemap on your own.

You can determine which content should be listed by Google and which should not. If search engines have not indexed one of the important pages, you can add it by adding it to the sitemap.

2. Determine Which Content Should Not be Indexed

Not only can you add pages to the sitemap, you can also remove outdated content. This way you can make sure that search engines like Google focus on the central points of your business. The clearer your image is to the outside world, the better the visibility of your content will be on the Internet.

3. Expose Broken Links

Website owners know about the importance of internal and external linking.

You’re not always able to keep track of every link you create. A site audit determines which links are correct and which are incorrect. 

4. Filter Out Images and Graphics Without Alt Text

Google analyses the content of your page by assigning certain keywords to certain topics. 

For search engines to understand your images and graphics, they need an alt-text caption. Many websites neglect this step, although Google itself emphasises that alt-texts are important ranking factors, as they simplify the accessibility of your page. 

5. Heading Structure

When search engines get an idea of your page, the first thing they look at is your headings. Here you should not only place the appropriate keywords but also make sure the structure of the headings meets its requirements.

Each page should have only one H1 heading and then subdivide into H2, H3 and H4 headings in a pyramid fashion. If your page has multiple H1 headings or a cluttered structure, it makes it harder for Google to understand your page’s content and your chance at good search engine rankings will decrease. 

Our site audit will provide you with information about the heading structure of your pages. If errors are detected, they can be easily corrected.