SEO Audits and Reports
Unfortunately, not all websites are created to be Search Engine-friendly. An SEO Audit identifies the opportunities that may be possible within your website’s overall Search Engine profile. We offer full SEO reports identifying any issues or problems your website may have and advise on how to improve them.
Website Design Aust offers several options for you to consider for SEO. We work with your requirements and tailor packages to suit you.
An SEO Audit sets a starting point from which to plan your SEO strategies. Unlike many “free SEO Audit” offers, these are not off-the-shelf, machine-generated reports. Each report is undertaken by myself personally, and is tailored to the unique circumstances surrounding your Website.
SEO Audit - What is it
Because Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices, guidelines and algorithims are constantly changing, website owners should perform regular SEO Audits to determine whether or not adjustments need to be made. If a business website isn't properly optimized for search engines, it's most likely missing out on a huge amount of visitors from search engines. These are all potential customers.
SEO Audit Includes
- Errors – Any errors or issues, such as 404 pages
- Redirects – any permanent or temporary redirects
- External links – all of the sites you link to
- URL issues – dynamic URLs, uppercase characters, URLs that are too long, and underscores
- Duplicate pages – anything with duplicate content including your URL (www. Vs non www.)
- Page titles – any missing, duplicate, long or even short page titles
- Meta descriptions – similar to page title, any missing, duplicate, long or short
- Headings – If you have them, how many and the types of headings used (h1, h2, h3) as well as keyword focus, duplicates, and any that are missing
- Robots.txt – what you are allowing to be indexed or not indexed as well as if you have one and use it
- Site Maps - Check XML sitemap and if it has been submitted to search engines
- Canonical – Check for www. Vs non www. in case you are pointing search engines to a different URL
- File size – File size effects load times
- Page depth level – Menu structure and page structure, how deep search engines have to crawl to find all of your content
- Internal links – What pages you are linking to within your own website
- Anchor text – The link text you are using
- Follow & nofollow – If your links are being followed or not
- Images – The size of your images, missing alt text and the alt text length.
- Written report on all the above with suggestions for improvement
- Excel Spreadsheets to help you identify what is in the reports
- Money back if you proceed with our SEO Services