Discover how to get your website to perform well in Google

SEO Audit Here

Find Website Errors

Success in search depends on Google being able to find, read and evaluate your website and its content. If it is set up incorrectly in any way, it will impact on your ranking and traffic.


No Specialised Knowledge

Unless you have extensive technical website SEO knowledge, it’s very hard to do a true SEO audit.
That why we do it for you!

Find Out What to Do

Our SEO Analysis doesn’t just find the errors, it also tells what needs to be done to fix them. In clear actionable steps.

What Your SEO Audit Report Covers

Your SEO Analysis report looks at more than 70 website parameters, and gives you clear and actionable recommendations on how to improve your online presence and how to rank better.

sample SEO Audit

Analysed parameters include

    We will check the main parameters of your website
    We will check how well your titles and meta descriptions are optimized for a search query
    See how well a URL is optimized for a search query. Don’t miss any SEO fundamentals
    Check whether and how a search engine ‘knows’ about your page’s existence
    Run the audit and see how you can optimize your web page images
    Discover whether your content is SEO-friendly and keyword-optimized
    Analyze all external and internal links on your web page
    Get a clear view on whether your h1-h6 tags are optimized for a search query
    Check how fast a page loads up and discover ways of speeding it up
    Find the most common words and phrases on a page
    Discover how many social signals your landing page has up to date
    Make sure that you use valid markup, the favicon is in its place, the 404 error page is customized and your page is safe and ready to go

Questions You Should Be Asking

(which are answered by this website Audit)

Is my Site Being Indexed?
Your website can only get traffic if your pages are indexed in Google.

A good place to start is with your robots.txt file.

Are search engines able to process the content?

Is your content trapped inside Flash, overly complex JavaScript, or images.

Google’s bots need to be able to crawl your site to determine its content – make sure you aren’t blocking them.

Is my desired ranking keyword(s) in the title?
Your target keyword for the page needs to be in the title. If it is not there Google might not understand fully what your site is all about.
Are there backlinks from other sites that are topically relevant?
Topically relevant backlinks help establish your site as an authoritative source of information in your industry.
Is my site slow to load?
Site speed impacts your conversion rate, and it can also affect how high your site will rank in search engines.
Are any of the links broken?
Links that return a 4xx or 5xx status code are considered to be “broken”. Whilst not always a direct SEO factor they make for poor user experience – which is of prime concern to Google..
Are there internal links? If so, are they placed the right way?
If you have internal links, it is best to make sure they are using exact match anchor text.
Does my page use an H1 tag? And does this tag include a targeted keyword?
The content (text) on your site tell Google what your site is about. The easier it is for them to assess the content the more likely you are to rank. Structed text which uses h1, h2, h3 headers is easier to analyse.
Is my Website Mobile Friendly?
If your site isn’t mobile-friendly, then that is a big problem to Google = big problem for you!.
Is my Content Long Enough?
Usually longer content performs better in Google – find out how long Google thinks your content is. Add more if it is not enough!
Is There Duplicate Content and Titles on my site?
Duplicate content can also be a big problem Especially if it is duplicate page titles and descriptions.