Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be very overwhelming. Especially if you don’t know where to start, or what to look for when something goes wrong.
Relax, we’re here to help you. Lets start with a health check for your website, and then take it from there.
What is an SEO audit?
An SEO audit tells you about any “cracks in the foundation” and gives you detailed instructions for how to fix them. When doing your audit, this is the process we go through:
- Discover a problem
- Understand why it’s a problem
- Explain why it needs to be fixed
- Provide examples of how it can be fixed
- Rinse and repeat until we’re done
Why should you do an SEO audit?
An audit is a great way to figure out what might be stopping you from ranking higher in the search engines. For example:
- You might have implemented some search engine optimization along the way, and want a game plan for more improvements.
- You have experienced a sudden drop in traffic, and you don’t know why.
- You have no idea where to start with SEO, and you need an easy-to-understand analysis of your current status and way forward.
Who is the SEO audit for?
The SEO audit report is easy to understand, even for SEO beginners. You can quickly see what needs to be done, and what to prioritize.
As a bonus, the report is written with 3 different roles in mind:
- your manager
- your developer
- your content administrator
This makes it easy for you to give your team only the relevant tasks (and probably get things done faster).
What does the SEO audit tell you?
The whole report includes:
- An executive summary of findings (quick overview, good for your manager)
- The overall high, medium and low priority areas, plus room for improvements (for everybody involved)
- Top priority for your developer: the 5 most important things to solve
- Top priority for your content creator: the 5 most important things to solve
- Detailed explanation of findings and suggested solutions – different chapters specifically written for your developer and content creator
- A “To Do” list in each chapter – making it easy do directly jump in and start the work
- What your next steps should be. SEO is an ongoing project, and it includes social media, fresh content creation and much more. Based on your current status, we’ll also recommend what you should improve next.
Want to know the specifics?
Your SEO report will cover the following areas:
- Crawl and index – robots.txt, sitemap, crawl errors, broken links and more.
- Speed and performance – page load time, expire headers, http requests and more.
- On-page – URL structure, page titles, alt tags, code to content ratio and more.
- Analytics – Google Analytics review, Google and Bing webmaster tools check.
- Bonus: Social Media – blog and rss feed, social networks and more.
Feedback from clients
Tess is truly excelling in her field. She is dedicated and love what she does. Moreover, her attention to details results to quality job. Great work!Co-ownerProthemer
I’ve used Tess for SEO audits and she has consistently produced results that gave us a good base line to work on improving SEO on our sites.
I’ve been very happy with the final reports and the wealth of information that they provide. They are very thorough and provide a great overall view of the issues that she finds within a site when she reviews it with SEO in mind.Co-founderTimes Two Technology
Tess is an amazing internet marketer, as well as SEO expert. Instead of merrily thinking outside the box, she frequently lives outside of it, providing fresh perspective and clarification to most any situation.OwnerColumbusGeek
Two words: Damn good.John CoonenCMS Association
How to receive your website SEO auditBook your SEO audit
In the message, let us know:
- your website url
- preferred payment method (US$ 249 via Paypal or credit card)
- what your questions and concerns are for your website
An audit takes between 7-14 days to complete. If you are in a rush, please let us know.