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Inside Your SEO Report
Your SEO score provides immediate insight into the health of your website's SEO. Scores run from 0-100: 100-70 represents a great score, 69-41 an okay score, and 0-40 a poor score.
Site Speed Analysis
A fast website is a must for a first-page ranking. Does your website make the cut? Get the answer, plus advice for how to make your site that much faster with a free SEO analysis.
URL Optimization Check
A URL influences how search engines and users look at your website. Our SEO checker assesses the format, length, and optimization of your URL for you.
Meta Tag Assessment
Your meta tags can make-or-break a page's performance. Learn if a page's meta tags miss the mark and how to make them hit the bullseye with our SEO audit tool.
Content is king in SEO, making user- and search engine-friendly content vital. Get actionable insight into the length, format, and optimization of your content via your SEO score.
Unoptimized images provide competitors the chance to push past. Use our free SEO audit tool, and see whether your images need alt tags, SEO-friendly filenames, compression, and more.
The backend of your site matters as much as the frontend. Is yours optimized for SEO? Find out with our free SEO report, which analyzes the technologies powering your site.
In-Page Link Audit
Internal linking helps users and crawlers explore your site. Learn how well your website links internally (and externally) with the in-page link audit included with your free SEO audit.
Site Security Score
Having a safe and secure site is essential to ranking higher in search results, as well as earning more leads and sales online. That's why our SEO analyzer checks your site's security.
More than 50% of the world's Internet traffic comes from mobile devices. Does your site deliver? Find out, as our tool checks and tests your mobile friendliness.
Crawl & Indexation Analysis
Search engines must crawl and index your website for it to appear in search results. As a part of your SEO analysis, our SEO checker looks at your robots.txt file, XML sitemap, and more.
Get started with our free SEO analysis tool by entering your website URL (or the page URL you want to audit). Then, enter your name and email address so you can receive a copy of your SEO report, which you can then save, share, and view whenever!
The speed of your website not only matters to search engines but also to users. In fact, more than 80 percent of users expect a website to load in two seconds or less — if the website takes longer, they’ll likely leave, which increases your bounce rate.
Next, our SEO analyzer tool checks your URL. In this step, our tool looks at the following factors:
In the online world, content is critical. You need to provide your viewers with original content that offers value, or your pages will struggle to rank. Even worse, users won’t stay on your page or convert, which defeats your overall goal.
It’s essential to include images in your copy. By including images, whether pictures or graphics, you’re providing readers with a visual that helps them digest your content. If you’re explaining a complex process, for example, a graphic is invaluable.
Another factor our SEO checker assesses is your page links. In search engine optimization, link building plays a critical role. While your content likely includes links to content on your website, you also want your content to earn links from external websites.
That’s a challenge for many businesses, as you need to create content that’s unique and compelling — content that journalists, users, and publishers can’t help but share. Even if you do publish a piece of exceptional content, you often need to connect with publishers to highlight your one-of-a-kind content.
While our SEO analyzer doesn’t provide tips for how to conduct outreach, it does generate a backlink score, based on the number of links you’ve earned, as well as the number of links you’ve earned from unique domains.
For example, if Martha Stewart links to your guide on holiday decorating twice, that only counts as one unique domain. While those shout-outs are wonderful, you want to have a diverse set of links. That diversity indicates that a variety of websites trust yours.
With more than 50 percent of all Internet traffic coming from mobile devices, it’s critical that you have a mobile-friendly website. The fact that Google’s adopted a mobile-first index makes it even more of a priority to support a mobile website.
That’s why our SEO checker does a thorough mobile analysis. It’ll look for the following features:
- Mobile sitemap
- Viewport meta tag
- Tap targets
Like our tool’s coding assessment, you’ll want to forward this part of the report to your development team. They can often make the necessary changes. If you’re without a mobile-friendly website, however, aim to launch a responsive or dynamic website.
With our SEO checker, you can test one page at a time. If you’re reviewing multiple pages, we recommend creating an Excel or Google Sheet document. Here, you can build a plan for revising your SEO strategy by noting the recommended changes.
It depends, as search engines use a variety of ranking factors. Google, for example, relies on more than 200 ranking factors, though some have more weight than others. Link building, for instance, is one of the most influential ranking factors for Google.
Depending on your industry, it’s possible that you have a well-ranking page with lackluster SEO. This scenario does happen and often occurs because your competitors aren’t optimizing their pages either. It’s critical to adopt a proactive approach to SEO, however, as someone will eventually optimize their pages.
While you can recheck your page at any time with our SEO checker, we also recommend tracking your changes through your Google Analytics account. If you’re making sweeping changes to a page, for example, you may want to create an event in Google Analytics that indicates this change.
When you review your Google Analytics data for that page, you can then monitor the following:
- Bounce rate
- Time on page
- Number of pages viewed
- Total, unique, and return visitors
You’ll also want to monitor your ranking in search results via Ahrefs.
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