Generate more leads by Climbing Google Search Results

Lead generation can be difficult if you’re not at the top of Google’s Search Results. The businesses that end up at the top of the search results do not end up there by chance. They end up there intentionally, usually because they have a strong marketing strategy behind them, which was prefaced by a technical SEO website audit.

The technical SEO website audit is one of the first steps in any successful SEO campaign. You will need to figure out what the potential obstacles could be on your site - these are anything that could be hindering your SEO performance and determining your current position within your marketplace. When you know what the issues are and what you can do to fix them, you can create a solid foundation that your digital marketing efforts can be based on.

To carry out your SEO website audit, you’re going to need help from an experienced professional. They will be able to spot things that you can’t, with many years of experience and hundreds upon hundreds of websites audited.

Contact us for your technical SEO website audit and get that keen professional eye you need to build a better performing site for both your users and the search engines.

Make sure your Website is Setup to Rank

Your Technical SEO Website Audit will include

Coding & Sever

Your coding and servers will be looked at, as these things impact user experience and can cause many frustrations to the people visiting your website.

Page Speed

Slow page speed is something that can stop your website from getting to the top of the SERPs. Not only that, if your pages are taking too long to load, your users will become frustrated and leave your site. You only get a couple of seconds max before people get seriously frustrated.

Mobile Optimisation

Mobile optimisation is crucial to your success – the majority of people now use a mobile device to search for a business or product. This could be a tablet or mobile phone, but whatever it is, your site needs to be fully functionable and easy to view. Viewers should not have to pinch and scroll!

URL Structure

Your page URLs must be relevant and structured correctly for you to get the best results from your efforts. It should follow standard URL structure, be short and simple, use a primary keyword, and follow a number of other guidelines.

Broken Links

Broken links do not provide you with any valuable ‘link juice’, and they send your audience to non existent resources. The impact of broken links on your site could mean lost revenue, poor user experience, and lower search engine rankings, to name just a few things.

Duplicate Content

Duplicate content needs to be addressed because it’s a big problem when you’re trying to increase your place in the SERPs. All content featured on your site must be 100% unique.

We will also suggest how to fix any issues that are found so you know exactly what to do moving forward.

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