Website Audit Report

Here are our Website Audit Report Packages designed to help your business succeed further.

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Package Name
3
Website Audit Report
6
Website Audit Report
12
Website Audit Report
18
Website Audit Report
24
Website Audit Report
30
Website Audit Report
Total Number of Keywords
3
6
12
18
24
30
Maximum No. of Pages Audited
100
250
350
500
750
1000
MONTH 1 SERVICES
Market Research and Analysis
Manual and Software Driven Keyword Research

Manual Keyword Mining

Before launching a marketing campaign we need to know what keywords to target. A "keyword" refers to the word or phrase typed into a search engine to return search results. Utilizing software and several man hours of filtering through Google data, we return a full keyword report. The report not only shows keyword traffic, but also competition analysis and where the website is currently ranking on Google, Yahoo, and Bing for that particular keyword. The keywords chosen determine the direction of the entire marketing campaign, thus the extreme importance we place on keyword research.

Keyword Ranking Report

Keyword Rankings, or where your site is ranked in search engines for keywords, has a major impact on your Web traffic, lead generation and conversions. Research shows more than 75% of all search engine users click on a result on the first page; so the higher you rank in the search engine results pages, the better your chances are of gaining more traffic.

The rankings of the target keywords for the website will be generated and tabulated. The results will be used as a reference point for the initial rankings of the keywords before the marketing campaign is commenced.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Keyword Structuring

The keywords chosen for the SEO campaign will be analyzed and grouped together. When we group together keywords, we classify them as primary or secondary keywords. The keywords will be grouped together based on relevancy. The most competitive keyword within the keyword group will be the primary keyword while the rest will be secondary keywords.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Ranking Analysis

We will check every keyword to know the baseline ranking status and so as to determine the ranking URLs. To further determine the competition level of a keyword, we have to manually check your keyword rankings to make sure we know 100% where your website is currently ranking. It is also important to manually check rankings to help us determine target URLs per keyword.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Competition Analysis

We analyze the competition on a given keyword you want to target. It is important for us to look at the competition to have a better understanding of the keyword competition level.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Web Design Analysis
Platform

There are a lot of website platforms. The website can be of pure HTML, ASP, and PHP or is built using a Content Management System like WordPress. However, not all will appear to be search engine or user-friendly. It is important to know this first so that there's nothing that can hinder or limit all required adjustments in the optimization process. In rare instances, the website may be built on a platform that does not allow us to perform SEO and in that situation; we would be recommending to redesign the website before moving forward with SEO.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
On-Site Blog Setup and Configuration

Since search engines love fresh and unique content, we will check if you have an existing blog and if it is properly configured. A blog is primarily important in SEO because it helps you build relationships with your readers, position yourself as an expert in the field, and provide new content for search engines to index.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Malware Check

If a website is infected with malware, then it could hinder its search engine rankings. It is important to make sure the website does not have any malware installed on it, because malware can infect visitors to your website as well.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Website Design General Recommendations

When we analyze the website, we will look at the design components as well. This is not an in-depth analysis, but a light overview. Typically, it is clear if a website requires a "face-lift" in order to reduce bounce rates. The website should be attractive, and clearly display the purpose of the website and the nature of the products or service. The website should also be easy to navigate.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Site Performance

The site performance will be checked in terms of page loading time. If a page loads too slowly, then your visitors may leave your website. Google has also placed more importance on page load speed as part of their ranking algorithm. According to Google, if your website loads too slowly, it will negatively impact your rankings. When we find a website that has a slow page load speed we will take the necessary steps to investigate.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Navigation Crawlability (Alt Text)

Main navigation is checked to know if it is crawlable or not. Preferably, the navigation should be built in pure HTML text and not on images or JavaScript. This is mainly because Google is not able to read images or JavaScript as navigation elements as of yet. And since the context of the main navigation serves as the primary title of the whole category or theme, it is important that search engines are able to read the text within the navigation. However, if the navigation is built using images, then we will just suggest the addition of image alt texts.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Content Crawlability

Content or the main article content is the most important part of a page and it is important to be crawlable by search engines. Typically, what can hinder bots from crawling the content is when the site is made up of flash or the content is hidden by JavaScript.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hosting Check

Upon launching of the site, the hosting should be checked to ensure that the website is safe from any potential malware attacks. We can also determine if a group of sites are hosted on the same server and have the same IP address which is not preferable in terms of SEO, especially when dealing with the same niches.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Website Structure Analysis
Search Engine Metrics

We will check to see if there are any existing Webmaster Tools and Analytics installed on the website. If there are no analytics tracking services or webmaster services installed on the website, then we will go ahead and install them. As part of our analysis of the website, we need to be able to check Google Webmaster and Google Analytics.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sitemaps

There are two types of sitemaps: One is the user sitemap that can be found on the website that helps in guiding users, while the other is the XML sitemap. We are primarily concerned with the XML sitemap. An XML sitemap is generated for the use of search engines, to make sure that they can send their crawler bots to all of your pages. If a search engine cannot find all of your pages, then there is no guarantee for those unfound pages to be indexed. XML sitemaps are extremely important and we will make sure yours are installed properly or we will take notes to make sure this is accomplished during on-page optimization.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
URL Structure

Optimizing the website involves organizing the URL structure. By having a proper URL structure, it will help users to easily determine what page they are on by just looking at the URL alone. Most websites do not have a proper URL structure with all pages created as a direct extension off the homepage.

Let's look at an example of a company that has 5 different services.

Wrong URL structure:
hompage.com
hompage.com/service
hompage.com/service1
homepage.com/service2
homepage.com/service3
homepage.com/service4
homepage.com/service5

Correct URL structure:
homepage.com
hompage.com/service/
hompage.com/service/1
homepage.com/service/2
homepage.com/service/3
homepage.com/service/4
homepage.com/service/5

Having properly structured URLs is essential to ensure maximum rankability of your website.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Troubleshooting Report
Broken Links

Broken links are links that lead to pages that do not exist. When clicking on a broken link, the page you land on is called a 404 error page, it is a standard HTTP response that indicates that the requested URL does not exist.

What do you do when you happily surf the web and suddenly come across a 404 error? For most of us, the immediate response would be to simply leave the current site in favor of another one. People and search engines consider broken links as unprofessional.

404 errors and broken links also have negative effects on your search engine rankings so it is quite reasonable to be proactive in avoiding them to improve exposure and increase site traffic. We will look for all the broken links on your website and will report back to you with the required fixes.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Crawl Errors

These are normally URLs that search engines could not successfully crawl or access. We generally check for 404 (Not Found) errors, which are returned when search engines try to visit a page that does not exist. The common reasons for crawl errors are that because the page has been deleted, renamed without implementing proper redirection to the new page, or a typographical error. In the same light, all URLs detected as 403 or 500 are also included in the report. But since these are resolved by fixes on the web server, we usually just request these errors to be removed from Google.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Custom 404 Error Page

A custom 404 Error Page informs the visitors that the page cannot be found. It also helps keep them on the site and helps them find the information they are looking for.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Robots.TXT

This is a .txt file that is uploaded to the website and to the Webmaster tools that gives instructions to bots on what to crawl and not to crawl or what pages to index and what not to include in the index. This is helpful in blocking irrelevant pages or directories that are not part of the main informative pages of the site. We will check if this is already existing on the site or not, and we will give proper recommendations according to our findings. A misplaced robots.txt could de-index the entire website in the search engines; so of course, this is a very important step in our auditing process.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Robots Meta Tags

This is another form of Robots.txt. The only difference is how they are uploaded on the website. This one is part of the meta tags that gives instructions to the crawlers on what pages to follow or a no-follow or to index or a no-index.
This works the same as Robots.txt but instead of being a site-wide instruction, it is a page-specific instruction. We will check if this already exists on the site and will make sure that it is configured properly.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Number of Indexed Pages vs. Actual Page Count

We will check how many of your web pages are already indexed in Google versus the total amount of pages. This can also help in determining what version (www or non-www) of your site is preferred by search engines and/or already ranking in SERPs. If your website has 500 actual pages, but Google says they have only indexed 100 pages of your website, then we need to start our detective work. It is important for Google to index 80%+ of your pages, and if they are indexing less than 80% of your pages, then we need to find out the reasons why they are not indexing more of your pages.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Other Issues

In our audit, we also find issues that do not fall on any of the line items. In such cases, we also include them in our report because sometimes fixing those errors automatically fixes other issues in the line items.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Page Title and Meta Tag Troubleshooting Report

These are basically the parts of a meta tag group. Each page should have a unique set of meta tags since each should represent the contents of the page. We will be checking the missing, duplicates and long meta title and descriptions and providing proper recommendations for improvement. Having good meta tags will help increase the click through rate of the pages on the SERP and increase the likelihood of pages to rank higher on the search engines.

Duplicate Page Titles
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Missing Page Titles
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Long Page Titles
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Duplicate Meta Descriptions
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Missing Meta Descriptions
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Long Meta Descriptions
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Backlink Analysis

This is principally counting the existing backlinks on the website so that we know the baseline and allows us to determine how many backlinks have been built prior to, and after the SEO campaign. This will be documented to show the difference and improvement.

Note: For websites with existing backlinks, there is a possibility that those backlinks will get de-indexed or devalued by Google and we do not have control over that since we are not the ones whom have been building those existing backlinks. In these instances, please be reminded that there is a possibility for ranking fluctuations.

Up to 500
Up to 1000
Up to 2000
Up to 3000
Up to 4000
Up to 5000
Content Analysis and Optimization Guidelines
Duplicate Website Content Checking (Non-Target Pages)

We will check your website for duplicate content and provide a duplicate content report if any exists. If you hired someone to write your website, are you 100% sure it is unique content? Many copywriters simply rewrite or blatantly copy content from other websites. It is of extreme importance to have original, unique content on your website. If we detect significant duplicate content, we usually require the content to be rewritten in order to ensure maximum rankability of your website.

100 Pages
250 Pages
350 Pages
500 Pages
750 Pages
1000 Pages
Additional Website Content Writing Requirements

When we analyze your website during the URL mapping process we will determine the target page for each keyword. Once we establish the target page for each keyword, we will analyze the content on that page to see if the content has enough words (400 words minimum) and also to see if the content is relevant to the keyword. Many times, you do not have a page established for a particular keyword, and in this instance we would recommend a new page creation. Most websites require a significant amount of additional content and this content can be written for you or provided by you. We will supply you with a report to show you what pages need content, and what the content needs to be written about (keyword-wise anyways).

3 Pages
6 Pages
12 Pages
18 Pages
24 Pages
30 Pages
Keyword Grouping

This is where we group the target keywords that have been agreed upon into sets of 1-3 keywords, which will then be designated to target pages during the URL Mapping stage. Keywords of a given campaign are grouped based on, but not limited to, similar keywords, related terms, and geo-target.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
URL Mapping

If an SEO campaign has 30 keywords, they will not all go on the same page. We usually target 1 keyword on each page, with unique exceptions to the homepage. The process of determining which page should contain certain keywords is URL mapping.

Factors such as theme relevance and page rankings will come into play when URL mapping is performed. Among the target pages that are prioritized are those that are convertible and/or will catch a user's attention, engaging them and encouraging them to interact and browse through the site. The homepage, which is the most highly evaluated page among all the others, is always targeted. If a page with a matching theme does not exist for certain keywords, then a new page with fresh content will have to be created.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Target URLs

The target URLs are determined during keyword URL mapping. These URLs are simply the pages we are primarily targeting with our On Page and Off Page optimization efforts. When we track the keyword rankings, these are the pages you should see respective to the keywords targeted on each page.

3 Pages
6 Pages
12 Pages
18 Pages
24 Pages
30 Pages
URL Architecture Instructions

This is a set of instructions or recommendations generated from the URL Structure analysis results. This contains a step-by-step process on what needs to be done to properly architect your URLs and what are the concerned pages that need to be fixed. This also contains the instructions on how to optimize the final target pages that were identified from the analysis part of the process.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Report Summary and Consultation
Website Audit Report Summary and Customized Guidelines

When we finish running all of our checks on your website, we will produce an easy to interpret summary report and provide this along with the rest of the audit in a zip file. The error reports, duplicate meta report, and duplicate website content will be in a separate document inside the zip file. We will do our best to make the summary informative and concise. We understand that you do not want to sort through all the data we send over, so we will let you know all the important aspects to look for in our summary report. Within the summary, we will also be providing further recommendations which could be anything from telling you that you need a blog, to telling you that you need to re-design your website before starting a marketing campaign.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Keyword Consultation

After performing the website audit, if we have further concerns about the keywords you want to target, we will contact you and go over our concerns in a consulting session.

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes


Total Number of Keywords

Maximum No. of Pages Audited


MONTH 1 SERVICES


Market Research and Analysis

Manual and Software Driven Keyword Research
Manual Keyword Mining

Before launching a marketing campaign we need to know what keywords to target. A "keyword" refers to the word or phrase typed into a search engine to return search results. Utilizing software and several man hours of filtering through Google data, we return a full keyword report. The report not only shows keyword traffic, but also competition analysis and where the website is currently ranking on Google, Yahoo, and Bing for that particular keyword. The keywords chosen determine the direction of the entire marketing campaign, thus the extreme importance we place on keyword research.

Keyword Ranking Report

Keyword Rankings, or where your site is ranked in search engines for keywords, has a major impact on your Web traffic, lead generation and conversions. Research shows more than 75% of all search engine users click on a result on the first page; so the higher you rank in the search engine results pages, the better your chances are of gaining more traffic.

The rankings of the target keywords for the website will be generated and tabulated. The results will be used as a reference point for the initial rankings of the keywords before the marketing campaign is commenced.

Keyword Structuring
The keywords chosen for the SEO campaign will be analyzed and grouped together. When we group together keywords, we classify them as primary or secondary keywords. The keywords will be grouped together based on relevancy. The most competitive keyword within the keyword group will be the primary keyword while the rest will be secondary keywords.

Ranking Analysis
We will check every keyword to know the baseline ranking status and so as to determine the ranking URLs. To further determine the competition level of a keyword, we have to manually check your keyword rankings to make sure we know 100% where your website is currently ranking. It is also important to manually check rankings to help us determine target URLs per keyword.

Competition Analysis
We analyze the competition on a given keyword you want to target. It is important for us to look at the competition to have a better understanding of the keyword competition level.

Web Design Analysis

Platform
There are a lot of website platforms. The website can be of pure HTML, ASP, and PHP or is built using a Content Management System like WordPress. However, not all will appear to be search engine or user-friendly. It is important to know this first so that there's nothing that can hinder or limit all required adjustments in the optimization process. In rare instances, the website may be built on a platform that does not allow us to perform SEO and in that situation; we would be recommending to redesign the website before moving forward with SEO.

On-Site Blog Setup and Configuration
Since search engines love fresh and unique content, we will check if you have an existing blog and if it is properly configured. A blog is primarily important in SEO because it helps you build relationships with your readers, position yourself as an expert in the field, and provide new content for search engines to index.

Malware Check
If a website is infected with malware, then it could hinder its search engine rankings. It is important to make sure the website does not have any malware installed on it, because malware can infect visitors to your website as well.

Website Design General Recommendations
When we analyze the website, we will look at the design components as well. This is not an in-depth analysis, but a light overview. Typically, it is clear if a website requires a "face-lift" in order to reduce bounce rates. The website should be attractive, and clearly display the purpose of the website and the nature of the products or service. The website should also be easy to navigate.

Site Performance
The site performance will be checked in terms of page loading time. If a page loads too slowly, then your visitors may leave your website. Google has also placed more importance on page load speed as part of their ranking algorithm. According to Google, if your website loads too slowly, it will negatively impact your rankings. When we find a website that has a slow page load speed we will take the necessary steps to investigate.

Navigation Crawlability (Alt Text)
Main navigation is checked to know if it is crawlable or not. Preferably, the navigation should be built in pure HTML text and not on images or JavaScript. This is mainly because Google is not able to read images or JavaScript as navigation elements as of yet. And since the context of the main navigation serves as the primary title of the whole category or theme, it is important that search engines are able to read the text within the navigation. However, if the navigation is built using images, then we will just suggest the addition of image alt texts.

Content Crawlability
Content or the main article content is the most important part of a page and it is important to be crawlable by search engines. Typically, what can hinder bots from crawling the content is when the site is made up of flash or the content is hidden by JavaScript.

Hosting Check
Upon launching of the site, the hosting should be checked to ensure that the website is safe from any potential malware attacks. We can also determine if a group of sites are hosted on the same server and have the same IP address which is not preferable in terms of SEO, especially when dealing with the same niches.

Website Structure Analysis

Search Engine Metrics
We will check to see if there are any existing Webmaster Tools and Analytics installed on the website. If there are no analytics tracking services or webmaster services installed on the website, then we will go ahead and install them. As part of our analysis of the website, we need to be able to check Google Webmaster and Google Analytics.

Sitemaps
There are two types of sitemaps: One is the user sitemap that can be found on the website that helps in guiding users, while the other is the XML sitemap. We are primarily concerned with the XML sitemap. An XML sitemap is generated for the use of search engines, to make sure that they can send their crawler bots to all of your pages. If a search engine cannot find all of your pages, then there is no guarantee for those unfound pages to be indexed. XML sitemaps are extremely important and we will make sure yours are installed properly or we will take notes to make sure this is accomplished during on-page optimization.

URL Structure
Optimizing the website involves organizing the URL structure. By having a proper URL structure, it will help users to easily determine what page they are on by just looking at the URL alone. Most websites do not have a proper URL structure with all pages created as a direct extension off the homepage.

Let's look at an example of a company that has 5 different services.

Wrong URL structure:
hompage.com
hompage.com/service
hompage.com/service1
homepage.com/service2
homepage.com/service3
homepage.com/service4
homepage.com/service5

Correct URL structure:
homepage.com
hompage.com/service/
hompage.com/service/1
homepage.com/service/2
homepage.com/service/3
homepage.com/service/4
homepage.com/service/5

Having properly structured URLs is essential to ensure maximum rankability of your website.

Troubleshooting Report

Broken Links
Broken links are links that lead to pages that do not exist. When clicking on a broken link, the page you land on is called a 404 error page, it is a standard HTTP response that indicates that the requested URL does not exist.

What do you do when you happily surf the web and suddenly come across a 404 error? For most of us, the immediate response would be to simply leave the current site in favor of another one. People and search engines consider broken links as unprofessional.

404 errors and broken links also have negative effects on your search engine rankings so it is quite reasonable to be proactive in avoiding them to improve exposure and increase site traffic. We will look for all the broken links on your website and will report back to you with the required fixes.

Crawl Errors
These are normally URLs that search engines could not successfully crawl or access. We generally check for 404 (Not Found) errors, which are returned when search engines try to visit a page that does not exist. The common reasons for crawl errors are that because the page has been deleted, renamed without implementing proper redirection to the new page, or a typographical error. In the same light, all URLs detected as 403 or 500 are also included in the report. But since these are resolved by fixes on the web server, we usually just request these errors to be removed from Google.

Custom 404 Error Page
A custom 404 Error Page informs the visitors that the page cannot be found. It also helps keep them on the site and helps them find the information they are looking for.

Robots.TXT
This is a .txt file that is uploaded to the website and to the Webmaster tools that gives instructions to bots on what to crawl and not to crawl or what pages to index and what not to include in the index. This is helpful in blocking irrelevant pages or directories that are not part of the main informative pages of the site. We will check if this is already existing on the site or not, and we will give proper recommendations according to our findings. A misplaced robots.txt could de-index the entire website in the search engines; so of course, this is a very important step in our auditing process.

Robots Meta Tags
This is another form of Robots.txt. The only difference is how they are uploaded on the website. This one is part of the meta tags that gives instructions to the crawlers on what pages to follow or a no-follow or to index or a no-index.
This works the same as Robots.txt but instead of being a site-wide instruction, it is a page-specific instruction. We will check if this already exists on the site and will make sure that it is configured properly.

Number of Indexed Pages vs. Actual Page Count
We will check how many of your web pages are already indexed in Google versus the total amount of pages. This can also help in determining what version (www or non-www) of your site is preferred by search engines and/or already ranking in SERPs. If your website has 500 actual pages, but Google says they have only indexed 100 pages of your website, then we need to start our detective work. It is important for Google to index 80%+ of your pages, and if they are indexing less than 80% of your pages, then we need to find out the reasons why they are not indexing more of your pages.

Other Issues
In our audit, we also find issues that do not fall on any of the line items. In such cases, we also include them in our report because sometimes fixing those errors automatically fixes other issues in the line items.

Page Title and Meta Tag Troubleshooting Report
These are basically the parts of a meta tag group. Each page should have a unique set of meta tags since each should represent the contents of the page. We will be checking the missing, duplicates and long meta title and descriptions and providing proper recommendations for improvement. Having good meta tags will help increase the click through rate of the pages on the SERP and increase the likelihood of pages to rank higher on the search engines.

Duplicate Page Titles

Missing Page Titles

Long Page Titles

Duplicate Meta Descriptions

Missing Meta Descriptions

Long Meta Descriptions

Backlinks Report

Backlink Analysis
This is principally counting the existing backlinks on the website so that we know the baseline and allows us to determine how many backlinks have been built prior to, and after the SEO campaign. This will be documented to show the difference and improvement.

Note: For websites with existing backlinks, there is a possibility that those backlinks will get de-indexed or devalued by Google and we do not have control over that since we are not the ones whom have been building those existing backlinks. In these instances, please be reminded that there is a possibility for ranking fluctuations.

Content Analysis and Optimization Guidelines

Duplicate Website Content Checking (Non-Target Pages)
We will check your website for duplicate content and provide a duplicate content report if any exists. If you hired someone to write your website, are you 100% sure it is unique content? Many copywriters simply rewrite or blatantly copy content from other websites. It is of extreme importance to have original, unique content on your website. If we detect significant duplicate content, we usually require the content to be rewritten in order to ensure maximum rankability of your website.

Additional Website Content Writing Requirements
When we analyze your website during the URL mapping process we will determine the target page for each keyword. Once we establish the target page for each keyword, we will analyze the content on that page to see if the content has enough words (400 words minimum) and also to see if the content is relevant to the keyword. Many times, you do not have a page established for a particular keyword, and in this instance we would recommend a new page creation. Most websites require a significant amount of additional content and this content can be written for you or provided by you. We will supply you with a report to show you what pages need content, and what the content needs to be written about (keyword-wise anyways).

Keyword Grouping
This is where we group the target keywords that have been agreed upon into sets of 1-3 keywords, which will then be designated to target pages during the URL Mapping stage. Keywords of a given campaign are grouped based on, but not limited to, similar keywords, related terms, and geo-target.

URL Mapping
If an SEO campaign has 30 keywords, they will not all go on the same page. We usually target 1 keyword on each page, with unique exceptions to the homepage. The process of determining which page should contain certain keywords is URL mapping.

Factors such as theme relevance and page rankings will come into play when URL mapping is performed. Among the target pages that are prioritized are those that are convertible and/or will catch a user's attention, engaging them and encouraging them to interact and browse through the site. The homepage, which is the most highly evaluated page among all the others, is always targeted. If a page with a matching theme does not exist for certain keywords, then a new page with fresh content will have to be created.

Target URLs
The target URLs are determined during keyword URL mapping. These URLs are simply the pages we are primarily targeting with our On Page and Off Page optimization efforts. When we track the keyword rankings, these are the pages you should see respective to the keywords targeted on each page.

URL Architecture Instructions
This is a set of instructions or recommendations generated from the URL Structure analysis results. This contains a step-by-step process on what needs to be done to properly architect your URLs and what are the concerned pages that need to be fixed. This also contains the instructions on how to optimize the final target pages that were identified from the analysis part of the process.

Report Summary and Consultation

Website Audit Report Summary and Customized Guidelines
When we finish running all of our checks on your website, we will produce an easy to interpret summary report and provide this along with the rest of the audit in a zip file. The error reports, duplicate meta report, and duplicate website content will be in a separate document inside the zip file. We will do our best to make the summary informative and concise. We understand that you do not want to sort through all the data we send over, so we will let you know all the important aspects to look for in our summary report. Within the summary, we will also be providing further recommendations which could be anything from telling you that you need a blog, to telling you that you need to re-design your website before starting a marketing campaign.

Keyword Consultation
After performing the website audit, if we have further concerns about the keywords you want to target, we will contact you and go over our concerns in a consulting session.
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US version | UK version | AU version