To check your site’s seo score, enter the URL of any landing page or blog article and see how optimized it is for one keyword or phrase. Within 60 seconds, we’ll send you a score and full PDF report to the email address you provide.
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Every SEO campaign we run, starts with an analysis to see where the site is currently sitting based on hundreds of search engine optimization factors. We make this free tool available for you to test your website and see how it scores.
If you want more traffic from search engines, all you have to do is follow this webpage scoring report. It will scan a page on your website and point out all of the SEO errors you need to fix in order to increase your rankings. We grade your web page based on a number of factors and we list them all in this report.
Any score above 90% is the proper range for your webpage.
In 2019, search engines use social signals to determine your seo score and if your site should rank in the top 10. What are social signals? They are simply the number of times your web page or a blog post is shared on popular social media sites. Our report will tell you how many shares your page has on the top social sites.
Want to increase your score points? There are a lot of things you can do to grow your traffic and sales, but we’ll prioritize them for you in a neat list, so you can focus on what’s important and will gain you the best results. Follow the checklist and you will achieve better score results.
Keywords are the foundation of a quality search marketing analysis and campaign. Find out which keywords are most prevalent on your page and fine tune the content to match your priorities. Your Score report will reveal if you have too little or too many mentions of your target keyword throughout the page content. If you over optimize, you can be penalized by Google and other search engines.
The best way to improve traffic to your site is knowing where to start in the search optimization process.
Using our free website scoring tool will help you discover your overall rating, as well as identify issues you can fix to improve. Search engine optimization looks at numerous items like technology, page speed, content structure, URL naming, page titles, and keyword usage throughout the page.
We have helped hundreds of websites and businesses increase their traffic through better search engine optimization practices. Contact us and we will point you in the right direction.
Page load time and speed are a ranking factor for both search engines and humans. Bounce rate is caused when a page loads too slow and people leave before it fully loads.
Is your URL too long? Too Short? Is it SEO friendly? Does the URL have the exact keywords you are trying to rank? Optimizing your URLs can be a major difference in SEO ranking.
Your SEO Score is based on a few major factors and meta titles are very important. Proper optimization will have your focus keyword leading in your page titles. Page titles should begin with the target keywords and be no more than 70 characters in length
Meta descriptions should be between 150 and 300 characters. they should include the exact match keyword and other variations like synonyms. also include your local city name if you have a local business.
Images play an important roll in your page rank optimization. Make sure they all have alt tags and try to use variations of your keywords or LSI. Don’t stuff the same keywords into every image on your page though.
Keyword density and term frequency relate to how many times a particular word is mentioned in the page content. Try to keep your focus keywords to 3% of the total word count for the page. Use variations and LSI to distribute meaning and context to your page content.
Heading tags give structure to your content and help humans and search engines understand what your page content is. H1, H2 and H3 headings are most common. Use exact match and variations of your keywords in the heading, but don’t create duplicate headings.
The body content and written copy will be a big factor in your ranking. word count plays an important roll in your page rank and you will usually need to have 1500-2000 words on your page to rank on the first page. have your exact keyword in the first 100 words of the page.
Your page code can help or hurt your SEO score. Text to HTML ratio is a factor. Adding structure data or schema markup to your page helps search engine bots understand your page.
Social shares are an important factor in building trust and authority for your page content. If you have a great piece of content more people will share it. If more people are sharing your content, Google trusts that it is of value and should be higher in the results.
Is your web page mobile friendly? Google just recently switch to a mobile first indexing preference. If your web site is not mobile optimize, you could drop in the search results and lose traffic. Mobile friendly is also referred to as being mobile responsive.
Pages have their on ranking score. each page is considered a separate document by the search engines. pages with more links to them show that other websites trust the content of your page enough to link to it. So Google should trust the pages with the most quality links. Inbound and outbound links are a ranking factor.
The domain hosting a page has a rating and score. pages on high authority domains usually have an easier path to the first page results than sites on low authority domains. Building your domain’s trust score will help sub pages rank faster too. so you will need links from quality sites to improve your domain’s score.
Your domain is the house your content lives in. A strong domain is important for a quality score. How old is your domain? Is it secure with https? Does is have a robots.txt files for search engines? Are there canonical references on the pages? The length of your domain can have an impact. Also we see that exact match domains with the target keywords in them, seems to rank better than without.