We offer a simple little tool that has helped millions of people improve their online presence by auditing more than 70 factors laid out by the major search engines. It starts with an overall score of your website and the number of issues it uncovers. The analysis is date and time stamped so you can set a baseline for improvement.
This analysis can be performed in less than a couple of minutes and then downloaded as a PDF for viewing at a later date, by one of your associates or if you need help, we’ll review the analysis with you FREE of charge (no obligation whatsoever).
Your site will be ranked on:
- On-Page SEO
- Page Speed
The analysis begins with Page Titles and Meta Descriptions, with Best Practice Tips and Recommendations. Then it goes into Single, Two, Three and Four Word Keywords, how often they occur, their density and whether they could be picked up as spam.
What is your site’s ratio of text to HTML?
Total words are counted, then a text/HTML Ratio Test is executed. The ideal ratio of text to HTML code must be between 20 to 60%. Where is yours?
Are you properly using H tags?
H tags are then analyzed followed by whether your site has robot.txt and a sitemap. Not all of your site should be indexed, but every site should have a sitemap.
Oft overlooked is the Favicon. Sites without favicons are frowned upon for lack of attention to detail, and lost opportunities for branding.
Image Alt Text
This one catches a ton of websites, but it is important as it strengthens the message toward search engine providers AND improves the accessibility of your website.
Is your site Doc Type defined and does it contain depreciated HTML tags?
Doc Type isn’t critical, but it is used to validate your web page. Are you using older HTML tags and attributes? If yes, be aware that they’re likely to become obsolete, so future support cannot be guaranteed.
HTML Page Size
Ideally, you want your pages to load fast, so reducing size matters, but so does structuring your site so that the most critical things load first. Enabling GZIP compression also helps. Is your site GZIP compression enabled?
Inline and Internal CSS occurrences
Excessive inline or internal CSS occurrences increase the loading time of your site. Not only is this a ranking factor for the search engines, but it also correlates to viewer experience. Once a visitor finds your site, your goal should be for them to hang around a while, get to know you and maybe purchase something.
Microdata Schema Test
Think of microdata as underlying information that helps the search engines better understand your content. The result? Significantly better search results!
IP Canonicalization Test
What our analysis looks for here are multiple domain names registered under a single IP address. Why? Search bots can label other sites as duplicates.
Plain Text Email Test
Do you like spam? None of us do, so one of the things our analysis looks for is plain text email addresses on your site. Scraping agents are constantly crawling websites looking for victims.
This one should be obvious. Everyone and their brother or sister carries a mobile device of some sort. Does your site display properly across the broad range of mobile devices on the market?
Are all of your links and buttons large enough for your visitors to easily tap? Does your mobile site download quickly? Want to know what your Google Page Speed Insight score is? Our analysis gives you that score.
What else do we analyze?
We look at Page Statistics, the Plugins you may be using, whether your font sizes are legible, your Google Desktop Page Speed Score, any landing page redirects and whether your site leverages browser caching.
How quickly does your server respond?
If your site is underperforming, our analysis addresses the issues and identifies potential problems.
Not only does our analysis identify how resource size can be reduced, it gives you the percentage of possible reduction.
This one is a biggie. Our analysis identifies images that should be optimized and displays the percentage of possible reduction. What you want to do is reduce an image’s size without reducing its quality.
Above the fold
What we analyze here is whether the above the fold content is properly prioritized.
We identify all of your site’s internal and external links, plus your NoIndex, NoFollow and DoFollow Links AND if your links are SEO friendly.
An SEO friendly link follows these basic rules:
The URL should use a dash as a separator, not use parameters or numbers, and should be a static URL.
To resolve this, use these techniques.
1) Replace underscores or other separators with a dash, clean URL by deleting or replacing numbers and parameters.
2) Merge your www and non www URLs.
3) Do not use dynamic and related URLs. Create an XML sitemap for proper indexing by search engines.
4) Block unfriendly and irrelevant links with robot.txt
5) Endorse your URLs in canonical tags.
Need to know what your traffic or reach rank are? We give you the score that Alexa assigns to your website.
Do you know who your site is hosted with or where they’re located, or whether you’re IPv4 and IPv6 compatible? How about cURL responses?
Hostirian has been helping businesses with IT solutions for over 20 years. Offering this FREE resource is just one way we push the envelope to help businesses do what they do best, and that is to run successful online businesses.