SEO AUDIT PLAN

Matthew Carter
Hello friends, my name is Matthew Carter. I’m a professional link builder for a large SEO agency in New York City.

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Examples of content that may benefit from the inclusion of structured data include:

mockup of how Google Search Console may look for our example website, simplelifeinsure.com .

Here’s a breakdown of the SEO audit process we’ll be following:

Another thing to look out for is multiple pieces of content targeting the same keyword.

Look for “ Low word count ” errors.

Step 9. Check for structured data errors.

Ignore any marketplace type sites like ebay or Amazon, along with any “big” generic sites like Quora or Forbes.

The added benefit of using Site Audit is that it will also remove the need to painstakingly check each page manually.

Enter a URL, and it will kick back any duplicate results.

There are a few options:

But a well-written and enticing meta description can help get you more clicks.

It’s worth cross-referencing this number with the number of internal pages found during the site crawl (the one we set up in step #2.)

Anyhow… duplicate content isn’t the only content-related issue you should be aware of.

But for now, look for anything that looks low-quality, or purposely manipulative.

Be very careful when taking a knife to your site.

Tools required for the SEO audit process.

If you run out of ideas, rinse and repeat this process with even more competitors!

So what’s the solution?

The issue here is that Google can get confused as to who is the original author of the content, causes the wrong version of the page to rank.

Site Explorer > Enter domain > Organic Search > Organic Keywords > Position (5–10) > Volume (1K+)

So you’ll just have to fix them all.

You can also make sure that rankings for specific keywords are heading in the right direction with the Organic Keywords report.

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So that’s something that should be fixed as a priority.

We can use Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool to test existing structured data.

Google Analytics will tell you how much organic search traffic you’re getting.

This will show us whether organic traffic is increasing or decreasing, on the whole.

Example:

We’re just going to have a quick check on some basic on-page SEO here.

But you can mark up any type of content to a certain degree (just don’t spam!).

SEO is a continuous effort that involves the consistent checking and optimizing of your website. Add regular site audits to your process to ensure that your site (or your client’s site) is always set up for SEO success. How do you conduct a site audit?

As you finish up, you can include any metric you’d like inside of an SEO Report within Raven Tools’ Report Builder.

The last step of conducting a site audit includes generating a comprehensive checklist of all of the site issues that need to be fixed.

1. Choose a Site Audit Tool.

No matter how well optimized your website is, there’s still likely to be some issues that need to be addressed.

Conduct a site audit to find any design and UX issues. You can work with a UX expert or web designer to optimize your site for conversions.

To conduct your first website audit with Raven Tools, sign up try the Site Auditor today.

The site auditor will specify which issues need to be addressed and how. This could mean re-writing your page titles, writing longer meta descriptions, adding H2s, and more.

Conducting a site audit is the first step in identifying any website issues that you may have.

Undeniably, there is some overlap between what may be considered to be “technical issues”. “on -page SEO issues”, and “off-page SEO issues”. In reality, all of these issues can affect SEO in one way another.

Conclusion.

Many SEO site audit tools will analyze your website’s design and overall user-friendliness (UX). Both of these are important when it comes to how users interact with your site, how you communicate with the customer while on page (i.e. Using Live chat or text enabling app on your site) how long they stay on your site, and whether they convert into paying customers.

Ideally, every page on your website will serve a specific purpose, so the content on those pages will be written to match. Google can see duplicate content as an indication that the content may not be particularly helpful to users or that the webmaster has not taken the time to write unique content.

We have our own Website Audit tool, but plenty of tools have popped up since we first started. Ahrefs has its own version, SEM Rush has their own auditor, and then some more niche specific tools like Screaming Frog and Sitebulb exist as well that exclusively provide audit services.

Conducting a manual site audit is a lot of work. Even for seasoned SEO pros, conducting a site audit is no cakewalk – especially for older, larger websites. When you get into thousands, tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands of pages and resources on a website, an audit tool becomes absolutely necessary, although a manual element still must exist for an effective audit.

6. Assess Website Content.

Below, we have broken down each main category of potential website issues and what to look for in your site audit.

For more SEO content tips, check out “ The Key to SEO Content Writing: 6 Step Guide ” on the Raven Blog.

Here, we are using the SEO category to include anything was not covered in the technical section of the site audit. These are the components that are most commonly associated with SEO versus a standard website audit. Common issues identified in an SEO audit include:

Using an SEO tool (or several) is the best way to identify any website issues and generate a report of problems that need to be fixed.

You can also share the checklist with other members of your team or with the SEO agency you are working with. Or, you can print out the report for a physical copy.

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