Website SEO Reports - Surrey Digital SEO | Social Media | Competitor Research | SEO Training
Website SEO Reports - Surrey Digital SEO | Social Media | Competitor Research | SEO Training
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Website SEO Reports

Using SEO to improve your online visibility and brand

  Website SEO Reports

Today, across Surrey businesses of all sizes are reliant on a successful online presence which in turn relies solely on one important factor –  Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

Your website is the first thing Google will ever see.

Forget Backlinks, Social Signals and CTR, the first thing that Google does is index your website and assign a ranking.

Websites which climb to the top of the search engine rankings drive high volumes of traffic.

This in turn enables them to get bigger and better clients.

This doesn’t ‘just happen’.

You have to be positioned there.

And we can help you do it.

Find out why your website isn’t ranking where it deserves with the help of our Website Health checks.

These reports will give you every piece of information you need to fix anything that isn’t performing at its best!

Once you receive your report we will explain the content and make sure you are fully armed to fine tune your website for ranking success!

If you would like us to carry out the recommended improvements we’ll refund half the cost of the report.

Full Website SEO Report – £199

Without the proper technical site-wide structural elements in place, your on-page SEO won’t yield many results. ‘On-page SEO’ is a term that refers to the settings you apply on your website so that it is optimised for search engines. It’s the technical side of SEO seen through the source code of your site.

Your website is the first thing Google will ever see that is associated with your brand, forget backlinks, social signals and CTR, the first thing that Google does is index your site and assign a ranking.

To contact us about a Full SEO Report please click here

In the Full Website SEO Report our SEO experts will analyse the following areas:

Visibility Issues

Page Errors: A page server error indicates a problem with your website’s hosting provider delivering a page to a search engine robot. This can be caused by problems with the code on the page or problems with the hosting server.

Redirects: Redirects are used for pages, folders and domains that have moved. Search engines recommend using 301 redirects for content that has been permanently moved. However, other types of redirects may be appropriate for the changes you’re making to your site.

Pages Blocked: A robots.txt file permits or restricts access to your website by search engine robots that crawl the web. These bots are automated, and before they access your website, they check to see if the robots.txt file blocks them from accessing certain pages.

Malware Check: Kinds of malware include (but are not limited to) viruses, worms, spyware, and Trojan horses. Once a site or computer has been compromised, it can be used to host malicious content such as phishing sites (sites designed to trick users into parting with personal and credit card information).

Meta Issues

Missing Meta Description: The description attribute (a.k.a. meta description) is a short, helpful summary of your page’s content. It is a primary piece of information searchers use to decide which result to click on. Having a description attribute doesn’t guarantee that a search engine will use it in its search results, but in most cases it will.

Missing Google Analytics: Any website can use Google Analytics code to track site usage and visitor behavior. Pages that are missing Google Analytics tracking code don’t record that activity.

Page Title Length: Search results limit the number of characters they display for page titles.

Meta Description Length: Search results limit the number of characters they display for meta descriptions.

Missing Page Title: Page titles are critical to giving searchers quick insight into the content of a result. It is a primary piece of information they use to decide which result to click on, so it’s important to use high-quality, descriptive titles on your pages.

Duplicate Page Title: Search engines prefer it when your website has a unique page title for each page. Identical page titles could confuse website visitors trying to navigate your site, as well as the algorithm trying to understand the page. Search engines may ignore any pages with the same titles.

Meta Description Considered Duplicate: Search engines prefer it when your website has unique meta descriptions for each page. Unique meta descriptions help their algorithms interpret your content and its quality. Search engines may ignore any pages with duplicate meta descriptions.

Content Issues

Content With A Low Word Count: Pages with a low word count may not perform well in search results. More words give search engine algorithms more context to understand the content and its quality.

Duplicate Content Issues: Duplicate content generally refers to substantive blocks of content within your website (or on another domain) that completely match other content or are appreciably similar. While search engines do a good job of choosing a version of the content to show in their search results, it’s best practice to eliminate all duplicate content.

Link Issues

Broken Internal Links: When internal links are broken, it means that links that point to other pages on your site cannot find the destination page. If search engine bots find too many broken internal links, they may trigger a “low quality” site signal to a search engine’s algorithm, resulting in poor search result performance. Broken links also create a poor user experience.

Broken External Links: When external links are broken, it means that links that point to other websites cannot find the destination page (they receive a 404 page error or server error). If search engine bots find too many broken external links, they may trigger a “low quality” site signal to a search engine’s algorithm, resulting in poor search result performance. Broken links also create a poor user experience.

Internal Links Missing Anchor or ALT Text: Including text for links helps search engines better understand the context of the page you’re linking to. If a text links doesn’t have any text, it probably means the link is invisible to the user. If a link wraps around an image that doesn’t have ALT text, it’s the same as excluding text from a text link.

External Links Missing Anchor or ALT Text: Including text for links helps search engines better understand the context of the page you’re linking to. If a text links doesn’t have any text, it probably means the link is invisible to the user. If a link wraps around an image that doesn’t have ALT text, it’s the same as excluding text from a text link.

Internal Links Set as “nofollow”: The nofollow attribute is used to annotate a link in order to tell search engines “I can’t or don’t want to vouch for this link.” In Google, links using the nofollow attribute also don’t pass PageRank and don’t pass anchor text. It’s not considered best practice to use the nofollow attribute for internal links, because you’re essentially telling search engines to not trust parts of your site.

External Links Set as “nofollow”: The nofollow attribute is used to annotate a link in order to tell search engines “I can’t or don’t want to vouch for this link.” In Google, links using the nofollow attribute also don’t pass PageRank and don’t pass anchor text.

Image Issues

Images Missing ALT Text: The ALT attribute provides search engines with useful information about the subject matter of the image. They use this information to help determine the best image to return for a searcher’s query.

Images Missing Title Text: The title attribute provides search engines with useful information about the subject matter of the image. They use this information to help determine the best image to return for a searcher’s query.

Images Broken: When images are broken, it means that they are corrupted or no longer exist. If search engine bots find too many broken images, they may trigger a “low quality” site signal to a search engine’s algorithm, resulting in poor search result performance. Broken images also create a poor user experience.

Semantic Issues:

Pages Using Schema.org Microdata: Schema.org microdata – a special way of formatting content in HTML – can help search engines better understand page content. For example, you can use structured data to correctly communicate the details of a product review or a recipe. Search engines may also use structured data to enhance the appearance of your search results – known as rich snippets.

Pages Without Headers: Headings help communicate and emphasize content themes to search engine algorithms. Not using headings may make it more difficult for those algorithms to comprehend the meaning of the page content.

Mobile Responsive Report: Having a fully mobile responsive site is essential. Google now operate a’Mobile First’ policy.

Website Speed Report: There are many factors that can slow down your server response time. We will identify where your site is spending the most time whilst loading.

To contact us about a Full SEO Report please click here

Complete Online Intelligence Report – £349

Take your website to the next level with our Complete Online Intelligence Report.

This includes everything that you get in the Full Website SEO Report report but goes far beyond to include in depth analysis of your current content, your competitors content, critical keywords that you may be missing out on, industry content gaps, and competitor analysis.

To contact us about the Complete Online Intelligence Report please click here

You get:

Everything Included In the Full Website SEO Report

Keyword Report

What keywords are you currently ranking for? Where are you ranking for them? How can your ranking be improved?

What keywords should you be targeting? What strategy would be most effective to achieve this?

Content Analysis

What is your top performing content in terms of Social Shares?

Do any content gaps exist when compared to other members of your industry?

Competitor Analysis (2 Competitors)

What are your competitors ranking for?

What is their top performing content?

Competitor Backlinks Intersect Report – Backlinks are the lifeblood of Off Site SEO. We will compare the backlinks of up to 5 of your competitors and identify any external sites that do not yet link back to your own website.

To contact us about the Complete Online Intelligence Report please click here

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  • SEO SERVICES

    Websites which climb to the top of the search engine rankings and drive masses of traffic to their site never just ‘happen’ - they have to be positioned there.

  • COMPETITOR RESEARCH

    Understanding the competition is a crucial business strategy that allows you to improve your competitive advantage.

  • CONTENT MARKETING

    Having quality content is an essential part of an effective SEO strategy for your website, and helps you surge up the ranks in search engines.

  • SOCIAL MEDIA OPTIMISATION

    The explosion of social media marketing and its importance is something no business with an online presence can afford to ignore.

  • DESIGN SERVICES

    Visual interpretation using quality graphic design is one of the most powerful marketing tools available.