Check your website for common issues
So you think your website is perfect? Let's have a look! I'm sure we can make it better.
We will run an extensive check on your website, looking at common SEO and usability issues. After fixing these issues, your website will rank higher in search engines and, more importantly, make your visitors happy.
I'll check your site for:
Meta descriptions are essential for good SEO. They should provide a clear and concise description your page.
A good page title is essential for SEO. Google will normally show the first 50 to 70 characters of your title in their search results.
Nobody likes to wait. Pages with longer load times have higher bounce rates. Faster pages have a much better user experience.
Available on just one URL
Avoid duplicate content by having your website available on just one URL, either with or without www. Not both!
Correct error headers headers
By sending the right 404 response headers, you prevent your error pages from being indexed.
Proper HTML is very important. By sticking to the W3 Standards, you can be quite sure that your website works on all browsers, old and new.
A sitemap.xml is a list of all the pages on your website, in XML format. It's a great tool to speed up indexing by Google.
Too many different stylesheets make your page load slow. Limit the number of CSS files.
Alt tags help search engines and visually impaired visitors understand what your images are about.
SSL certificates encrypt the connection between your server and your visitors. A secured connection increases the security of your visitors and helps you rank higher in Google.
Viewport for mobile visitors
To make sure your website works on different devices, you need to set a viewport.
Google Analytics or Tag Manager
Know what your visitors are doing: install Google Analytics or Tag Manager.
A good page has one, and only one H1 heading. It's a pyramid like hierarchy, with the numbe rof headings increasing as you move down.
Facebook OpenGraph tags
Social Media like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn can be a great way to get more traffic to your website. Open Graph tags make it easier to share your content on Facebook.
Twitter Card tags
Twitter Cards lets you attach photos, videos and media to tweets, helping to drive traffic to your website.
A favicon helps visitors recognize your website. Every website looks better with a favicon!
Language of your page
By setting a lang attribute on your page, search engines can determine in which language your page is written.