How to choose the best website analysis report

Do you still wonder why some websites don’t get any traffic from Google while others rake in huge profits from the massive, free traffic they receive from Google and other search engines? Then, you can benefit from an effective website analysis report.

Webmasters around the world stay awake at night, wondering why Google sends such huge traffic to their competitor websites. They also worry about the actions they take because they have no clue if their actions will lead to yet another penalty.

The right kind of website analysis report can give you information on things you do right and things you do wrong with your website. In such a report, you will find:

Analysis of keyword density

Is Google likely to penalise your website for keyword stuffing? Find out before it happens and take remedial measures before it is too late. Most novice webmasters make the mistake of stuffing their pages with all different kinds of keywords. Google has mechanisms to identify keyword stuffing and may remove such sites from their listings.

Analysis of page elements and page load times

Is your page loaded with more widgets than it can handle? Do you have a very slow loading website? Learn how to improve your websites loading time. Fast loading web pages are the favourites of search engines. Too many widgets can not only affect visitor experience, but also hamper your chances of getting high rankings in the search listings.

Analysis of page titles, meta tags and keyword usage

Page titles are important for several reasons. Firstly, your Title Tag helps the search engines to identify what the web page is all about. Secondly, visitors can easily understand what your page is all about, by simply looking at the title of the page, shown on the search engine results page.

Analysis of site architecture and page navigation

Learn from experts if your site’s link structure is the best it can get. Can a visitor reach every page of your website in two or three clicks? If not, you are in serious trouble. Search engines will find it difficult to index all your pages. It is also difficult for real visitors to find what they want on your site.

Analysis of broken links

You may have linked to an active web page, which was later deleted or moved to a new location. Lots of broken links are a bad sign. Leaving so many broken links in your site tells Google that you are not serious about keeping your website up to date. This can affect your rankings big time.

Selecting an effective website analysis report is the first step to removing site elements that may be affecting your search engine ranking results and strengthening those elements that give your site a ranking boost.

A website analysis report may not solve all of your website’s problems. It will however show you the exact steps you can take to increase the efficiency of your site. You will find the tips, suggestions and guidance practical and very helpful.

Why not request a FREE and Comprehensive Website Analysis Report of your website right now!

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Robert Smith

About Robert Smith

Professional internet marketing specialist, with over 10 years experience of helping companies to increase their online brand awareness, improve their search engine ranking results and develop profitable websites.

2 Responses to “Selecting An Effective Website Analysis Report”

  1. wear pure

    Amazing blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for
    a paid option? There are so many choices
    out there that I’m totally confused .. Any recommendations?
    Thank you!

    • Robert Smith

      I would always recommend that you opt for a self hosted WordPress installation rather than using the free WordPress hosted version.

      This will provide you with more flexibility in the long term, allow you to install a wide variety of plugins and build greater authority in the eyes of Google.

      Regards, Robert Smith


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