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SEO AUDIT TOOL
Type 40 Key & Recommended Practices IN USE NOT IN USE
Age A ten year registration is best
Alexa Rank Closer to 1MM and under is best
Alt Tags Include with all images for the benefit of the search engines
Anchor Text Should have keyword content
Analytics Either Google Analytics or a Plug-In if Wordpress should be in use. SEO report should be run at least monthly
Bounce Rate Less than 50% is good; reference analytics
Broken Links Review and check
Calls to Action Highlight in orange or another bright hue
Cloaking Do not use
Description Tags Use keywords at the beginning of your description tag
Domains Keywords should form the first part of a domain
Flash Prefer minimal use
Focus Each page should be focused on one unique and clear topic.
Freshness Search engines appreciate fresh content at least quarterly.
GEO Tags Can be used for local audiences
H1 Tags Important for headings - search engines recognize H1 tags and bolded keywords
Indexed Pages Should equal number of pages on the site
Keyword Tags Yahoo uses. Google does not use
Keyword Use Maximum of 2%
Landing Page Should be in use - 700 to 1000 words
Landing Page Format should include picture at top left; headline and sub-headline; text and call to action
Links Sufficient backlinks (30 or more) should exist from quality domains to your site
Mobility Ensure site is visible on mobile devices
Nofollow Tags The nofollow tag is basically a notice sign for search engines saying dont count this. Use in comment and forum sections
Noindex Tags To entirely prevent a page's contents from being listed in the Google web index even if other sites link to it. Use if private information or data
Organization Flat architecture, top-down topic focus is best
Punctuation Proof the Web pages frequently using spell check
Quality If more than 40% is duplicate content, the page may be rejected by Google
Quantity More is better - 2000-word website is usually optimized for word content
Reading Level College level.
Response Times Minimize. Under 3 seconds best
Robots Use strategically
Sharing Buttons Use a Plug-In to create social sharing buttons on the site
Social Bookmarks Submissions to major Social sites should exist - SEO report should reflect a sufficient number
Sitemap Supply to search engines. Update automatically. With WordPress use a Plug-In to create.
Time on Page High word content = more time on page; Home Pages should be a minimum of 350 words; other pages at least 200-250 words
Title Tags Maximum of 60 characters
URLs Use keywords once
Visual Appeal Critical success factor - must be easy to navigate; white space well utilized, and a clear call to action button at the bottom of the page
YouTube A YouTube video, with a proper meta tag, description, and keywords can achieve very quick page one ranking on Google & YouTube
ACTION PLAN