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What is a Website Audit?
A website audit is an examination of an existing website, evaluating its performance prior to large-scale search engine optimization (SEO) or a website redesign. Auditing your website can determine whether or not it’s optimized to achieve your business goals in terms of traffic, visibility, user experience, accessibility and if not, how you can improve these to increase performance.
Based on the information provided by you, we run standardized tests on your existing website in order to evaluate your website’s performance in the following areas:
Please note that our free audits are subject to high demand. If the spots for this month have been filled already the application form at the end of this page will be disabled.
Website Security Check
Website security should be a top priority for everyone who’s taking their online presence seriously. Your website holds sensitive information about you and your customers and therefore should provide a sufficient level of security.
We analyze if your website meets security standards such as SSL certification, secure content and script calls across your website. Apart from the security issue itself, not meeting these standards will result in poor user experience and a negative impact on your Google rankings. Get your free website security check to rule out potential security flaws.
- Improved Security
There’s a hacker attack every few seconds with almost half of them targeted at small businesses. Serving your website through HTTPS is best practice to keep you and your user’s data safe.
- Higher Google Ranking
Google aims to provide the best user experience for their users which includes keeping their data safe. That’s why they’ve implemented an algorithm that favours secure websites over unsecure ones. In short, your website will rank higher on Google when it’s secure.
- Increased Conversion Rates
Research has shown that users are way more likely to abandon a visibly unsecure website. A secure website will boost your conversion rates.
- Security Labels (Secure Padlock)
All common browsers will detect security issues on your website and label them accordingly as ‘not secure’ for their users. A warning sign for visitors that will likely result in them leaving your website.
Conversion rate is defined as the number of visitors to a website that complete a desired goal (a conversion) out of the total number of visitors. A desired goal could for example be a new client, a sold article from your store or a new newsletter signup.
Bounce rate is defined as the percentage of visitors that leave a webpage without taking an action, such as clicking on a link, filling out a form, or making a purchase. The lower your website’s bounce rates the better.
Besides the negative aspects on user experience and conversion rates, having a slow website can hurt the Google ranking of your webpages significantly. Page speed is an important factor when Google’s algorithm determines the ranking of your website as stated in this article.
You can test your website’s performance with Google’s very own PageSpeed Insights Tool.
Website speed refers to the ability of a browser to load your webpage fully functional. A website’s performance is one of the most important measures affecting conversion rates, bounce rates, search engine rankings and overall user experience.
Did you know that 40% of user will abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load? Our free website audit includes an in-depth speed analysis of your website with recommendations for possible improvements. Get your free website audit and find out how your website performs.
About 60% of today’s Google search queries are generated through mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets with an increasing tendency for the future. Despite these facts, we still come across websites that are not fully responsive on mobile devices.
Our website audit covers a scan of your entire website for potential script errors and evaluates mobile friendliness of your webpages.
A responsive website changes its layout depending on the device a visitor is accessing it with, providing a pixel perfect user experience on all common devices.
A responsive website includes dynamic design elements such as:
- Readable text without requiring zoom
- Adequate space clickable or ‘tap-able’ elements
- No horizontal scrolling
On-page SEO refers to best practice measures of optimizing web pages to improve a website’s search engine rankings and generate organic traffic.
- Title Tag
- Meta Description
- Header Tags
- Well written and unique content
- Keyword Targeting
- Image Optimization
- Speed Optimization
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the art of optimizing your website, its elements and content in order to increase the quantity and quality of organic traffic to your website through search engines. In plain English, there are certain guidelines that will help ranking your website among the top search results of search engines such as Google, Bing, etc.
Our website audit checks your website to see if standard SEO practices have been implemented and gives recommendations for further improvement.