the perfect seo audit

  • Go through each page of your site and identify missing objects: meta information, headers, schema, etc…

  • Identify new content opportunities

  • Come up with tangible deliverables for yourself or your clients

what is an seo audit?

An SEO audit is the process of analyzing how well your web presence relates to best practices – it is the first step to creating an implementation plan that will have measurable results.

The purpose of the audit is to identify as many foundational issues affecting organic search performance as possible. The SEO audit will reveal:

  • On-page SEO issues

  • Technical SEO issues

  • Website structure issues

  • Potential link-building opportunities

While the $19 audit does a good job of identifying overall SEO technical issues related to your site, it only begins to scratch the surface in terms of building out a complex SEO strategy.

is the $19 audit really that useful?

As with everything in SEO, the answer is “it depends”. The focus of the $19 audit is to identify any immediate issues, looking at: missing meta information, missing (or unoptimized headers), identifying page types, content and schema opportunities. Unlike traditional audits generated for free on SEMrush or other sites, this audit is completely hand produced and provides targeted deliverables that can be implemented quite easily.

 

The audit integrates with many different SEO tools, including: AHREFs, SEMrush, Screaming Frog, and internal sitemaps as well as various proprietary tools built in house. It serves as a great starting point when launching a campaign.

HOW DOES This Audit WORK?

HIGH LEVEL SNAPSHOT OF TECHNICAL ISSUES

 

Once the SEO audit is completed, we generate an “SEO Strategy” which provides a break down of each issue. In addition to identifying issues, we also provide various recommendations in an easy to read manner.

EASY TO IMPLEMENT

Each issue type (i.e. Schema, missing meta, etc…) has it’s own tab broken down on an issue by issue basis. There are also dropdowns (that can easily be edited) to help manage the implementation process.

VARIABLES AND THRESHOLDS

 

We have dozens of templates with different variables and thresholds. For example, an ecommerce SEO audit would be different than a local SEO audit. Our team will automatically adjust these based on our internal research.

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frequently asked questions

We recommend that every brand and website submit to a comprehensive SEO audit. A comprehensive audit will reveal the SEO strengths and weaknesses of any website. However, when it comes to the length of time that a comprehensive audit takes, that’s a variable factor. The time it takes to complete the audit depends on the size and scope of your website, audience and industry. A rushed audit may prove ineffective.

The My SEO Sucks Comprehensive Audit service includes an extremely detailed set of strategic recommendations for your website. It provides the basis of an SEO game plan for your company, identifies key issues and much more. If you retain the services of My SEO Sucks, we can go beyond simple strategic recommendations. As part of our Standard and Pro SEO service packages, we can help you implement our recommendations. We provide content, solve issues, and optimize performance.

Our $19 SEO Audit is a hands-on, manual audit. It picks up on both on-page and technical SEO issues, as well as website structure trouble. It also identifies any potential opportunities for link-building. That said, auditing on-page SEO issues is not the same as an in-depth audit of your content. We can take a close look at your content, identifying ways to improve SEO performance, and provide high-quality targeted deliverables.

The My SEO Sucks $19 Audit includes Technical SEO and On-Page SEO issues. However, the technical side of the audit is focused on SEO optimization. The resulting audit report does not comprise technical page speed improvements or recommendations. However, the SEO Audit does integrate with many different tools and platforms, which may themselves provide page speed recommendations. Compatible platforms include Screaming Frog, SEMrush, AHREFs, internal sitemaps, and proprietary in-house tools.