The process of SEO website analysis before you starts with SEO. These steps will also help you in preparing the SEO strategy for the website or in the process of preparing proposal for the SEO works.
This process contains two procedures, first is to analyze what a website have from the on-page up to the off-page. The example of this procedure will be something like this:
Checker tools: http://www.searchenginegenie.com/tools/getPageSize.php
Name of the Site Results Status
Category or Niche
Page Load Time
Pages Indexed (Google, Yahoo, MSN)
Inbound Links or Backlinks (Google, Yahoo, MSN)
URL – Determine if the URL of the site is active or doesn’t exist anymore. Also, it is important to identify if the site redirects.
Category – Determine the category of the website that will fit its own content. Example: Does the site should be on the business category or Services.
Domain Age – Get the domain age of websites (For faster checking visit this link http://www.seologs.com/dns/domain-check.html)
Page Size – Find out what the web page size is. (For faster checking visit this link http://www.searchenginegenie.com/tools/getPageSize.php)
Page Load Time – Find out how much time the website or a page load. This will be a guide by identifying if your visitors have their time to wait until it appear, this may cost the website increase in bounce rate.
Page Ranking – Page Rank is a link analysis algorithm, named after Larry Page and used by the Google Internet search engine that assigns a numerical weighting to each element of a hyperlinked set of documents, such as the World Wide Web, with the purpose of “measuring” its relative importance within the set. The algorithm may be applied to any collection of entities with reciprocal quotations and references.
Alexa Ranking – Alexa rank is a tool that determined traffic visualization of a websites. (For faster checking visit this link http://www.alexa.com/)
Page Indexed – Page indexed is a visualization to determine the number of website pages that a search engine index. The query for all the major search engines (Google, Yahoo, MSN, Alta Vista, and AlltheWeb) when you enter the “site:” operator with your chosen URL. It will return the total link count for each URL.
Inbound Links – Back links is the general term of inbound links, these are the links pointing back to your website. (For faster checking visit this link http://www.seocentro.com/tools/searc…opularity.html)
Keywords – keywords are words that a search engine user might use to find relevant web page(s). If a keyword doesn’t appear anywhere in the text of your web page, it’s highly unlikely your page will appear in the search results (unless of course you have bid on that keyword in a pay-per-click search engine)
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