The doctor is in and it’s time for a checkup.
No matter how well optimized your website is, there’s still likely to be some issues that need to be addressed.
These can include technical SEO issues, slow page speed, duplicate content, broken links, or anything else that could be preventing your website from getting all the traffic (and conversions) it deserves.
Conducting a site audit is the first step in identifying any website issues that you may have.
Here’s why you should audit your site on a regular basis – and how to conduct a comprehensive site audit the right way.
Why you need a site audit
A site audit is done to identify a wide range of website issues. It determines whether your website is fully optimized for search engine traffic, has any broken files or links, loads quickly, is user-friendly and has top-notch content.
Conducting regular site audits is important because even though your site may still be generating traffic, you want to be sure that it is reaching its full potential. Not addressing these issues could mean a plateau or even decrease in traffic, or a decrease in conversions.
SEO is a continuous effort that involves the consistent checking and optimizing of your website. Add regular site audits to your process to ensure that your site (or your client’s site) is always set up for SEO success. The site auditor will crawl your website in order to generate a comprehensive report of all website issues.
Want to start your website audit now? Here’s how:
1. Visit WebMVMT.com
2. Scroll down and click on the button for “Run Website Audit”
3. Enter the website name and your email address, then click “Check”
You will be sent an email within one minute to view/download your report.
If you would like to book a meeting, please click “HELP” on the pop-up window.
If you have any questions, please feel free to message us through the website.