Site Performance & SEO

Improve your site’s conversion rate #

Get your site optimized for search engines and increase organic traffic. Monitor page speed, uptime status, and response time of all your websites.

Website performance and search engine optimization are two critical factors to consider when developing a website. #

Server optimization can help to improve site speed and reduce server response times. In addition, a well-optimized website can earn a higher search engine ranking, making it more likely to be found by potential customers. However, optimizing a website for performance and SEO can be complex. Fortunately, many tools and resources are available to help website owners make their sites as fast and visible as possible. By using these tools and following best practices, businesses can ensure that their website is able to perform at its best.

Website performance is critical for a good user experience and search engine optimization. A fast website keeps users engaged and decreases bounce rates. Google uses site speed as a ranking factor in its search algorithm. If your website is slow, you’re likely to rank lower in search results, and you may miss out on potential customers. Improve your site’s speed by caching static content and compressing files. You should also perform an SEO audit to identify areas where you can improve your site’s code or structure to make it more efficient. By taking these steps, you can help ensure that your website loads quickly and ranks well in search results.

What is going to be done?

Keyword Analysis #

Website audit reports are performed to identify issues with the website that would negatively impact your ability to rank your website higher in the search engines.

Crawl And Index Errors #

When the robot is finished crawling your website, it “indexes” certain pages of your website in its database. Only pages indexed by Google, Bing, or Yahoo appear when a user searches.

Content Issues #

When it comes to analyzing your website’s content vs. the search phrases you want to target, there is much to consider. We will report any issues concerning this in the website audit report.

Website Structure #

Most people do not think about their website’s page or URL structure when they build it. When search engine robots visit your website, they want to see a recognizable structure of your website.

Design Platform, Layout, Navigation and Call To Action #

Is your website intended for your visitors? Is its navigation user-friendly? You must ensure that your website includes links to contact forms, phone numbers, and other important ways for users to interact with you. The key is to facilitate visitors’ getting what they are looking for.

Page Errors #

When visitors click on a link on your website and are directed to an error page, this can cause the user to leave your website out of frustration and not return.
Many pages or the location of pages within your website are often changed or updated. All the other pages with links to the “changed” page are not updated; consequently, all the other pages linking to the “changed” page now have broken links.

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