2. Domain Check Good / Needs Improving / Bad
Date Created (Age)
Indexed by Google
SEO Friendly URL
Your Website Statistics
Age: The Age of the domain is key in knowing the strength of the domain, the longer the domain has been active the better it is for SEO.
Indexed by Google: This has to be checked so that Google is reading all pages in your site. The more pages the stronger the website.
Last Cached: Being Cached in the last 30 days is a good sign that your domain is being read frequently.
Server Neighbours: Having too many neighbours on your server or bad domains can affect your SEO.
SEO Friendly URLs: If it’s easy to read then it’s good for Google to understand what the pages are about.
3. What Your Website Report Means
Meta Titles: SEO friendly meta titles are the first thing Google really looks at when entering your site.
Meta Description: This is the 2nd most important area Google reads to understand what the page specializes in.
H1 Tags: Should only have one H1 tag that matches the main keyword in the page title.
Google Analytics: Google Analytics and Google Webmaster must be installed.
Sitemap: A sitemap is a file where you can list the web pages of your site to tell Google and other search engines about the organization of your site
WordPress Blog: Having a WordPress blog is key to interacting with customers and building the size and relevance of your site.
Call to Action Button: Having a call to action to button encourages potential customers to make enquiries
301 Redirects: A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which passes between 90-99% of link juice (ranking power) to the redirected page. 301 refers to the
HTTP status code for this type of redirect.
HTTP or HTTPS: HTTP data is not encrypted, and it can be intercepted by third parties to gather data. Users will likely leave a leave HTTP for security
Mobile Friendly: Your ranking on google is also now dependent on if your website can be used on a mobile. Sites that are not mobile friendly will rank lower
than those that are.