Where to start
If you’re sick of your website ranking low on Google SERP, a technical SEO audit can shed some light on how to move forward. We can help you kick your SEO bad habits, identify what’s holding you back and create a strategy to skyrocket to page one.
Website Audit Strategy
SEO website audit
You might be eligible for a complimentary website audit with us. But if you’re not, we’ll propose a price based on how complicated your website is. We do this so we can make this service affordable to every kind of business.
TECHNICAL SEO Strategy
Once we get started, we’ll work hard to make sure every page on your site is search friendly. We do this using a combination of crawl and digital tools and technical seo know-how. We pay particular attention to the structure and flow of your on-page content.
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One aspect of technical SEO that we often focus on first for our clients is ensuring web pages load quickly, as page load speed is a major factor in your ranking potential and overall search engine visibility. To speed up page load times, we’ll compress images and update your page with efficient, lean code. There are, of course, many more examples of technical SEO that we expertly deploy at StudioHawk tailored to your website, rankings and industry.
We use a wide range of tools to identify issues and opportunities with your SEO. From website crawlers to performance analyzers, code validators, Schema markup testers, content analysis tools, XML sitemap generators, link analysis tools, canonicalisation checkers and more.
We have 4 key steps to our technical SEO audits:
- Industry-Leading Tools: Analysing your website and identifying issues like broken links, duplicate content, and slow-loading pages.
- Expert-Led Research: Identifying specific problems and opportunities for growth.
- Manual Checks: Ensuring everything is firing on all cylinders, right from server configurations to meta tags, structured data and beyond – it’s not always what you see on the page that counts.
- CMS and Page Templates: Assessing your content management system (CMS) and page templates to ensure they are SEO-friendly. This includes checking for proper use of header tags, mobile-friendliness, and other technical onsite elements.