Before we start working with any new client, regardless of the services they have engaged with us for, we start with a website analysis.

Unless you live under a rock, it can’t have escaped your notice that this Thursday there is a snap general election in the UK. And so for the sake of keeping topical, we have completed a website analysis of each of the key parties, comparing the results… a novelty we know, basing a party comparison on real life data.

The website analysis takes many factors into account from mobile friendliness, page speed, on-page optimisation, technical issues and trust flow to calculate an overall website performance % so here are the scores on the doors and it’s close. No landslides here.

Excuse us if we don’t include UKIP

The Website Analysis Results

These results are generated by WebCEO.com software. The information provided is accurate to the best of our knowledge and is based on 50 pages scanned of each site.

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Conservatives

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Labour

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Lib Dem

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The Green Party

We have completed a website analysis for the four key political parties in advance of the UK general election. Click to read the results!

Interesting Facts

  • There are 3,037,051 links pointing towards the Conservative party’s website. Highest volume of inbound links.
  • Domain shares on Facebook 22,748
  • SEO basics missing – SEO page titles, alt tags, meta descriptions and focus keywords are missing from key areas
  • Page-speed is an issue… on mobile and desktop (Mobile 54/100 Desktop 47/100)

    View the entire website audit report

We have completed a website analysis for the four key political parties in advance of the UK general election. Click to read the results!

Interesting Facts

  • There are 1,002,285 links pointing towards the Lib Dem website.
  • Domain shares on Facebook 32,752
  • SEO basics missing – SEO page titles, alt tags, meta descriptions and focus keywords are missing from key areas
  • Page-speed is an issue… on both mobile and desktop – (Mobile 42/100 Desktop 52/100)

    View the entire website audit report

We have completed a website analysis for the four key political parties in advance of the UK general election. Click to read the results!

Interesting Facts

  • There are 1,269,303 links pointing towards the Labour party website.
  • Domain shares on Facebook 55,526 – Highest Facebook shares from the party’s domain, 
  • SEO basics missing – SEO page titles, alt tags, meta descriptions and focus keywords are missing from key areas
  • Page-speed needs improvement (Mobile 61/100 Desktop 81/100). This is the best page-speed of all of the parties.

    View the entire website analysis report

We have completed a website analysis for the four key political parties in advance of the UK general election. Click to read the results!

Interesting Facts

  • There are 572,249 links pointing towards the Green Party’s website.
  • Domain shares on Facebook 10,805
  • SEO basics missing – SEO page titles, alt tags, meta descriptions and focus keywords are missing from key areas
  • The Green Party’s website does not have Google Analytics installed, so they can’t monitor their site traffic
  • Page speed needs improvement (Mobile 46/100 Desktop 54/100)
  • This site has several server issues

    View the entire website audit report

What can website owners learn?

  1. High quality back links are really important. Learn more about them here
  2. Make sure you create unique, sharable content on your website.
  3. Everyone is mobile friendly now since Google’s ‘Mobile First Index‘ came into play. If your site isn’t responsive it REALLY needs to be.
  4. Page speed is a real issue for a lot of websites, learn how to speed up page loading or speak with your agency. Here are our tips for speeding up page loading time.There is no excuse not to cover off the SEO basics. If you don’t know your SEO from your elbow you MUST seek help from the experts if you wish for your website to be competitive.

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