REQUEST A FREE SEO AUDIT
Our FREE SEO Audit will highlight issues with the performance of your website.
The SEO audit will show:
- How many broken links your website has
- If Google can ‘read’ your’ images and see your Google analytics could
- Speed and responsiveness issues on desktop and mobile
- On page issues with headers and keyword placement
- Homepage and domain trust
- And more….
For us to be able to give you an accurate SEO audit please complete as much information as possible. If you are unsure of what is being asked please give us a call on 01256 614921 or email email@example.com with any questions you have.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you need logins to complete my SEO audit?
We do not need any login details for your website. The software we use produces the SEO audit based on what the software can ‘see’ when ‘crawling’ the website from the front end. Similar to Google.
When will I receive my SEO Audit?
Your SEO Audit will be produced and sent to you as a PDF to you within 3 working days unless told otherwise. If you want an in-depth analysis of the data with the audit, which includes a short explanation of what the results mean and the course of action you will need to take this is £150 + VAT. Tick the relevant box to request this. Payment is required on request of the in-depth analysis.
What happens after I receive my SEO audit?
These actions can be carried out by you, someone within your company or we are more than happy to help carry out the work for you. Often people who receive these audits like to have a follow-up consultation or an in-depth analysis to work out what they can be doing to enhance the performance of their websites in-house. If you are interested in having a consultation or want a quote for us carrying out the work please do fill out the relevant information on the form.
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