Why consider a Site Audit?
For larger sites, especially ecommerce platforms or CMS-based websites that produce content each week, an in-depth Site Audit is the recommended approach to ensure performance issues and solutions are identified. However, if you run a small business, or website with less than 50 pages, we recommend a Site Review as a more appropriate solution.
What is a Site Audit?
A Site Audit is an in-depth analysis of SEO and non-SEO issues affecting the site. For instance, the report details technical issues affecting the organic performance of the site, as well as accessibility and page speed considerations.
A Site Audit includes a one-hour conference call to review the findings of the analysis. This gives you an excellent opportunity to discuss further questions and find solutions. A Site Audit covers the following topics:
|Configuration||Technical issues affecting the site. Includes recommended solutions.|
|URLs||Issues affecting URLs, such as structure, duplicate content & canonicalisation|
|On-Page||Analysis of site content. Duplicate content issues and semantics.|
|Internal Links||Analysis of internal linking structure, recommendations for improvement.|
|External Links||Analysis of external links, recommendations for improvement.|
|Non-SEO||Non-SEO issues are highlighted that have an impact on the sites performance.|
|Review||One-hour conference call to discuss findings of site audit.|
Site Audit Pricing
From G.B. £1,449
Is this value-for-money?
Performing a site audit is a time-consuming process, that unearths technical and non-technical problems on the site. As with any type of audit, it should be thorough so as not to miss vital areas.
A thorough examination involves a lot of manual checking of data points. But we feel that our starting price for an SEO Audit is attractive, when considering the far-reaching benefits to your website.
After you contact us, we will arrange to have a brief phone call on a day and at a time that is convenient for you. This will enable us to get a clear idea of your objectives for the site, and any problems the site is having.