Tag Archives: site audit

Website Audit for BFC Australia Key SEO Improvements & UI/UX Suggestions

Today, we’re going to audit one of Australia’s largest camping stores, BCF, which stands for voting, camping, fishing. We will cover things like the UX, the UI, the design, the call to actions, the performance. It’s SEO, how it ranks, uh, what it ranks for and what it could possibly do to make some easy… Read More »

Site Auditing: An essential part of SEO

Hi! My name’s John Hoey. I’m the SEO Manager here at The Marketing People. In today’s SEO Thursday video, we’re going to be looking at site auditing. Now site auditing should be a massive part of any SEO contract. Now what we do here at The Marketing People is that we run a technical audit… Read More »

SEO Myths | Monday Marketing Minute by Oneupweb

Welcome to the Monday Marketing Minute! This week we’re talking about some common SEO myths and the truths behind them. So, myth number one: – SEO is a scam, right? – Wrong! – The SEO is not snake oil; you have to play by Google’s rules if you want your pages to be ranking in… Read More »

Technical Site Audits | Monday Marketing Minute by Oneupweb

Hey, everybody! And welcome back to our Monday Marketing Minute. – This week we’re gonna be chatting about the technical site audit. – We’ll help you understand what the heck a technical site audit is. – So we’ve talked before about optimizing web pages for search engines, but now we’re gonna be talking about those… Read More »

How to Do Keyword Mapping with WebSite Auditor

Welcome to SEO PowerSuite help videos! Today, you’ll learn how to build a powerful keyword map in WebSite Auditor Open a project in WebSite Auditor and go to Content Analysis>Keyword Map You can either enter your site’s keywords or import them from a Rank Tracker project or import them from a CSV file. Let’s import… Read More »

Find and fix broken links with WebSite Auditor

Hey guys! SEO PowerSuite Customer Care team here Today we’ll be talking about all things broken links, one of the most common vulnerabilities of a website. Broken links are the links present on your website that lead to either internal or external pages or resources that no longer exist, or just return no valid response for… Read More »

How to Create a To-Do (Ahrefs’ Site Audit Tutorial)

[music] The “to-do” feature within Ahrefs Site Audit allows you to seamlessly collaborate with your developers and freelancers to fix and track your technical SEO issues. If we head over to the HTML tags report, you’ll see that our example website has a few issues. For example, you’ll see that there are handful of missing… Read More »

Improving Load Performance – Chrome DevTools 101

[MUSIC PLAYING] KAYCE BASQUES: Hey there, I’m Kayce. This tutorial shows you how to use Chrome DevTools to find ways to make your pages load faster. You don’t need to know anything about load performance, but I do assume that you know the basics of web development and that you’re vaguely familiar with DevTools. But… Read More »

How to Create a New Project (Ahrefs’ Site Audit Tutorial)

[music] To create a new project enter a domain or path that you’d like to analyze. Let’s perform an SEO audit on hotjar.com. After clicking the “Add project” button, you’ll have to set your scope and seeds. First is scope, which is basically the boundaries of which you want us to crawl your site. For… Read More »

What is Ahrefs?

Here’s the problem: you invested tons of time and money to create a great website so you could get new customers online. But, nobody’s coming to it because they can’t find you on search engines. Instead they’re finding all your competitors. There they are ranking at the top of the search results getting all the… Read More »