Unsure why your website isn’t ranking better in the major search engines? As an SEO leader, we’ll perform an SEO audit to create a strategy to succeed.
If you have a current website but are unsure of how the website is set up to perform for SEO, it may make sense to have an SEO audit completed. An audit can give insight into the challenges you’re facing, why you’re not achieving your SEO goals, and the strategies your competitors are using. We can also help you determine whether a website redesign or rebuild may be necessary to implement a successful ongoing SEO campaign. If you’re an online retailer, our team has extensive eCommerce expertise and can deliver one of the most detailed and comprehensive eCommerce SEO audits available. The audit will help you be more prepared and eliminate unknowns when heading into a full comprehensive SEO campaign.
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Our SEO audit process begins with our team analyzing your website content, code, structure, and more to determine your strengths and weaknesses. We’ll also review your competitors to see what they are doing well and reverse engineer their strategies. Our SEO audit final report will include all findings along with recommendations and how to find the problems. Issues we may find may include similar tag tags, duplicate content, HTML / code problems, load speeds, and more. Determining which are most important and which items will help you rank better is an essential part of our plan. Our SEO audit process typically takes between 4-6 weeks. Throughout the process, you will work with various team members at OuterBox and we’ll truly get to know your business. We hope the SEO audit is the first step in a long-term business relationship.
An SEO audit is the process of analyzing a website to identify issues that affect its organic visibility in search engines like Google. SEO auditors analyze a variety of factors as part of an SEO audit, including crawlability, on-page SEO elements, off-page SEO, keyword placement, duplicate content issues, and user experience across all devices and browsers. All of these factors are compiled and organized into an audit document for consumption by the business owner or marketing manager. SEO audits can just be a list of issues but often includes a proposal from the SEO auditor to complete the work.
SEO audits are typically charged by the hour. Learn more about standard SEO pricing models.
An SEO Audit will help your business make informed decisions about SEO. If you are considering professional SEO services, we recommend getting an SEO audit from each company you are considering. Many companies will offer a free basic SEO audit at no charge or a more detailed audit at a discounted rate. Get a free quote for our SEO audit services!
A technical SEO audit pays close attention to the technical aspects of your website, including:
Local SEO Services are for businesses focused on keyword rankings in a specific location or region. A Local SEO audit will analyze your website’s organic visibility as it pertains to a specific region. A Local SEO audit will focus on things like your Google Business profile, placement on Google Maps, and external links and citations.
Enterprise SEO services are SEO services for large organizations and corporations. Typically enterprise-level websites are much larger and more complicated than small-business websites. An Enterprise SEO audit is an in-depth evaluation of all known factors affecting an enterprise website’s ability to rank. An enterprise SEO audit should leave no stone unturned in identifying potential SEO opportunities for your business.
When selecting an SEO agency to perform an SEO audit, we recommend asking for relevant client testimonials and case studies. To get the most from an SEO audit, the agency must understand your business, products/services, and customers. Ask for industry-specific proof of success.