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SEO Full Website Review Checklist – Onpage Optimization

Technical analysis of the SEO is one of the main successful SEO campaign to take, because it exposes the organic status of the issues that will not be able to see the surface.

To complete the technical analysis of Web pages or Website as we can start a SEO campaign. Example: inspection and technical analysis, we can see whether or not the site is spider crawlable, un-trap for the provision of air navigation services, or to create any other program. Place, no matter how many trapped in the SEO was on-the-spot checks as the spiders would not be possible to see the hard work that has already been done.

User Review

  • Website Usability Review
  • Form Usability
  • Navigation Analysis

Website Health Issue

  • Indexing Report
  • Brand Report
  • Cache Report

Spider and Crawl Ability Review

  • Robots.txt Review
  • Crawl Test Analysis
  • Cloaking Issue

URL Structural Analysis, Navigation and Code Review

  • Load Time Analysis
  • Crawl Rate Analysis
  • Alt Text Review
  • Page Code Review
  • 1 URL Per Page
  • Keywords Used
  • Redirects

301 Redirects

  • Duplicate Domains
  • Canonical URL Issue
  • Domain Alias
  • Internal Duplicate URLs

Content Review

  • Well Written Content
  • Content Analysis
  • Header Tag Optimization

Meta Tag

  • Meta Description
  • Meta Keywords
  • Meta Robots
  • Meta Content Language
  • Meta-Author
  • Meta Content Type
  1. The Title Tag : <Title>Important Words Place Here</Title>

Title Tag Checklist:

  • Title Tag Length should be 70 characters including spaces.
  • Place you important keywords first in you title tag.
  • Use pipes | to separate important Keywords.
  • Ignore out words that would make it read like a sentence. (e.g., and, if, but, then, etc.)
  •  Put Company Name it at the end of the title tag.
  • Place Unique Title Tag for every page.

For Example:

Contact | Important Keywords | Company Name


Important Keywords | Contact | Company Name


2. The Description Meta Tag: <meta name=”description” content=”Awesome Description Here”>

Description Tag Checklist:

  • Description should be no longer than 155 characters including spaces.
  • “Description” tells the search engine what your page or site is about.
  • “Description” helps with click through rates to your site.
  • Don’t use full quotation marks (“”) in your description. It will likely cut off your description
==================================================3. Other Meta Tags

There are lots of other Meta tags, but none are really considered useful nowadays. Many of the tags that we used did things like:

  1. Told the spider when to come back
    <meta name=”revisit-after” content=”25 days”>
  2. Told the browser the distribution
    <meta name=”distribution” content=”web”>
  3. Told the page to refresh
    <meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”10″>
  4. Told the page to redirect/refresh
    <meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”x_seconds; url=”&gt;

While Meta Tags aren’t the wonderful way that you may have heard, they still play an important part in helping your site get found in search engines.

Robots.txt :

Redirect Old Domain to New Domain:

Search Engine Optimization:  Keyword Analysis Research:

Search Engine Optimization Technical Issues:

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