Check your website’s SEO health with a
FREE WeKnow | Dental Website Audit
Conducting an SEO-evaluation might seem a time-consuming job. But if you use the right tools, finding and fixing on-site errors can be carried out in an effective and fast way. With your FREE WeKnow | Dental Website Audit you can perform a comprehensive technical SEO update and start improving your search engine ranking today!
Analysing your website with the WeKnow | Dental Website Audit helps you make it more accessible for search engine robots. It also helps you ensure a positive User Experience. Using your WeKnow | Dental Website Audit report, you will be able to:
Optimise your internal and external links;
Add tags where they are missing;
Make titles, meta descriptions, and other HTML tags unique and comprehensible for users and search engines;
Correct broken images and provide them all with an alt attribute;
Detect and erase error pages;
Find duplicate content pages;
Fix a variety of other important problems blocking your SEO progress!
Here is your FREE SEO Website Audit:
Prioritise SEO issues
and decide what to fix first
Checking a website’s on-page health is indispensable to making and keeping a website SEO and user-friendly. Whether you manage a small website or a large one composed of thousands of webpages, detection of issues can be challenging. You just cannot afford to spend days looking for every possible mistake in the code or checking for broken images or URLs.
Where to start? Your Website Audit will show you!
Our SEO analysis tools check issues that are related to crawlability, content, images, links, accessibility and coding. All issues found are divided into three groups depending on their severity: errors, warnings, and notices.
The Overview Report will show you the top issues, the most frequently found problems on your website. If you want to fix a particular issue throughout your entire website, then go to the Issues report, and display the URLs of all webpages affected by the issue. The Page report will list all issues found on a landing page.
Ensure the security of your website
with HTTPS checks
The usage of HTTPS on your website is a signal to users that you care about their privacy and security. It’s also an important ranking factor for search engines. However, the fact that you moved your domain to HTTPS doesn’t mean the work is over: problems may come up later.
The new HTTPS report in your Website Audit helps quickly detect security issues on your website.
Security certificate issues - we warn you if your SSL certificate has expired or if it’s registered to an incorrect domain name.
Mixed content issues - now you can easily discover all the types of mixed content on your site’s pages: non-secure scripts, images, CSS elements and many more.
Server issues - we help detect outdated security protocols, missing SNI and HSTS support.
Website architecture issues - we alert you about internal links to non-secure pages, HTTP URLs in your sitemap, missing redirects from HTTP to HTTPS versions of the same page and usage of HTTP on pages with password fields
Be forewarned about any HTTPS implementation problem on your site with the new SEMrush report!
Book a call with a member of our experienced and friendly SEO Team
and find out how we can help improve your website.
What do all those terms mean in my
Website SEO Audit?
The Audit report helps to identify how your website is operating and whats working well and what needs improvement. Here is a summary of the key terms used in your Audit report and what they mean:
What does it mean?
|hreflang conflicts within page source code||hreflang is an attribute within the websites code that tells search engines what languge the page is written in. For example it could be "EN-UK" for english United Kingdom|
|pages returning 5XX status code||Generally a HTTP 500 status code is a server side message stating that something is not working correctly or the server needs to execute a task. For example a common 5xx error code is an error 500 or internal server error.|
|pages don't have title tags||A page title tag is a tag within the HTML stating the pages title. generally the title tag tells browsers what the pages title is to display on the tab however its also used for SEO to sell search engines the pages title. This is sometimes used to name the page on search engines.|
|issues with duplicate title tags||The pages title tag has been duplicated on the website, this could lead to bad SEO and commonly a sign that a page has been duplicated on a website.|
|pages with duplicate content issues||One or more pages on a website contains the same content or simular content.|
|broken internal links||A link on the website is not working correctly. This could be a page does not exist or the link is incorrectly configured.|
|pages couldn't be crawled||Something has prevented our robots from crawling a page within a website.|
|pages couldn't be crawled (DNS resolution issues)||The DNS server is not resolving the domain of files within a page. This is a problem with the DNS server and not generally the website|
|pages couldn't be crawled (incorrect URL formats)||The format of the URL is incorrect and our robots are unable to crawl it.|
|broken internal images||An image within a page is failing to load, this could be due to an incorrect image file URL or issue with the media server.|
|pages with duplicate meta descriptions||A Meta Description seems to be the same for more than one page. This can cause SEO issues|
|format errors in Robots.txt file||The robot file is a file that tells robots what pages they are allowed to crawl. If this file is incorrectly configured it could mean search engines are unable to crawl your website.|
|format errors in sitemap.xml files||The sitemap is a file most websites use to tell search engines what pages a website contains. If this folder is not correctly formatted it could mean that search engines are unable to crawl your website,|
|incorrect pages found in sitemap.xml||A link within the sitemap folder seems to be broken or incorrect. This could cause search engines to crawl old or broken pages.|
|pages with a WWW resolve issue||A page with the WWW. subdomain seems to match the same content as a non WWW. page. This can be caused by badly configured 301 or 302 redirects.|
|pages with no viewport tag||A viewport tag helps to make a webpage mobile responsive.|
|size of HTML on a page is too large||A webpage is larger than the average. This could cause a website be load slowly|
|AMP pages with no canonical tag||Search engines seomtimes require the AMP and canocal tags to match.|
|issues with hreflang values||The Hreflang value is not formatted correctly|
|pages returning 4XX status code||A 4XX status is when a page has a user side error. Generally this is either a page does not exist or error 404 or the permissions are set incorrectly.|
|non-secure pages||A page is not using a TLS connection or the page's TLS connection is not configured correctly. TLS is a method of encryption commonly known as SSL|
|issues with expiring or expired certificate||The SSL certificate is expireing or has expired.|
|issues with old security protocol||The Security protocol used is legacy and not compliant with HSTS or TLS encryption standards|
|issues with incorrect certificate name||The certificate being used relates to anouther domain name.|
|issues with mixed content||Some media or assets within a page are not loading over a secure connection.|
|no redirect or canonical to HTTPS homepage from HTTP version||There is not a redirect from a http website visit to redirect them to an https secure page|
|redirect chains and loops||A page redirect redirects back to its self.|
|AMP HTML issues||There is an issue with the HTML on an AMP enabled page.|
|AMP style and layout issues||The style of a page does not comply with mobile devices.|
|sitemap.xml files are too large||The websites sitemap file is to large|
|pages with slow load speed||The overall website loadtime is slower than usual, you may need to enable a cache or migrate the site to a faster host.|