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    To help ensure that your websites are performing optimally, do you utilize any of the free or commercial website auditing services, and do you find that following their recommendations improves your website’s performance and visibility?

    I recently signed up with Ahrefs, who have had a solid reputation in the industry for many years, and their free website audit has produced literally 100s of recommendations for some of my older sites. It’s going to take a while to optimize everything, but hopefully the end result will see these sites edge up the Google SERPs to make the process worthwhile.

    What about you? Do you use any of these tools to help keep your sites in ship-shape condition?

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    Hina ZaibHina Zaib
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    Free website auditing is a valuable service offered by many digital marketing agencies, SEO consultants, and online tools. It involves analyzing a website’s performance, identifying areas for improvement, and providing recommendations to enhance its overall effectiveness. Here’s an overview of the process:

    Technical Audit: This involves checking the technical aspects of a website, such as site speed, mobile-friendliness, and crawlability. Technical issues can negatively impact a website’s performance and SEO rankings, so it’s important to address them.
    On-Page SEO Audit: This involves reviewing the on-page elements of a website, such as meta tags, headings, and content quality. Optimizing these elements can improve a website’s visibility in search engine results.
    Off-Page SEO Audit: This involves analyzing factors that affect a website’s search engine rankings but are not directly on the website itself, such as backlink profile and social media presence.
    Content Audit: This involves evaluating the quality and relevance of a website’s content. Content that is outdated, thin, or not optimized for SEO can be identified and improved upon.
    User Experience (UX) Audit: This involves assessing how user-friendly a website is, including navigation, layout, and overall design. Improving UX can lead to higher engagement and conversion rates.
    Competitor Analysis: This involves comparing a website’s performance to that of its competitors. Identifying areas where competitors are outperforming can help inform a website’s strategy.
    Recommendations and Action Plan: Based on the findings of the audit, recommendations are provided to improve the website’s performance. This may include technical fixes, content updates, and SEO optimization strategies.

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