Improve Your Online Presence By Knowing How Your Website Is Performing In Terms Of Blogging, SEO, Social, Authority, Links, and Traffic
We used to call the weekly site performance audit our users receive from Squirrly, an SEO audit. That was until we realized we’re offering so much more.
How The Squirrly Site Performance Audit Works
- Each week, you receive a score for your site based on several things we analyze, such as blogging, SEO, social, traffic, links, authority.
- Every section has a few tasks that need to be completed.
- For each task, we give you tips on how to fix them if they require attention.
- You can send the audit either by PDF or by email to a team member who can help you fix certain issues.
- Request a new audit every hour for PRO version users.
- See the evolution of your score.
WHAT WE ANALYZE FOR BLOGGING
- Posting frequency. Because Google loves fresh content.
- Sitemap and feed. Helps search engines stay up to date with the content you publish.
- Articles optimization. This will increase the chances for your article to be found in search engine results.
- Average content optimization. We make an average with all the articles you optimized with Squirrly.
- Later this year, we plan on adding a Google Analytics integration. Right now, if this section is marked green, it means you have more than 1,000 visitors.
In this section, we look at:
- Meta Keywords
- Noindex Tags
- Duplicate Meta Tags
- Duplicate Titles
- Duplicate Descriptions
- Empty Titles
- Empty Descriptions
- Title tags
- Meta Descriptions
- Page Loading Time and many others.
- Meta Keywords
In the last few years, social signals have become more and more important for Google. That’s why we look at:
- Average shares for the latest posts
- Share Buttons
- Social Impact
- Open Graph protocol
- Twitter Card
- Follow Me Social Buttons.
One of the most important ranking factors remains – to this day – the number of quality backlinks you have to your site. Our site performance audit will tell you:
- How many high-authority backlinks you have for the latest posts
- The total of authority backlinks
- Moz Backlinks
- Whether you have NoFollow Links
- How many Outgoing doFollow links you have
- The number of Majestic Backlinks and Majestic Unique Domains.
Your website’s authority will determine how likely it is for your site to rank on the first pages of Google. We analyze the following aspects:
- Moz Page Authority
- Alexa Rank
- Domain Age.
There Are Thousands Of Websites Just Like Yours That Want To Be On The First Pages of Google. Do You Have What It takes to Outrank Them?
Create a Squirrly SEO account and you’ll receive your site performance audit.