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Technical SEO services, arming you with a better understanding how to increase conversions and revenues.
Find opportunities for growth by uncovering issues that could be affecting organic visibility and traffic. Book an in-depth assessment of all on-page technical aspects that impact organic traffic, targeting issues related to crawling, indexation, and visibility.
What is Technical SEO?
Technical SEO is about laying the foundation work to allow for the content to perform at its maximum capacity in organic search without the influence of external factors such as inbound links. It's about delivering the content to the visitors first and the search engines second. It means that visitors and search engines can visit and browse your website without hindrance, blockages and impaired performance. If Technical SEO was a car it would be the chassis, the engine, and the wheels all being expertly maintained by F1 mechanics. The driver would be the content, having the ride of his life.
How can Technical SEO help you?
Technical SEO helps visitor user experience, it helps visitors navigate freely around your website without any technical or performance hindrance. If you're finding that repeat visitor numbers are decreasing it could point to an underlying technical issue such as page speed performance or poorly implemented framework revisions. Those snags can hit your bottom line hard. Technical SEO is about detecting those underlying issues and prioritising in effectiveness the order of resolution. The results being improved website performance, an increase in conversions and an uplift on your bottom line.
On-Site Technical Auditing
Uncovering the issues that could be impacting on your bottom line do not have to be time-consuming. Performing an on-site technical SEO can be completed within a matter of hours or a few days. Our time-served Tech SEO Consultants will perform a thorough deep analysis of the site to uncover the obstacles past and present that represent a threat to the performance in Organic Search. Deep tool-led scans and onsite diligence will identify those kinks in the chain. From indexing, semantic markup, server performance and information architecture. If it's a problem we'll find it and show you and your team how to fix it.
Expert Technical SEO audit to improve your website's conversions
Unlock the full potential of your content and products, arm yourself with a detailed analysis to see if your website is fit for purpose. You could have the best content writers in the world working for you, but if the content is falling at the first hurdle that could be costly and detrimental to your brand. Give them the credit they deserve by ensuring that their content is discoverable for potential visitor and fully search engine friendly.
Going over whole checklist of best practices to ensure your website is on the path to being fully-optimized, ready to move up the search rankings. We'll also conduct manual sense checking that auditing tools can often miss.
Performing an technical SEO audit requires an in-depth look at from every imaginable angle. Deciphering what tasks need doing in order of priority, and impact level. We will provide you with a detailed analysis, firstly outlining the issues, providing actionable recommendations to address them.
Search Engines will only index pages their algorithm's deem of some to the Search Engine users. Your website could be losing out on valuable organic traffic simply because there's too many pages on your website, exceeding your (current) allotted Google crawl budget. We will help you identify and overcome any indexing issues your website may be experiencing. Pro Tip: Look in Google Search Console at the Index Status report. Does that count match the pages served up on your website or in the XML sitemap?
Blocked & Near-duplicate URLs
A common issue found on medium-to-large websites is blocked off resources and near-duplicate URLs. Overzealous developers can often block Googlebot from areas of the site that contain important information and resources. As a result, those areas of the website will not get indexed. Which translates into lost opportunities. Another issue is near-duplicate URLs, 2 or more pages with nearly identical content. E-commerce sites frequently run into those snag with pagination, reviews, sort, limit and order functionality.