An onpage SEO audit is the process of evaluating a website’s onpage elements in order to improve its organic search engine visibility and performance. Onpage elements include the website’s title tags, meta descriptions, header tags, images, internal and external links, and content.
The goal of an onpage SEO audit is to identify any potential issues that may be preventing the website from ranking higher in search engine results pages (SERPs), and then fixing those issues. By optimizing a website’s onpage elements, businesses can improve their chances of ranking higher for relevant keywords and driving more organic traffic to their website.
Using the website content audit tool is simple. Here's how to audit your content with the tool.
Enter the page url that you want to audit
Enter a keyword that you want the page to rank for
Click “Generate Audit”
Review the detailed report to understand what’s preventing your page from ranking
You can run multiple audits for different keywords in order to understand your content performance for multiple search queries.
There are a variety of insights you will receive about the web page you audit in the SEO tool. They include:
The “View Issues” section of the content audit will provide detailed instructions regarding the SEO issues on the page and why they do not meet SEO best practice. Follow the suggestions in the audit in order to improve content performance in organic search for the audited web page.
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