A Mobile Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Approach
A good way to find out what you should be focusing on is to develop a full technical SEO audit check list to see how well your page is performing search engine optimization. This article can help you do that. We have developed this complete technical SEO audit check list to aid you work through any of the following areas: keyword density, page experience, and user experience. By the time you have finished reading this article you will understand each of these areas and how to improve your page performance.
One of the first areas we will look at in our technical audit checklist is keyword density. Yes, density is important. It’s a very common SEO topic. However, too much or too little keyword density can have a negative impact on search engine rankings. Your keywords should be used in such a way as to not generate a large amount of duplicate content, but at the same time it should be used enough that people can easily find your page. Many webmasters tend to use the word “often” or “always” when calculating keyword density.
Another area we will look at is page load time. It is extremely important that your page is working properly when someone visits it. Google sends an email to every visitor that arrives to your site with a metric called Aperture. If your page does not have a high aperture (high light level), it may not be rendering your page properly which can affect your conversions.
Once your page is rendering correctly, you should make note of any issues. You should log into the Google Analytics tracking platform and perform a search on your domain name. You should also perform a search on the page. This is just to make sure you did not misspell any of your keywords. If you do misspell a keyword, Google will stop tracking that search and will try another.
The next step is to go to the link below and click the “Start” button. Next you should go to the section where you can select the “Add Filter” option. Once you have done so, you should click the “New” button. You should then enter a name for your page in the Name to appear in the Title input box.
The next step is to run a search on Google to see if there are any major problems with your site. What you want to do here is enter a search phrase such as “SEO Audit” and “Fix Google Analytics.” Once you have done this, you will notice that there are some pop ups informing you that you have broken links, spammy links, duplicate content, spiders, and more. This will tell you that you will need to perform a SEO audit in order to fix these problems.
Now you have entered all of this information, you should go back to your browser and view your site. If everything looks fine then you know that you have done everything correctly. If anything is wrong then you should undo all of your changes to achieve the highest amount of success with your site. The last thing that you will want to do is to risk having broken links, spiders, technical audits, or any other type of technical audit that may prove to be beneficial to you at a later date.
The last step that you will want to take is to go to your Google Analytics account and review your site. From here you will be able to identify any of the elements that may be affecting your search engine ranking. In some cases, you will be able to make small changes to your website that will drastically improve the page rank and mobile friendliness. The last thing that you want to do is to risk the chance of removing keywords that are helping you generate traffic. To increase your chances of success you should be very methodical in the way that you proceed.