Are we making use of the best technical SEO audit tools to optimize our websites?
All digital marketers must have the knowledge on how to perform a technical SEO site audit, yet doing it manually by hand is a time waste, rather relying on technical SEO audit tools to identify and sort out the very vital website issues which could negatively influence on search rankings.
To assist, I suggest some of the best technical SEO audit tools.
1. Google Search Console.
We can utilize this to confirm that Google’s web crawlers can access every pages on our site, make sure that fresh pages are being indexed when expected, and get notifications when Google identifies indexing or spam issues on our website.
This assists in visualizing how page load times are connected to the entire page size and the entire number of requests. Hence we will be able to implement the best step to enhance user experience for our visitors.
3. Screaming Frog.
Recognize damaged links on our website, look for pages with poor optimization or lacked metadata, create correct XML sitemaps which get our pages indexed quickly, identify and resolve damaged redirect chains, recognize duplicate pages, and more.
4. Page Modified.
This runs within the browser and gives the back-end computing resources required to scrape our site. The crawler diagnoses technical problems like damaged redirects, issues related to interior linking, canonical bugs, duplicate content, and problems with the XML site-map,
5. SEOmator Site Audit.
publishes a long list on the website of every problems which could be diagnosed by its web-based software. The list is categorized into 10 sectors that cover up the elements of technical, on-page and off-page SEO: They are
Crawler Report, Structured Data, HTML Tags, Page Speed, Internal Links, Content Quality, Backlinks, Social Media, Multilingual Support, Mobile Usability.
6. SEMrush Site Audit Tool.
It covers the whole section of technical SEO performance concerns when running a website audit. The primary variation between SEMrush and the other tools depends on it’s reporting and dashboarding capabilities.
7. Google PageSpeed Insights
One of the special things regarding this tool is that it finds the page speed by field data which it captures whenever anyone visits our website on Google Chrome. Field data shows the experiences of true users accessing our pages on true devices, giving very exact insight on how our optimizations affect true performance.
Then, let’s start to audit our websites and sort out the technical issues which negatively would impact our Search rankings. Now let me see you succeed after being aware of this.