53 Point Technical SEO Checklist With Actionable Tutorials

Before we get started here are three things you must know about this checklist. Every check links to a detailed tutorial. This detailed tutorial covers 4 aspects of an SEO fix – what the fix is about?, Why this fix is important?, How to check for an issue? and How to fix the issue. So you will get the complete solution to your problem within each linked article. Each of these tutorials has a list of high-quality resources to help you learn more about

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Are All Pages Within 3 Clicks From The HomePage?

Why Is A Flat Site Architecture Important? Flat architecture is an important type of architecture for SEO and usability. Flat architecture is about having the most important links linked from the home or top level pages. Lesser the number of clicks needed to reach the product page flatter is the site architecture. Sometimes the most important high converting product pages are buried deep and this may result in the page not getting enough link juice to rank. One way to

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Actionable Ecommerce SEO Guide That Drives Free Traffic [2018]

In this complete Ecommerce SEO Guide, I will walk you through different SEO strategies you must use in order to get high traffic from search engines like Google and Bing. But before that, you must be firmly established on the great benefits of E-commerce SEO for your online store so that you can go ahead with learning Ecommerce SEO strategies with more enthusiasm and confidence. Why SEO Is Best Marketing Channel For An Online Store SEO drives the most amount of

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Are your mirror sites blocked from search engine access?

What Are Mirror Sites? Mirror sites are usually duplicate versions of your main website. They have a set of pages which are the exact copy of your main website. These set of pages are usually hosted on a separate domain or a subdomain within your site. There are few reasons such a site can occur. You might be testing one of your new designs on a live test environment on a subdomain and the development team forgot to block search engine

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Have You Implemented Noindex Tag On Content Which Doesn’T Need To Be Indexed?

If you have a site of few hundred pages then you might want have pages which exist with a sole purpose of serving the user. These pages might have very little content or even duplicate content. For instance, a live link which is the login page for your internal team or customer base might be a page which doesn’t have much content. A search or a filter page might need to be kept out of Google’s index as it leads

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Do All Your Pages have at least one internal link to it?

Links is one significant method search engine crawlers discover URLs. It crawls a page and follows the links which the page points too and so on. This is how the search engines build its huge index of web pages. When certain pages on your site don’t have a link pointing to them they lose out on the chance of being discovered. In certain cases, these pages might get discovered via an external link or sitemap but still these pages might

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If you are using a separate mobile site have you implemented the mobile markup?

You can divide all mobile sites into three categories Responsive – Where a single URL is served to both mobile and desktop users. The content and the elements are same irrespective of the user agent. Dynamic serving – Dynamic serving mobile sites also have a single URL but certain content and design aspects of its mobile version are served differently for better user experience. Mobile Separate URLs – Mobile Separate URLs is a complete website altogether. Here all content and

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Does your site have a TTFB below 500 ms?

What is Time To First Byte (TTFB)? Time To First Byte (TTFB) is the time it takes for a browser to receive the first byte from the time it places an HTTP request. Faster this information is passed on to the browser faster the information will be available to the user. For this, you must have your TTFB optimized and kept as low as possible. TTFB comprises of three different aspects. Each of these metrics adds up to give us a singular metric

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Is your dips in crawl rate justified?

Google bot crawls web pages in order to update its index with new and fresh content. This is measured in URLs crawled per second. When Google bot hits your website the rate at which it crawls your website should be optimal in order that your new content gets discovered without causing a load on your server. You can find the number of pages crawled per day in your search console reports. Understanding Crawl Reports Before we learn how to optimize

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Does Your Site Pages Have Unique H1 Tag?

What is a <h1> tag? <h1> tag is an HTML code which signifies the heading of the web page in concern. The <h1> usually represents the topic name of the web page. An HTML document has 6 basic heading tags. Each based on the level of importance of the sub-topic. As you can guess from the headings below the h1 is most prominent and will define what the content on the page will be about. Importance of having a unique H1 Tag? Ideally,

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