A website audit is a great way to uncover areas on your website that need improving.
We’ll look at a handful of key pages on your website e.g. home, blog post etc. based on your analytical data.
The audit will primarily focus on two areas – performance and digital sustainability with recommendations being made for both developers and content editors.
What you’ll get at the end of the audit:
- An itemised list of areas for improvement
- Items marked by discipline – either development or content
- Items highlighting impact and difficulty level
You can then use your audit to guide developers and content editors to make improvements or if applicable you can hire me to make the updates.
If you’re interested in the type of things that might be uncovered on your website, I’ve written a blog post analysing the carbon footprint of 3 websites in the climate space.
What does the audit cover
What to expect
Ahrefs site audit has returned a health score of 94% and no technical SEO issues and everything looks to be working – thank you for another incredibly smooth project, Rob!