Doing a webpage review is a free and simple way to ensure that the webpage is targeted for the appropriate keywords. Many webpage optimization factors can be changed quickly, while having a huge impact on the bottom line. It's free, try it.
London, UK (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
Having the website search engine optimized to be found in major search engines is crucial for most businesses in the 21st century. But how do you find out if a specific webpage has been created with search engines in mind?
SEO Specialist's new SEO review tool will make it quick and easy to review if a website is well optimized, while also giving straightforward advice if a web page is not search engine friendly.
Markus Jalmerot, the founder of SEO Specialist, explains why it can be beneficial for both large and small businesses to review if their webpages are search engine friendly once in a while.
Doing a webpage review is a free and simple way to ensure that the webpage is targeted for the appropriate keywords. Many webpage optimization factors can be changed quickly, while having a huge impact on the bottom line. It's a free tool, so why not try it?
What does the SEO review tool measure?
The website review tool has been created to quickly yet accurately review webpage titles, amount of indexed pages, text volume, text relevancy, headings, meta descriptions and image text. It also gives comments about risky top level domains that should be avoided, such as webpages that share IP address with other websites, or when relevant keywords are being used in the domain name or URL path.
SEO Specialist considers their webpage review tool to be unique by providing details about IP-address usage and comments about the chosen top level domain.
How is the SEO score calculated?
The maximum score in the automated webpage analysis is 100 points. Negative points are given for any factor considered to give a negative search engine ranking effect in Bing, Google or Yahoo.
Big issues such as missing to use the given keyword in a web page title gives over 10 points reduction, while smaller ranking elements such as sharing IP address with several other websites will give a smaller reduction. At the end, the amount of negative points is subtracted from the original total (100 points) and that is your final score.
Where is the limitation of this website review tool?
It’s usually more helpful to get a hands-on review from a SEO specialist, but this tool is currently being evaluated in beta testing.
Search engine optimization is complex and depends mainly on web page factors and link building. The results from the SEO review tool are based on a range of website factors, but link building factors are not taken into account.
Our SEO Specialists are constantly trying to improve this tool and would be keen to hear any kind of feedback or suggestions for improvement.
Want to learn more about what matters for search engine optimization?
Read SEO Specialist’s 50 page free guide to website optimisation, where all the most important steps in webpage optimisation are explained.
About SEO Specialist:
SEO Specialist is a SEO company in London with 8 years experience in search engine optimization, pay per click and online marketing.
SEO specialist offers many types of SEO services, ranging from SEO consultancy services to performance based SEO, link building, keyword research, multilingual SEO and search engine friendly copywriting.