Government websites have unique DNA. They have everything that a commercial website would dream about - unique content, .gov backlinks, .edu backlinks, and thousands of it all - but, without any of the things that often saturate a commercial website.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
When most people hear "audit" and "government" in the same sentence, it sends shivers down their spine. And, rightfully so. But, one Utah search engine optimization company, SEOnational.com, is looking to turn the tables. The company recently launched a campaign that dives deep into the webpage structure of government entities.
Founder and President, Damon Burton, comments, "We are always innovating ways to share with the public our extensive expertise in the field of search engine optimization. We figured that by breaking down the on-page optimization of government websites would showcase our knowledge in a way that no one has done before." He continues. "Government websites have unique DNA. They have everything that a commercial website would dream about - pages of unique content, .gov backlinks, .edu backlinks, and thousands of it all - but, without any of the things that often saturate a commercial website."
Being an SEO company in Utah they decided to start their government marketing reviews locally. The first two government reviews consisted of Utah SEO and Layton SEO official website audits. And audits they were, indeed.
The audits consist of a systematic review of on-page optimization, as well as off-page variables. The company then reviews the results via screencast in a video presentation format. The transparency and details of the audit is astounding. The list of items reviewed is extensive.
- html validation
- css validation
- referring domains
- broken links
- page errors
- title tags
- meta descriptions
- image alt tags
- heading tags
- and much more
With experience in internet marketing dating back as far as 1998, this search engine optimization team has established quite a success record. Additionally, the success that SEOnational.com has received from these reviews has encouraged them to launch a free SEO website audit tool to the public.
Mr. Burton remarks. "The interest in our detailed approach to auditing websites has been received with incredible positivity. We plan on providing these website audits for the foreseeable future."
For more information on SEO National's government audit campaign visit http://www.SEOnational.com. Companies interested in a consultation are also encouraged to call 1-855-SEO-NATL (1-855-736-6285).