An on-page SEO audit can help you determine what on-page elements may be preventing your web pages from ranking higher in organic search results. A site auditor tool will crawl the HTML elements of your web pages, like title tags, meta descriptions, images, links, and content, and help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your website.
The goal of an on-page SEO audit is to troubleshoot potential issues that may be preventing better keyword rankings in search engines. Our audits provided guided recommendations for where to repair fixes on your web pages and what changes or updates to make in order to improve your ranking potential.
Using the on-page audit tool is simple:
Enter the web page url
Enter a target keyword
Review the audit and follow recommended fixes
In your SearchAtlas dashboard, you can audit a web page for multiple keywords in order to understand your content performance for multiple search queries.
Your on-page SEO audit will provide metrics regarding the following content areas:
On-page audits in SearchAtlas also provide you the opportunity to view issues more closely and see recommended fixes. Click the “View Issues” to get more detailed insights on possible changes you might want to make to your on-page content.
If you would like to audit your entire website, register for SearchAtlas to get access to our powerful site auditor tool. Our site auditor crawls every web page and provides a detailed report on your technical SEO health, as well as recommended fixes to improve search engine visibility.