Check your Website’s SEO
Technical SEO is essential for ensuring that your website is search engine-friendly, properly indexed, and performs well in search engine rankings. Whitehatseo will optimize the technical aspects, improving your website’s chances of being discovered by search engines and delivering a positive user experience. In order to increase a website’s exposure and ranks, Whitehatseo refers to ethical and best-practice strategies that are compliant with search engine recommendations.
When it comes to Technical SEO, Whitehatseo will help you in several ways:
What is Technical SEO? Basics and 7 Best Practices.
Technical SEO Check List
Using HTTPS is a crucial aspect of Technical SEO. HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) encrypts the communication between a user's browser and a website, ensuring that sensitive data remains secure. Implementing an SSL certificate and transitioning to HTTPS not only provides a secure browsing experience for users but also benefits your website's search engine rankings.
Fix Crawl Errors
Fixing crawl errors is an essential aspect of Technical SEO. Crawl errors occur when search engines encounter issues accessing and indexing your website's pages. By identifying and resolving these errors, you ensure that search engines can effectively crawl and index your content, leading to improved visibility and rankings.
Fix Broken Links
To fix broken links on your website, start by conducting a thorough link audit to identify any broken or dead links. Once identified, update or remove these broken links to ensure a smooth user experience. Consider implementing proper redirects (such as 301 redirects) for any URLs that have changed or pages that have been removed.
Fix HTTP links on HTTPS pages
Fixing HTTP links on HTTPS pages is essential for ensuring a secure and seamless browsing experience for your website visitors. Start by conducting a thorough audit of your website to identify any instances of HTTP links. Update these links to use the secure HTTPS protocol to avoid mixed content warnings and potential security risks.
Improve the Site Speed
Fix redirect chains & loops
To fix redirect chains and loops on your website, you need to simplify and streamline your URL redirections. Identify the URLs involved in the chains or loops and update the redirects to directly point to the final destination URL. Use proper HTTP status codes (301 for permanent redirects, 302 for temporary redirects) and ensure the correctness of the redirects through thorough testing.