SEOquake – Quick SEO Audit with Diagnosis Tool
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SEOquake – Quick SEO Audit with Diagnosis Tool


Understanding the health of your domain is
one of the most important aspects of SEO optimization. SEOquake gives users the ability to run a
quick page audit diagnosis straight from our tool. This video will demonstrate just how
easy it is to run a quick SEO audit with SEOquake and how you can use this to optimize your
sites SEO. In this video you will be able to identify
your errors and warnings. You can determine the solution to your webpages issues and you
can review your pages mobile and desktop compliance. There are two ways in which you can access
the SEOquake diagnosis tool. The first way is by clicking on the SEOquake logo located
in the top right corner of your search bar, from there you can click on the diagnosis
tab at the top of SEOquake settings. The other way to access the diagnosis tool is to simply
right click on the page that you want to run a quick audit on and move your cursor over
the selection box to where you see SEOquake, following the arrow and selecting “Diagnosis.” Once you click on diagnosis tab, you will
be taken directly to SEOquake’s diagnosis page. Right from the start you can see at
the top of the page SEOquake identifies the errors, warnings, as well as “passed”
issues. Errors are those issues that are going to have a negative impact on your SEO, Warnings
are issues that while at this moment are okay they may be errors in the future and finally
passed issue are just issues that are good and won’t harm your SEO. Located to the
right of warnings is the chance to get an even more in depth site audit up to 100 pages
provided by SEMrush. When you scroll down the page you can see
a list of all of the individual issues pulled by SEOquake. Next to each issue listed, you
can see a brief description from SEOquake explaining why this issue was marked as either
an error, warning or passed. If an issue is marked as error or warning, SEOquake will
show you a short suggestion on the best way you can go about fixing it. You may notice
that Meta Keywords are not labeled as either error, warning or passed. This is because
over the past, many sites have tried to take advantage of this tag so now it no longer
affects your search rankings the way it use to in the past. Located to the right of your page analysis
you will see a small drop down menu labeled “tips”. Here you will be able to see short
descriptions from SEOquake on ideas that are generally used to fix that specific issue
and improve your SEO. For example, when looking at the diagnostics for your webpage’s “title,”
you can see that SEOquake labeled it as a warning. By clicking on the tips drop down
menu you will be able to see a description of the best way to optimize your title in
order to the results from warning to passed. In this case it is adding more characters
to the length of your title. SEOquake breaks down each of the site issues
into three separate sections: Page Analysis, Mobile Compliance and Site Compliance. Page
analysis includes all of the issues that would affect your sites SEO regardless of whether
or not it is being viewed on desktop or mobile. Mobile compliance are the issues that are
strictly going to affect your page’s SEO only when a user is viewing it on a mobile
device. For example, meta viewport is what allows your site to be viewed with the correct
dimensions for a mobile device. Without this viewport, your site will automatically render
to the typical desktop size. Lastly, site compliance groups all of the technical issues
that help in rendering your content for SEO optimization. As always please feel free to watch our other
SEOquake videos to learn more about this wonderful tool.

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