Small Seo Tools Website Audit

Welcome to the Small SEO Tools blog, where we write about search engine optimization. We cover all aspects of SEO, from the basics like what it is and how it works, to more advanced topics like keyword research and tracking your performance.

For all you newbies out there, here are some of our most popular posts that will get you up to speed on everything you need to know:

What is Search Engine Optimization?

This post covers what SEO is, how it works, and why it’s so important for anyone who’s looking to drive traffic to their website.

Small Seo Tools Website Audit

Website SEO Checker Tools - Get Your Free SEO Report & SEO Analysis

If you want to do an SEO audit, simply hire an expert. Problem solved!

(Just kidding.)

In all honesty, you’d be a fool to trust any service provider with the reputation of your brand without doing a little fact checking on your own. Click here to learn more about the top 3 reasons why you should do your own SEO audit.

Read on to learn a few tips that will help you perform an SEO Audit, no prior experience required.

1) Know What To Look For

Your SEO specialist should already be providing reports that cover the basics:

  • Keyword Placement
  • Google Page Rank (PR)
  • Link Reporting
  • Traffic Analysis
  • Leading Traffic Sources
  • Leading Entrance Pages

You should have plenty more information than what’s listed above. That is just a small fraction of what’s important. However, the first thing you want to do is run your own tests on the same information to check for consistency and accuracy. This way, you can quickly find out if your SEO specialist is more of a con-man than a trustworthy contractor.

2) Know Where To Look

mall SEO Tools is the leading resource for SEO Audit reporting because our tools are free and easy to use. Use the link analysis tool to find out how many backlinks are pointing to any given page on your website (test each page individually, because it’s not beneficial if all links direct only to your home page.) You can also use our tools to determine the Google Page Rank of any sites that do contain a backlink to your website, as well as if that page rank is legitimate or fake.

There’s no need to invest more money on an SEO audit, because the information you need is available for free. You can also use Google Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics to get most of the information you need. In fact, these free SEO tools are probably what your SEO person uses to generate your reports.

3) Know What To Expect

Hopefully, you’ve learned that “#1 spot in Google search results, overnight!” is a very bad idea and an unobtainable goal.

Hopefully, you already know that quality SEO is about maintaining a sustainable presence online, and how various elements often intersect.

Hopefully you have a sense of why link building should be done manually, and that publishing like-able or share-able content is the best way to generate high quality, authority backlinks.

Hopefully you understand that ranking on the front page for various search phrases is useless, and that identifying your highest value search phrases depends on search volume and conversion rate.

In other words, this section of the tutorial must be vague because no 2 website owners are looking for the same sets of specific information. However, in a nutshell you should know which information attracts your attention the most. This is what’s more important to you than anything else… the hardest part is deducing that information from a series of pie charts and numbers.

4) Know How To Apply That Information To an Actionable Plan

There should be good news, and bad news. This will only tell you what is working, and what isn’t. You’re very lucky if you have an SEO person who will already provide you with negative information and a list of suggested actions.

Unfortunately, most SEO providers are afraid that their clients will not understand what they do enough to forgive any “shortcomings” and will justify excluding certain information from SEO reports. In a sense, they are “beefing up the deliverables”.

Luckily, when you do your own SEO Audit you will always find areas that need improvement. Rather than feeling discouraged by weaknesses, simply call it to the attention of your SEO provider and (kindly) ask for help in finding a solution.

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Google Safe Browsing helps protect over four billion devices every day by showing warnings to users when they attempt to navigate to dangerous sites or download dangerous files. Safe Browsing also notifies webmasters when their websites are compromised by malicious actors and helps them diagnose and resolve the problem so that their visitors stay safer. Safe Browsing protections work across Google products and power safer browsing experiences across the Internet.

Our Transparency Report includes details on the threats that Safe Browsing identifies. The Transparency Report includes our Site Status diagnostic tool that you can use to see whether a site currently contains content that Safe Browsing has determined to be dangerous.


Safe Browsing protects Google and other products.

Chrome and Other Browsers

Chrome and other browsers use Safe Browsing to show users a warning message before they visit a dangerous site or download a harmful app. Our scanning infrastructure also protects the Chrome Web Store from potentially harmful extensions. Learn more


Users see a Safe Browsing message in Search results when Safe Browsing has found that the site they’re about to visit might be dangerous. Learn more


Safe Browsing protects Gmail users by identifying dangerous links in email messages and showing warnings if users click on them. Learn more


Google and Android security teams collaborated to develop an app scanning infrastructure that protects Google Play and powers Verify Apps to protect users who install apps from outside Google Play. Safe Browsing also protects Chrome users on Android by showing them warnings before they visit dangerous sites. Learn more


Google’s Ads Security team uses Safe Browsing to make sure that Google ads do not promote dangerous pages. Learn more


A history of safety

Safe Browsing launched in 2007 to protect users across the web from phishing attacks, and has evolved to give users tools to help protect themselves from web-based threats like malware, unwanted software, and social engineering across desktop and mobile platforms.

Our Safe Browsing engineering, product, and operations teams work at the forefront of security research and technology to build systems that help users protect themselves from harm. Check out our Research and the Google Security Blog for updates on Safe Browsing and other Google security technology.


Protection for all

To make the Internet safer for everyone, we’ve made Safe Browsing services free and publicly available for developers and other companies to use in their applications and browsers. Today, half the world’s online population is protected by Safe Browsing. If you are a developer and would like to protect your users from online threats, get started by visiting our API Documentation. If you are a webmaster, you can sign up for Google Search Console to receive notifications and help with security issues.API DOCUMENTATION


Safe Browsing gives users the ability to protect themselves from multiple types of unsafe sites and applications. Our policies help define the types of web threats about which Safe Browsing will notify users and webmasters.


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