Technical SEO Audit & Services

We help businesses understand what technical seo concerns are causing inefficiencies with Google crawling and ranking their website.

There are many aspects of SEO, the most common seo problems usually relate to technical SEO issues. Technical SEO includes any aspect of your website, that would keep Google from efficiently crawling and/or effectively understanding your website’s structure or content.

Executing a full technical SEO audit to uncover problems with your website’s technical elements and SERP listings, is the first step in the seo process towards optimizing your website to help you beat your competition.

We crawl your website – similar to how Google does – and extract over 90 SEO data points that correlate with crawl efficiencies and content effectiveness. Our technical search engine optimization specialist then analyze the data and build a report that outlines the data that was gathered, insights that we gained, and a prioritized list of recommendations to fix and optimize your website for users and search engines.

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Technical SEO Data Points

With our technical seo audit we check over 90 data points. They are segmented into 3 categories based on impact to both SEO and user experience. Below is a list of the majority of the seo data points we check.


  • 4xx errors
  • 5xx errors
  • Broken canonical URLs
  • Broken internal JavaScript and CSS files
  • Broken internal images
  • Broken internal links
  • Certificate Expiration
  • Certificate registered to incorrect name
  • DNS resolution issue
  • Duplicate content
  • Duplicate meta descriptions
  • Duplicate title tags
  • Hreflang conflicts within page source code
  • Incorrect pages found in sitemap.xml
  • Insecure encryption algorithms
  • Invalid robots.txt format
  • Invalid sitemap.xml format
  • Issues with hreflang values
  • Issues with incorrect hreflang links
  • Issues with mixed content
  • Large HTML page size
  • Meta refresh redirects
  • Missing canonical tags in AMP pages
  • Missing title tagsMultiple canonical URLs
  • Neither canonical URL nor 301 redirect from HTTP homepage
  • Non-secure pages
  • Old security protocol version
  • Pages not crawled
  • Redirect chains and loops
  • Slow page (HTML) load speed
  • Too large sitemap.xml
  • Viewport not configured
  • We couldn’t open the page’s URL
  • www resolve issues


  • Blocked internal resources in robots.txt
  • Broken external images
  • Broken external links
  • Doctype not declared
  • Duplicate content in h1 and title
  • Encoding not declared
  • Flash content used
  • Frames used
  • HTTP URLs in sitemap.xml for HTTPS site
  • HTTP encryption not used
  • Links lead to HTTP pages for HTTPS site
  • Long title element
  • Low text to HTML ratio
  • Low word count
  • Missing ALT attributes
  • Missing h1
  • Missing hreflang and lang attributes
  • Missing meta description
  • No SNI support
  • Nofollow attributes in outgoing internal links
  • Short title element
  • Sitemap.xml not found
  • Sitemap.xml not specified in robots.txt
  • Temporary redirects
  • Too large JavaScript and CSS total size
  • Too many JavaScript and CSS files
  • Too many URL parameters
  • Too many on-page links
  • Uncached JavaScript and CSS files
  • Uncompressed JavaScript and CSS files
  • Uncompressed pages
  • Underscores in URL
  • Unminified JavaScript and CSS files


  • Blocked by X-Robots-Tag: noindex HTTP header
  • Blocked external resources in robots.txt
  • Blocked from crawling
  • Broken external JavaScript and CSS files
  • Hreflang language mismatch issues
  • Multiple h1 tags
  • No HSTS support
  • Nofollow attributes in outgoing external links
  • Orphaned pages (Google Analytics)
  • Orphaned sitemap pages
  • Page Crawl Depth more than 3 clicks
  • Pages with only one internal link
  • Permanent redirects
  • Robots.txt not found
  • Slow avg. document interactive time
  • Too long URLs