What is Woorank?
WooRank Group Buy is an online tool that helps you monitor and evaluate your site’s benchmarks. It then grabs your site’s benchmarks on a 100-point scale, and gives you feedback on the errors. Modifications and additions to the website can be more standard.
With Woorank, you can be optimally assessed the main parts of the website such as:
After completing the evaluation, Woorank will return the results of your website evaluation to know what your website needs and what is missing. If your website is over 50 points then it means your website is in the right direction but still needs to be optimized.
Woorank’s evaluation criteria are divided into three main parts:
Optimize Set criteria for important issues that are needed to optimize the system.
Give some additional criteria that are encouraged to perform to improve the competitiveness of the website.
Measure (Criteria for evaluation):
Giving criteria on the number of visits, rankings of the website
In addition to using online by visiting Woorank’s homepage, you can use the addon installed on your browser, helping you optimize the website anytime, anywhere.
Optimizing standard Seo Website full set with WooRank
As mentioned above, Woorank’s evaluation criteria are divided into three main sections: Optimize, Promote, and Measure, and we will explore each criterion individually. Please
Within this criterion is further divided into five smaller criteria: Seo, Mobile, Usability, Technologies, Crawl Errors. Of which, the two criteria Seo and Mobile are the most important so that I will go into these two.
Title Tag: Title tag must contain keywords; a good website must automatically change this tag as you wish to be able to change the keywords you want SEO. Each page of the site must have different title tags.
Meta Description: Meta tag, this is a tag that describes the information of the page, this tag is from 150 to 170 characters long, it contains the keywords you want SEO and must allow changes in the site because each page must have different descriptions…
Google Preview: This is an example of how the title tag and meta tag will look in Google search results. The title and meta tags are truncated if they are too long, as it is limited to the number of characters.
Headings: Headings tags: are the tags featured on the site. These tags must contain keywords.
Never duplicate content in the title tag. It is important to ensure each page has a <H1> tag, not more. Instead, use multiple <H2> – <H6> tags.
Keywords Cloud: Provides an insight into the frequency of the use of keywords on the page. There are several online keyword research tools available to help you choose the right keywords.
Keyword Consistency: This table emphasizes the importance of consistency with your use of keywords. To improve the chances of ranking well in search results for a particular keyword, make sure to include it in some or all of the following: page URL, page content, title tag, tags meta, header tags, image alt attributes, internal text anchor links, and backlink anchor text.
Alt Attribute: will check if all images of the website have alternative text (alt attributes). Alt-text is used to describe images to give search engine crawlers more information to help them understand models, which can help images appear in image search results. By Google.
Text / HTML Ratio: is the percentage of words on the web, web pages containing many words will be more appreciated. A ratio of 25 to 70 percent is ideal. When it exceeds that rate, this site is at risk of being considered spam.
Indexed Pages: This is the number of pages that Google has indexed on your website. It is essential to aim for all pages to be crawled and indexed on search engines, as this offers more opportunities for the site to be found.
XML Sitemap: Make sure the site has an XML sitemap and has submitted it to major search engines. Building backlinks within the site will also help the program to identify and crawl while building authority to help them rank in search engines.
Mobile Friendliness: A Google algorithm to rank websites on search results. Advantages of standard web Mobile Friendliness:
Works well on any device
More friendly website
Provide users with a better experience
Google can optimize bugs and accurately evaluate your rankings and reduce working time.
Mobile Rendering: This is a site that is well used on popular mobile devices today. Use an analytics tool (Chrome DevTools) to track the mobile usage of your website.
Touchscreen Readiness: Ensure that the elements on the web page are large enough (at least 48 pixels in height and width) so that the user can press quickly. It is also essential to provide extra horizontal and vertical space around the element of your site (at least 32 pixels) to prevent users from accidentally hitting the wrong target.
Mobile Compatibility: The website does not embed any unique content into the website, such as Flash, Silverlight, or Java, so that the website content can be accessed. All of the equipment.
Font size Legibility: The text on the website is too small for mobile devices, first make sure that the viewport configuration is correct by following the recommendations below:
Use a fixed font size of 16 pixels CSS.
Use the size relative to the baseline size to determine print size.
The general recommendation for spacing between characters is 1.2em.
Limit the number of fonts used and the font size.
Mobile Viewport Pages that are optimized for display on mobile devices should include a meta viewport in the header of the device identification document.