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Facebook Open Graph Tags

Does Your Competitors Have OG Tags: Some
  • Your Tags =
  • Target Tags = Facebook OG Metatags Found
Step 1: Implement Open Graph
In every page that has og markup it must include 4 of the og: property types to be valid:
  • og:title
  • og:image
  • og:url
  • og:type
Step 2: View Examples of OGP
FB Open Graph details and property examples:
Step 3: Analyzed The Comps OG Tags
SITE Open Graph Markup
https://www.myassignmentexpert.com/ <meta content="website" property="og:type"/>
https://www.assignmentexpert.com/
https://www.myassignmenthelp.com/experts/

Safe Search Violation

Your Competitors SafeSearch Violations = 0
  • Your Safe Search Violations = []
  • Target Safe Search Violations = 0
Step 1: Remove offensive language
Search engines will filter out sites and or decrease rankings if offensive language is found. It will also be excluded from anyone results who have turned on these filters.You dont want to eliminate any potential website visitors.

Mobile Speed Score

Your Competitors Average Mobile Speed Score = 0.61
  • Your Mobile Score = 0.03
  • Target Mobile Score = 0.65
Step 1: Responsive Design
Your website and all its content should scale for any device and resolution regardless of device. Statistics show the last 3 years more mobile visits to websites than desktops. Visit these sources to help understand how to make it work:
Step 2: DNS Speed
Not all DNS providers are the same, while they provide the same service of connection the performance is unique. Every millisecond counts when dealing with website visitors and bounce rates. Fixing your DNS speed can be a bit tricky and will take trial and error. Start by having premium DNS. Consider a service like https://www.cloudflare.com/dns/ or a decent web hosting provider that includes faster DNS connects like DigitalOcean.com. Don't use shared hosting they are much slower then a VPS which you can utilize for about the same price of a virtual private server (VPS).
Step 3: Content Delivery Networks
Just like DNS providers every CDN has different speeds due to where caches/sites are located and as your user base grows from different locations of your country or countries you want to provide them with adequate speeds otherwise you will see higher bounce rates in those areas. Cloudflare CDN, or if you host on DigitalOcean.com they have a CDN for $5.00 per month called spaces.
Step 4: Notes & Tips
All of the items inside of the FMPS also affects your mobile score so make sure those items are optimized!
  • Lazy load images properly: How To Lazy Load Images
  • Use the proper image formats. SVG images are normally lighter in weight and scale to size. But utilize the fastest format possible. Other fast formats include Google's webP and some PNG's
  • Use a VPS or dedicated web hosting providers
  • Other items that affect your speed will be covered in other sections of this audit such as AMP, Caching, and Compression

Canonical URL

Your Competitors Average Canonical URL Found = Some
  • Your Canonical = Canonical Found
  • Target Canonical Status = Found
Step 1: Add Preferred Canonical URL
Simply add link <href="https://www.your_website_url_for_this_page.com" rel="canonical"/> with or without the www to the head portion of your page and you are done.

Robots.txt

Your Competitors Robots Found In: NONE
  • Your Robots = Not Found
  • Target Robots = Found
Step 1: Add A Robot.txt File
Simply open up a notepad and add the following text to it:

User-agent: *
Disallow:

Now save it under the name robots.txt and store it in the root of your file server. To better understand why using a Robots is of benefit and how to implement different flags and options checkout:
Step 2: Implement Robots in Metatags
Another option is to set the directives at the page level as explained in Googles documentation here:

First Meaningful Paint Speed

Your Competitors Average First Meaningful Paint Speed Score = 0.93
  • Your FMP Speed Score = 1.4
  • Target FMP Speed Score = 0.8
Step 1: Compress ALL Files
Your site doesn't load important content faster then the top ranking sites begin by minifying all files. The following is a list of files needing compression:
Images:
Step 2: Combine CSS
Consider combining non-critical CSS and utilizing JS to load them once the page has rendered by using the below code(replace the path and name of the l.href item with your actual combined css path and file name)
  • <script> var criticalCSS = function () { var l = document.createElement('link'); l.rel = 'stylesheet'; l.href = 'COMBINED_CSS_FILE/combined.css'; var h = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]; h.parentNode.insertBefore(l, h); }; var raf = requestAnimationFrame || mozRequestAnimationFrame || webkitRequestAnimationFrame || msRequestAnimationFrame; if (raf) raf(criticalCSS); else window.addEventListener('load', criticalCSS); </script>
Step 4: Server Upgrade
Consider getting a system with more ram, cpu processors and or add load balancing to improve speed.

Content Word Count

Your Competitors Average Content Word Count: 3402
  • Your Content Word Count =2340
  • Target Word Count = 3742
Step 1: Research & Add Longer Quality Content
Research shows longer content from 700 words and up do best on Google: You want to analyze the top website results for your keyword and take note of the following within their content:
  • Weak and strong parts of content
  • How they use media, bullet points and tabs to break up the content
  • Outbound and Internal linking
  • How many times they used the keyword or LSI in question if any?
  • You want to now utilize all common themes and write 10% more then the average of the top sites which is 3742 words. Make sure you fill in those weak points you noted while being as strong as they are where they shine.
Step 2: Eliminate the Curse of Knowledge
We wrote a guest post on exactly this topic because the easier it is to digest your content the faster you gain user trust and potential shares. The post can be found on the content tutorial website:

Twitter Card Tags

Does Your Competitors Have Twitter Cards Tags: Some
  • Your Tags = No Twitter Cards
  • Target Tags = Twitter Card Metadata Found
Step 1: Add Twitter Cards
Simply copy and edit our set of cards with your data and place it in the head portion of your HTML:
<meta name="twitter:card" content="summary"/>
<meta name="twitter:description" content="Twitter FIGHT (analysis) which shows your user versus another competes. Check this Twitter audit for twitter engagement, follower counts and daily post average. The BEST social media marketing tool ever!"/>
<meta name="twitter:title" content="Twitter FIGHT - twitter analysis for tweet engagement & follower count comparison"/>
<meta name="twitter:image" content="https://whoranksfor.com/static/img/How-to-use-twitter.png"/>
<meta name="twitter:site" content="WhoRanksFor.com"/>
<meta name="twitter:creator" content="@WhoRanksFor"/>
Step 2: Validate Twitter Cards
Twitter has a great free tool:
Step 3: Analyzed The Comps Twitter Tags
SITE Twitter Card Markup
https://www.myassignmentexpert.com/ <meta content="summary_large_image" name="twitter:card"/>
https://www.assignmentexpert.com/ None
https://www.myassignmenthelp.com/experts/ None

EST: Backlink Count

Your Competitors EST: Backlink Average = 36328
  • Your Backlink Count = 3327
  • Target Backlink Count = 39958
Step 1: Build Quality Backlinks
Only put effort into getting backlinks that are relevant, have higher PA scores and receive traffic. Backlinking is about quality NOT quantity! Your backlink profile should look naturally occurring and have a variety of text and formats. Never put effort into 'No-Follow', profile, or comment type backlinks unless they have real traffic or contribute to the conversation from a perspective of more then link value.
Step 2: Backlink Variation Ideas
Have more backlinks with variations which ensures a more natural appearance. Continue to build backlinks passively to gain better rankings and leads.
  • Non-branded keyword with or without URL in the front or end of anchor
  • Branded keyword with/without URL in front or end of anchor
  • URL only - with or without brand
  • Image/Infographic Backlink
  • LSA with or without URL, with/without brand in front or end of anchor text
  • No-follow/do-follow
Step 3: Acquisition Ideas
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  • Guest post on sites that have website traffic, most of these will charge a fee but it can be worth it due to the exposure of your brand and expertise to a new audience. If you can't afford it try exchanging blog post but with a 3rd party blog not with the same one
  • Find broken links and let the web master/site owner know
  • Share articles with influencer's who share similar content. Some may charge a fee and some are worth it.
  • Set up a round table experts content post and most will share it on their web page and social media sites
  • Donate media projects; create infographics/images/video for a relevant pages which have poor or no graphics on it. Explain how this will help their page.
  • Find guest post opportunities which you can use found through our Guest Post Search Engine