Website Audit Report


A website audit report will be your digital sidekick, uncovering secret shortcuts and turbocharging your online presence, turning your website into a sleek, high-speed rocketship that blasts past the competition!

Ready to unlock the mysteries of your website’s performance and discover its hidden potential? My team of digital detectives will dive deep into the digital depths, analysing everything from your website’s SEO mojo to its user experience flair.

We’ll leave no pixel unturned as we assess key areas like site speed, mobile responsiveness, SEO friendliness, content quality, security measures, and more! But wait, there’s more! Our detailed report won’t just give you the lowdown on your website’s current state – it’ll also serve up a feast of actionable insights and recommendations, turning your website into a lean, mean, digital machine that’s ready to conquer the online universe!


During a website audit, several factors are typically assessed, including:

  1. Technical Analysis: This involves evaluating the website’s technical aspects, such as page load speed, mobile-friendliness, URL structure, broken links, and HTML/CSS validation. The goal is to ensure the website is functioning properly and optimised for search engines.
  2. SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Evaluation: This involves analysing the website’s visibility in search engine results and identifying opportunities to improve its ranking. It includes assessing keyword usage, meta tags, headers, content quality, backlinks, and other SEO-related factors.
  3. Content Review: This involves evaluating the website’s content for relevancy, quality, uniqueness, and engagement. The audit assesses whether the content aligns with the target audience’s needs, is well-structured, and effectively conveys the intended message.
  4. User Experience (UX) Assessment: This involves examining the website’s usability and user-friendliness. The audit may evaluate navigation, user interface design, accessibility, mobile responsiveness, and overall user satisfaction.
  5. Conversion Analysis: This involves analysing the website’s conversion funnel and identifying potential barriers or areas for improvement. It includes evaluating call-to-action buttons, forms, landing pages, and overall conversion rates.
  6. Analytics and Performance Measurement: This involves reviewing website analytics data to understand user behavior, traffic sources, and engagement metrics. The audit may assess the accuracy of tracking codes and the effectiveness of performance measurement tools.


The 60-70 page audit report typically includes a detailed breakdown of the site’s strengths and weaknesses, along with recommendations for how to address the identified issues and improve the site’s overall performance.

Stop guessing about what’s wrong with your website and get a comprehensive, jargon-free report instead.

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