How to Read Your SEO Page Analysis Report

Date: January 3, 2020 | Categories: ,

When CourseVector optimizes a page for a specific keyword, we do more than just interject the keyword into the content. We also change meta descriptions, add alt tags to images, add schema, add links, and more. This report utlizes a myriad of factors to determine an overall score for your page. The higher the score, the better your page will rank (generally).

Reading Your SEO Page Analysis Report


Because CourseVector uses a holistic approach to SEO, we utilize the page analysis as best we can be we do not take the page analysis as law. We must keep in mind that your website is developed to generate leads and be helpful to a user. Using our knowledge of SEO, user experience, and the imformation found in the page analysis is how we optimize a page. Keep this in mind when reading your page analysis report.

Page 2 of this report gives a general overview of what is to be found in the remaining of the report and breaks what needs fixed on page 3. The remaining report is, for the most part, self-explanatory as each section is labeled and includes explanations (in orange) for each of the ares of the report. As a general rule of thumb, the more green you see, the better that page has been optimized.


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Want to know more about your report? Contact us via your SEO ticket or via support@coursevector.com and one of our SEO experts will get back to you

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