Your Free SEO Review Pack
In recent weeks I have spent a lot of time researching the quality of SEO review packs available from different agencies.
These SEO review packs can cost anywhere between $199 to $800! and not a single review pack has included the depth of information that we give you for free. Yes, totally free with no strings attached and no commitment to sign up for our SEO or PPC services.
Let us explain and show you what you can expect to receive in the Free SEO Review pack.
What’s Included In The Free SEO Review Pack
Before we are able to carry out the review there are a few crucial bits of information we will ask. These help us produce analysis to greater depths and give us enough information to compare your business against your competitors (in the eye’s of the search engines)
- Your Website URL
- Your Target Location e.g. Country/City
- Keyword Ideas that you want to be ranked for
- Website URLs of any 3 competitors
From here we will send our systems running to produce a variety of different documents for you to analyse.
Let us take you through the files included in your review using one we did for Vodafone.
A Google Long Tail Report for your site.
Column A: All the words or phrases that Google currently recognises your website for.
Column B: The position that your website shows when that phrase is searched for
Column C: Approximately how many searches per month that particular phrase gets
Column D: Which page on your website does Google feel is the strongest for that search phrase
Column E: SEO difficulty to rank on page 1 for that keyword or phrase (Scale 0-100)
Column F: Does that keyword appear anywhere on the page that Google idenitifies as the strongest
Your Personal Content Editor
This tool is one of the most powerful content editors available today. The algorithm skims over all the best articles on Google for your particular keyword and produces a guide for you to write with.
This tool is available to all clients to use any number of times and we give you 1 for free as part of the review pack.
You can see the target keyword in the image above is ‘buy mobile phone’. The algorithm then gives us a guide on the right hand side on everything we should include. Such as the number of words, number of headings etc.
Under that it will list all the words that Google feels are important to include within an article focussed on this keyword and once you have included it, the red boxes turn green.
You can watch a detailed video about this tool below.
Your Competitor’s Paid Ads Data
The image above shows a file which you will receive if your competitors are engaging in paid advertising via Google Ads or other similar search engines.
With this you can see which keywords your competitors are targeting in order to build a list of keyword targets for your business.
Column B: All the words or phrases that your competitor is currently targeting and happy to pay for.
Column C: The title of the advert which searchers will see when they search the phrase in column B
Column D: Which page on your competitors website will a click for this keyword take the searcher.
Column E: Approximately how much searches does the keyword from Column B get per month
Column F: The difficulty score to rank for this keyword and compete for it on ads.
Column G: An approximate value of how much each click for this keyword could cost if we wanted to outbid your competitor.
Your Competitor’s Organic Ranking Data
The image above shows a snapshot of the file you receive which shows the keywords which your competitors are being ranked for organically. Similar to your long tail report but now of the competitor. You can use this to identify which keywords they are ranking well for and which page on their site is strong for that keyword… so you can produce something much much better!
Column B: All the words or phrases that Google currently recognises your competitors website for.
Column C: The position that their website is shown on when that phrase is searched for
Column D: Approximately how many searches per month that particular phrase gets
Column E: Which page on their website does Google feel is the strongest for that search phrase
Column F: SEO difficulty to rank on page 1 for that keyword or phrase (Scale 0-100)
Get Your Free SEO Review Pack Today
Simply send us an email or fill in the form on the right to get your free SEO review pack today. There is a lot you can learn about your site and your competitors’ sites to help you plan your next steps for your website and business.