Assess your technical SEO fitness
Having a website is a great way to reach your audience online. However, it is important to maintain your site to keep it in ship shape. This means creating new content on a regular basis, but also keeping an eye on your technical SEO. Are search engines still able to crawl your pages? Are you using the right structured data? Is your site mobile-friendly and fast enough to compete with others? Take our technical SEO fitness quiz to find out where you stand and what you can work on:
Are you wondering whether you’re SEO fit on all fronts? Check out our SEO content fitness quiz to see how your content is holding up and what you can do to get SEO content fit!
Learn more about technical SEO
We offer an online technical SEO training course that dives into the technical side of SEO. This may seem daunting, but this course helps you understand exactly how it works and what you can do to optimize your technical SEO. Which makes your website more accessible for both site visitors and search engines. So check out this course or go through a few of our many blog posts on technical SEO:
- What’s technical SEO? 8 technical aspects everyone should know
- WordPress SEO: the definitive guide
- The ultimate guide to structured data with Schema.org
- The ultimate guide to robots.txt
- The ultimate guide to rel=canonical
- The ultimate guide to hreflang
Besides these guides, we have lots of other blog posts that go into more specific parts of technical SEO.
Technical SEO tools
There are also a lot of tools that you can use to work on your technical SEO. Check out our list of favorite SEO tools or read more about a few of the most important tools for technical SEO here:
Yoast SEO handles a lot of the technical stuff for you. It doesn’t matter whether you know about robots.txt, .htaccess files, clean permalink URLs or sitemaps – Yoast SEO makes sure your technical configuration rolls out the red carpet for search engines. Read more about Yoast SEO and its features.
Google Search Console
Google Search Console has been created to easily track the performance of your website. You can get valuable insights out of your Google Search Console account which means that you can see what part of your website needs work. Read more about Google Search Console.
PageSpeed Insights powered by Google Lighthouse
PageSpeed Insights is one of the most used site speed analysis tool out there. It gives recommendations and identifies opportunities to improve the performance of your page. This tool is powered by Lighthouse, a page experience tool that executes five audits for accessibility, performance, SEO, Progressive Web Apps and an extended list of best practices. Read more about Google Lighthouse and PageSpeed Insights.
Rich Results Testing Tool
Google’s Rich Results Testing Tool helps you check your pages to see if they have valid structured data applied to it and if they might be eligible for rich results. Not only that, but you’ll also find which rich results the page is eligible for and get a preview of how these would look for your content. Read more about Google’s Rich Results Testing Tool.
Tools for sitespeed
Site speed is one of the factors which determines whether you get a good ranking in Google. A fast website provides a good user experience and can be easier to crawl, process and index for search engines. There are lots of tools that can help you optimize your site speed, depending on your site. Read more about these tools to improve site speed.