Unamo on-page optimization check (or SEO audit) is not a full website crawl. You can, however, make unlimited checks of how well specific pages of your site are optimized.

The Section can be found in the left sidebar under TOOLS > Optimization.

After entering the module, you can see a list of all the recently done checks along with their results, i.e. score, issues, keywords added and the time of the last check of the page.

Step no 1: Adding the URLs to the optimization check

In order to create a new check all you have to do it select "+New optimization check" in the top right-hand corner.

If, for instance, you wanted to check how well unamo.com/blog was optimized, you would need to add every article / subpage separately, e.g.

  • unamo.com/blog/
  • unamo.com/blog/seo/
  • unamo.com/blog/seo/valentines-day-many-reasons-use-seasonal-seo
  • unamo.com/blog/seo/everybody-putting-needles-google-reasonable-point-view-seo¬†

Step no 2 (optional): Adding the keywords to see how well the site is optimized for them

By adding keywords to the check, you can see how well a specific landing page / article is optimized for those keywords specifically.

Step no 3: Receiving the score of the optimization

After adding the URL and keywords (if desired) you're receiving a score and the list of issues you may want to consider looking at closely.

Every issue has a different severity as not every error will influence your site in the same way. We divide the issues into:

  • major
  • moderate
  • minor

The score, on the other hand, is a calculation on the 0-100 scale. 100% score means we haven't found any issues on your site.

Please note, however, that our list of errors / issues is limited and our score doesn't mean your site is flawless and has no other issues aside from the ones we check with our audit.

Step no 4: Reviewing your SEO audit report

After clicking on the URL you'll be taken to a report with all the errors you may consider taking a closer look at. In the report you'll also see those issues that the page your checking doesn't face.

Explanation of each on-page optimization element can be found on our University (click on the link to go straight to the article on the chosen issue)

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