Optimizing your website for search visibility is hard. We’re here to help.
Doing Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on your website requires attention to lots of different details, as well as an understanding of the big picture.
Our website audits are designed to help website owners that don’t have the resources of an in-house web development team understand SEO, and start to make concrete, measurable improvements.
We’ll work with you to understand your objectives, and personally walk you through the results of your audit on a live Zoom call, with plenty of time for Q&A.
Essential SEO Audit
Growth SEO Audit
Audit Strategy Call
Hear from previous customers
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“Blue Hills Digital has been helping me with my website and online presence for my language school. Ed has been a great listener, consultant, and website expert. I am excited with the progress we have made in such a short time and am looking forward to continuing to work together.”
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“I really enjoy working with Ed because he meets me where I’m at, making suggestions that help me better understand how to generate more sales within a realistic budget. He also offered a lot of support around online marketing strategies, as well as improving SEO, and using Google analytics and other data tools. I would highly recommend Ed as a consultant, and will seek him out again as my company grows.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the SEO Audit deliverables?
After your audit is complete and we’ve met on Zoom to review the results, we will share three items for you to keep:
- a detailed technical website health audit report (PDF),
- a copy of the slide deck used to present your audit results during our video call (PDF), and
- a private link to a recording of our video call, in case you want to share with other team members or review the conversation later.
How long will the website audit take?
Most website audits are completed within two weeks of the order being placed. The exact timing depends on how quickly you respond to our onboarding questionnaire, and on when you schedule your audit review call.
Do you need administrator access to our website?
No, we do not need to access the “back-end” or administrator dashboard of your website. You will not need to share any sensitive login credentials, usernames or passwords with us.
How does the review call work?
We conduct our website audit review calls via Zoom. We will provide an online scheduling link after you place your order to allow you to select a date and time that works for you. Calls are scheduled for 45 minutes (Essentials) or 90 minutes (Growth), and will be recorded unless you prefer we not record the call.
Can you help me fix problems identified in the audit?
During our audit review call we will do our best to help you understand your options for addressing any problems identified in your audit. Every website is different, and every owner has different resources and priorities!
If you are interested in working with us to help implement specific fixes or to work with you on a strategy for website development let us know and we will either provide a quote or help you find another professional who can support you.
Is there a limit on how many pages you can audit?
Our Working Website Audit service is designed to provide actionable feedback for owners of small and medium-sized websites. We can crawl and provide a technical audit of sites with up to 1,000 pages. However for larger sites, we will focus our user experience audit on 3-5 high priority pages on your website. We may contact you as we prepare the audit report to gather more information about which pages are most important to your business.
What tools do you use?
We use several professional tools to evaluate website health, speed, usability, and search visibility. We will also spend time on your website itself, both on desktop and mobile devices. If you’re interested in learning more about the tools we use, send us a message and we can answer your questions!
Is there a discount for nonprofit organizations?
Yes! We offer a 15% discount for nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit organizations will need to provide evidence of nonprofit or charitable status.