Found Launches SEO Audit Tool
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Found Shares Search Expertise, Launching Seo Audit Tool On App Store
Leading digital marketing agency Found is publically sharing a part of its Search expertise for the first time through an app, launching its innovative SEO Audit Tool in the App Store.
Free to download, the tool provides website owners with a simple-to-understand, yet detailed snapshot of how well their sites are set up for SEO. The nifty and very quick audit, obtained by simply uploading a URL address, will specifically provide users with a much clearer understanding of how well their sites are performing, from section scoring to advice on improvements they could still make.
Tina Judic, Managing Director of Found, says: “The Found SEO Tool is a useful app for anyone querying their site performance and wanting to understand what enhancements they could make to their SEO campaigns overall. Not only does it provide clear indications of performance, it also offers valuable, free advice and insight for improvements.”
Once a site audit has been completed, the data returned via the tool can act as a great starting point for SEO development and will quickly alert users to key issues that may need to be addressed including technical issues such as domain canonicalisation & XML sitemaps, and content issues such as keywords found on the page and within meta data.
Through the use of a simple ‘traffic light’ system, the tool will then indicate whether the task is successful, whether there is an error in its implementation or whether there are any warning signs that could be addressed.
Tina adds: “As champions of customer-centric SEO, I’m delighted that demand for this tool has prompted us to make it more publically available now. Originally borne out of our Foundlabs internal innovation initiative which gives all Founders the chance to pitch their own ideas for development, this has been a great team effort in delivering our first publicly available SEO mobile app to market.”
This press release was originally published on Econsultancy.com.