Performing a DIY site audit

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Have you ever wondered why your website is under-performing? You're not alone.

Having the knowledge of what to look for, where to find it and what information is most important can give you a leg up on getting your website to the top of the search results. It's all about clearly understanding your assets and liabilities - and we can help you do that.

You can pay a search engineer thousands of dollars and get a report of what you need to do to fix your site, or you can come join a limited number of us for the first part of a exclusive 2 part meetup.

Part one will include how to formulate an audit plan, what tools to gather, how to track data and best practices. We'll be going over the technical aspects onsite from your code base to user interfaces, headers, redirects, sitemaps, robots files, etc.

Part two in June will go over the content on your website and your presence off of your site, including your link portfolio.

It will be a longer than normal meeting, so be prompt, because we're actually going to start on-time (for real).

Don't come empty handed, you'll want to take notes.

This meetup will not be open to an unlimited number of people. Because we need a room with the equipment to be able to present this, we will have to cap the number of attendees. So please - only RSVP if you have the intention of coming!