Does your website need more visitors and sales? Are you struggling to get ranked higher in Google and Yahoo, but your competition is always one step ahead? Do you want to know exactly how they are achieving their ranking with the search engines?
Order our SEO Competitor Report service and we’ll produce you a report on how your competitors are achieving their rankings with the search engines.
What’s more, one of our SEO consultants will provide a half hour consultation to explain what the SEO report means (in layman’s terms), so you will know what steps you need to take next.
Here’s what kind of an information you’ll receive in your SEO Report on your competitors:
– The total number of backlinks your competitor has (search engines place huge value on links)
– The Google PageRank of every backlink (showing how important each link is to Google)
– The total number of PageRank 0 to PageRank 10 backlinks your competitor has (if you mirror or exceed these numbers, you’ll be able to beat your competitor’s PageRank)
– The total number of backlinks coming from the same IP addresses (are your competitors buying site-wide links?)
– The exact anchor texts and anchor URLs your competitors are using (find out which anchor text works well for your competition!)
– Your competitors’ anchor and title keyword density – which is how many times a given keyword appears within the anchors and titles of their links (you will need to mirror these numbers if you want to get one-up on your competition)
– How many of your competitors’ backlinks come from forums and blogs (are they tapping into social media for traffic and links? Find out with SEO SpyGlass!)
– How many of your competitors’ backlinks come from homepages of other sites, rather than internal pages? (This can be an indication of paid links)
– Whether or not your competitor has backlinks from DMOZ or the Yahoo! Directory
– The exact link value of every backlink your competitor has (see how valuable each of their links is)
– The age of every website linking back to your competitor (see if they get links from established, authoritative sites)