When you create guides and checklists for something that is always changing and evolving, it doesn’t matter how thorough you’re being, it’ll always age and become irrelevant unless you update it for the times. An example would be technical site audit checklists for SEOs. Back in 2011, Geoff Kenyon wrote a checklist for a site audit, but it obviously didn’t age well, as the world of SEO and site audits evolved.
But now, it’s 2015 and Geoff and has decided to update his checklist to stay current. But what has changed in his newest checklist? Some of the biggest changes were the additions of sections for:
- Site speed
If you’re wondering what is holding back your organic performance of your site, the checklist should help you with a site audit to find the problem. By the end, you should be able to write up a document that tells you what needs to be done to your site so that you can get the site back up to speed and back up to its rightful place in the organic rankings.
Check out Geoff’s checklist on Moz.com under the Moz Blog section, or just follow the link below to check out his post directly.