Analyse a website for seo errors malware domain rank
March 6, 2023laravel seo
As part of my job search, I began looking at ways to analyse and test a company website to see how good it is. I am looking at a number of criteria.
Firstly, I use Wappalyzer to see what technologies the site uses and also take a look at the source code to see what state it is in. I come from a PHP Laravel background, but like to see what technologies a website is run on.
I also like to use tools to quantify how good a websites is. In days gone past, there was Alexa ranking, Google Pagerank and a number of other ranking tools that no longer work or exist in the same way. Now we have Domain Authority, but other tools have stepped in to replace them.
A great tool I have recently discovered is the Laravel SEO Scanner from a dutch team called VormKracht. This is an PHP Laravel Artisan comman which scans a website for a number of issues with SEO. I like it a lot.
A nice allround tool for analysing a website is rankwatch.com/tools/web-analyzer. This gives a fairly comprenhsive summary of the key SEO criteria.
This tool from moz.com/domain-analysis provides a simple value as a domain authority.
Check the sitecheck.sucuri.net for malware and if a domain is listed in 9 security websites.
And check the pagerank for a url. dnschecker.org/pagerank
This is a good tool for finding keyword related positions for a url. ahrefs.com/keyword-rank-checker
I also like to use command line tools and a great one is whatweb which will show the technologies a website uses in the command line.
This is a set of tools I use alongside looking at the source code and my own londinium scoring system.
What else do you use? I would like to edit this and add more tools, please comment if you use and like any.
If you would like to contact me you can either use this form on londinium.com or via Twitter @andylondon