This is your personal website analysis report created for the website
Current Website Statistics
There is a number of factors that influence a website's rankings. Analyzing most important factors lets you estimate the efficiency of your website optimization efforts and figure out future optimization options.
Most of the below values directly depend on the level of the website's on-page optimization and in their turn further influence your website's rankings. So each value helps you assess the success of your optimization campaign and plan the next optimization steps to help your website hit top positions in major search engines.
Presence in Social Media
The table below highlights the number of mentions and views your website gets in major social media resources. High popularity rates indicate that your website is user-friendly and offers useful content. On the other hand, high popularity means that more new visitors will be attracted to your website from the social media, and you will most likely get new backlinks which will raise your site's positions in search engines.
Unique, useful and informative content is the top-important factor stimulating your site's popularity among users (in social media and on the Internet in general). Still to use the full power of social sites and attract even more visitors and links, website owners normally do a lot of self-promotion in social media.
Presence in Search Engines' Indexes
If the number of pages indexed by search engines is significantly smaller than the overall number of pages your website has, you may have to use certain techniques to encourage indexing so that search engines fully take your website's content into account. The below chart demonstrates the number of your website's pages indexed by major search engines.
Here is the total number of pages found by going through the website's links: 31.
Website Link Structure Analysis
Sensibly organized link structure (both external and internal) is an effective means to influence search engine rankings, as you can control PageRank distribution over different pages through internal and external links between them. Here are your website's key characteristics related to its link structure.
Google PageRank statistics
PageRank is the numeric representation (from 0 to 10) of how important a webpage is to Google. This table represents the number of pages with each Google PageRank value or pages having no PageRank yet. It lets you analyze how evenly PageRank is distributed over the pages of your website.
Link Value statistics
A certain share of each page's PR is divided among linked-to pages, and Link Value of a page shows how much PageRank it may potentially pass on to one linked-to page.
This report estimates the potential Link Value of your pages and helps you control it to a certain extent. This is done by increasing or decreasing the number of outbound links sitting on a certain page.
The below table shows Link Value stats across your site's pages and can help you organize your link structure most efficiently.
Here is the total number of internal and outbound links your website has. You can assess the ratio between these two types of links and analyze your website's overall link distribution tendencies.
Most linked-to pages (internal links)
You can improve search engine rankings of a certain page by means of linking to this page from other pages of your website. Take a look at the list of your website's pages that have the biggest number of internal links (links coming from other pages of your website). This can help you figure out if the Link Value potential of your website's internal links is directed right to the pages you want to rank high in search engines in the first place.
Most linked-from pages
Through its outbound links, your page can pass on some PageRank to other pages. The Link Value of a page depends on the number of this page's outbound links: pages having more links pass smaller portion of their PageRank to the pages they link to.
The following pages of your website have the biggest number of outbound links.
Nofollow is an HTML attribute that may accompany a certain outbound link on your page. This attribute prevents the link from passing any of the page's PageRank to the pointed-to page. Here is the total number of links from your website's pages with and without the nofollow attribute.
Accessibility and validity
Your website's rankings can be influenced negatively if some of your pages do not load properly or have errors in their HTML code. Study the below tables to identify any problems of this kind.
HTTP status codes
HTTP status code is a standard response code returned by a website server when a person or a program (for example a search engine robot) tries to access one of this website's pages. Some of these codes help to identify the cause of the problem when a page does not load properly. And some codes simply communicate the status of connection to the website server.
Here is the analysis of all your website's pages by the response codes returned by your web server.
Note: The acceptable codes are marked green in the table, while the codes that point to page load problems are accompanied by a red marker.
HTML code validation by W3C markup standards lets you identify if your pages' HTML code has any problem spots that may prevent search engines from indexing these pages properly. Scrutinize validation results for all pages of your website to see how many of them have HTML code errors and warnings you may have to correct to ensure proper and quick search engines' indexing.
Note: The red color next to the number of pages shows you will have to make crucial changes on these pages. Yellow stands for warnings - it is recommended to address those issues though they are not mandatory. The green marker indicates that your pages' code corresponds to W3C markup standards.
The content of your pages is one of the key factors to make your website highly valued both by its visitors and search engines. Below is the analysis of important content-related factors of your website.
In the source code of your web page, page title is the text placed in the <title>...</title> tags.
Titles are crucial in terms of both search engine ranking and the number of visitors attracted to your website. The below table provides your website's statistics on title-related issues that need attending to.