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Great, your title tag contains between 10 and 70 characters.
Make sure your title tag is explicit and contains your most important keywords.
Be sure that each page has a unique title tag.
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Ideally, your meta description should contain between 70 and 160 characters (spaces included).
Meta descriptions allow you to influence how your web pages are described and displayed in search results.
Ensure that each of your web pages have a unique meta description that is explicit and contains your most important keywords for each page (these appear in bold when they match part or all of the user’s search query).
A good description acts as a potential organic advertisement and encourages the viewer to click through to your site.
Check your Google™ Webmaster Tools (Search Appearance > HTML Improvements) for any warning messages to identify meta descriptions that are too long/short or duplicated across more than one page.
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While Title Tags & Meta Descriptions are used to build the search result listings, the search engines may create their own if they are missing, not well written, or not relevant to the content on the page.
Title Tags and Meta Descriptions are cut short if they are too long, so it's important to stay within the suggested character limits.
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|<H5> Biochemical Terrorism: An Emergency Room Resource ( Also meets Nevada requirement )|
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|<H5> High Altitude Sickness |
|<H5> Breast Duct Carcinoma in-situ: DCIS|
|<H5> Hepatitis C: Prevention, Assessment & Treatment|
|<H5> Influenza: Not Just a Bad Cold|
|<H5> Domestic Violence Update for Nurses (Also meets Florida requirement)|
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|<H5> End of LIfe Care (Also meets FL & WV requirement)|
|<H5> Antiretroviral Drugs for HIV and AIDS|
|<H5> Bloodsucking Leeches & Flesh-eating Maggots|
|<H5> Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia (PSVT) in the Pediatric Patient|
|<H5> Understanding the CBC ( Complete Blood Count )|
|<H5> Analgesic Drugs and Pain Management|
|<H5> West Nile Virus|
|<H5> Bladder Management after Spinal Cord Injury: A Practical Approach |
|<H5> PICC Line Care and Maintenance: An Introduction|
|<H5> Interpretation of ABGs:A FOUR STEP METHOD|
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|<H5> Adolescents with Down Syndrome|
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|<H5> Diabetes Treatment: Insulin and Oral Anti-diabetes Drugs |
|<H5> Diabetes: Nutrition and Exercise Therapy |
|<H5> Families with Disabled Children Part Three: Integration |
|<H5> Families with Disabled Children Part Two: Early Intervention |
|<H5> Families With Disabled Children Part One: Grieving |
|<H5> Hemodynamic Monitoring: An Introduction |
|<H5> Inhalant Abuse: Nursing Implications |
|<H5> Cancer Chemotherapy |
|<H5> Cardiac Case Studies: Apply Your Knowledge |
|<H5> Biological Warfare: Diseases as Weapons|
|<H5> Care of the Teenager using Street Drugs|
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|<H5> Otitis Media In Children|
|<H5> Hormones of Pregnancy|
|<H5> Methamphetamine Use: What You Need to Know|
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|<H5> Understanding Liver Function Tests|
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|<H5> Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Caring for the Patient|
|<H5> Hypothermia and Hyperthermia in the Elderly|
|<H5> Telephone Triage|
|<H5> Understanding How VIAGRA¨ Works|
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|<H5> Urinary Incontinence in the Elderly|
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Great, your website is structured using HTML headings (<H1> to <H6>).
Use your keywords in the headings and make sure the first level (<H1>) includes your most important keywords. Never duplicate your title tag content in your header tag.
While it is important to ensure every page has an <H1> tag, never include more than one per page. Instead, use multiple <H2> - <H6> tags.
This Keyword Cloud provides an insight into the frequency of keyword usage within the page.
It's important to carry out keyword research to get an understanding of the keywords that your audience is using. There are a number of keyword research tools available online to help you choose which keywords to target.
|Keywords (2 words)||Freq||Title||Desc||<H>|
|Keywords (3 words)||Freq||Title||Desc||<H>|
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|update nurses meets||2|
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This table highlights the importance of being consistent with your use of keywords. To improve the chance of ranking well in search results for a specific keyword, make sure you include it in some or all of the following: page URL, page content, title tag, meta description, header tags, image alt attributes, internal link anchor text and backlink anchor text.
We found 131 images on this web page.
86 ALT attributes are empty or missing.
Alternative text (the alt attribute) is missing for several images. Add alternative text so that search engines can better understand the content of your images.
Remember that search engine crawlers cannot actually "see" images, so the alternative text attribute allows you to assign a specific description to each image. They are also used by screen readers to help provide some context for the visually impaired.
Adding alternative text can help to reinforce how relevant a page is to its target keywords, while also making images more likely to be displayed in the Google™ Images search results.
Check the images on your website and make sure effective alternative text is specified for each image.
Restrict the number of characters in alt text to 150, including spaces, and minimize the size of images to optimize your website's page load times.
This page's ratio of text to HTML code is below 15 percent. This means that your website probably needs more text content.
A ratio between 25 and 70 percent is ideal. When it goes beyond that, the page might run the risk of being considered as spam.
As long as the content is relevant and gives essential information, it is a plus to have more of it.
Warning, no 301 redirects are in place to redirect traffic to your preferred domain. Pages that load successfully both with and without www. are treated as duplicate content!
Redirecting requests from a non-preferred hostname is important because search engines consider URLs with and without "www" as two different websites.
Good, your website's IP address is forwarding to your website's domain name.
To check this for your website, enter your IP address in the browser and see if your site loads with the IP address. Ideally, the IP should redirect to your website's URL or to a page from your website hosting provider.
If it does not redirect, you should do an htaccess 301 redirect to make sure the IP does not get indexed.
Your website doesn't have a robots.txt file - this can be problematic.
A robots.txt file allows you to restrict the access of search engine robots that crawl the web and it can prevent these robots from accessing specific directories and pages. It also specifies where the XML sitemap file is located.
You can check for errors in your robots.txt file using Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) by selecting 'Robots.txt Tester' under 'Crawl'. This also allows you to test individual pages to make sure that Googlebot has the appropriate access.
Your website does not have an XML sitemap - this can be problematic.
A sitemap lists URLs that are available for crawling and can include additional information like your site's latest updates, frequency of changes and importance of the URLs. This allows search engines to crawl the site more intelligently.
We recommend that you generate an XML sitemap for your website and submit it to both Google™ Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster Tools. It is also good practice to specify your sitemap's location in your robots.txt file.
It's important to only include pages that you want the search engines to crawl, so avoid any that have been blocked via your robots.txt file. Check the URLs to ensure that none of them cause redirects or return error codes. This includes being consistent with your URLs, for example, including your preferred URLs (with or without www.), including the correct protocol (http or https) and making sure URLs all end with or without a trailing slash.
Warning! We've detected parameters in a significant number of URLs.
Consider rewriting your URLs.
Your site's URLs contain unnecessary elements that make them look complicated. A URL must be easy to read and remember for users. Search engines need URLs to be clean and include your page's most important keywords. Clean URLs are also useful when shared on social media as they explain the page's content.
Underscores in the URLs
Great, you are not using underscores (these_are_underscores) in your URLs.
While Google™ treats hyphens as word separators, it does not for underscores.
Frames can cause problems on your web page because search engines will not crawl or index the content within them. Avoid frames whenever possible and use a NoFrames tag if you must use them.
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We have not found a Blog on this website.
Your website does not have a blog.
In this tough and competitive internet marketing world, content marketing rules. While publishing your content on other sites might be a good strategy, publishing it on your own site garners more benefits.
Starting a blog is a great way to engage with your audience and increase your online visibility by attracting qualified traffic from new sources.
Use our tips to optimize your blog and improve performance.
If you don't feel that a blog is right for your business, consider other ways to build useful evergreen content, such as online guides and whitepapers.
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Keep your URLs short and avoid long domain names when possible.
A descriptive URL is better recognized by search engines. A user should be able to look at the address bar and make an accurate guess about the content of the page before reaching it (e.g., http://www.mysite.com/en/products).
Your website does not have a favicon.
Your website does not have a favicon.
Add a favicon to improve your brand's visibility.
As a favicon is especially important for users bookmarking your website, make sure it is consistent with your brand.
Custom 404 Page
Your website does not have a custom 404 Error Page.
Apparently your site does not have a 404 Error Page - this is bad in terms of usability.
Take the opportunity to provide visitors with a beautiful and helpful 404 Error Page to increase user retention.
We could not find a Conversion Form on this page.
Add a conversion form for repeat visitors. It could be used to sign up for a subscription, get an email address of a visitor or close an online sale. Converting visitors into prospects/clients is probably the most important goal for your website.
After adding a conversion form to your site, it is important that you optimize your website to boost conversions.
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Page size affects the speed of your website; try to keep your page size below 300 Kb.
Tip: Use images with a small size and optimize their download with gzip.
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Your website is fast. Well done.
Site speed is an important factor for ranking high in Google™ search results and enriching the user experience.
Resources: Check out Google™'s developer tutorials for tips on how to to make your website run faster.
Monitor your server and receive SMS alerts when your website is down with a web monitoring service.
You have not specified the language. Use the META Language Attribute to declare the intended language of your website.
Tips for multilingual websites:
- Define the language of the content in each page's HTML code.
- Specify the language code in the URL as well (e.g., "mywebsite.com/fr/mycontent.html").
We could not find a Print-Friendly CSS
This is a special CSS style sheet which ensures that unnecessary interface designs and images are left out when printing pages from your site, saving the user a lot of ink.
It is just another way to provide a rich user-experience.
Structured Data Markup
No Structured Data Markup has been detected
Google™ supports a number of rich snippets for content types, including: Reviews, People, Products, Businesses and Organizations, Recipes, Events , Videos, and Music. If your website covers one of these topics, then we suggest that you annotate it with Schema.org using microdata.
Register the various extensions of your domain to protect your brand from cybersquatters.
Register the various typos of your domain to protect your brand from cybersquatters.
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Get to know the technologies used for your website. Some codes might slow down your website. Ask your webmaster to take a look at this.
We didn't detect an analytics tool installed on this website.
Web analytics let you measure visitor activity on your website. You should have at least one analytics tool installed, but It can also be good to install a second in order to cross-check the data.
Great, language/character encoding is specified: ISO-8859-1
Specifying language/character encoding can prevent problems with the rendering of special characters.
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