|<H1> Trees Down. . . Wires Down . . . Power Outages . . . REMEMBER LAST WINTER?|
|<H1> 18 Month No Interest No Payment Financing|
|<H1> ENJOY ROOM BY ROOM COMFORT WITH A MITSUBISHI MINI-SPLIT!|
|<H2> We Take Care of All Your Home Comfort Needs|
|<H3> Is Your Tired Old Heater Not Up to the Cold?|
|<H3> No Duct Work? Don’t Sweat It!|
|<H3> We Love Air|
|<H5> New York|
|<H5> Washington, D.C.|
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.
For more effective SEO, use only one <H1> tag per page.
This Keyword Cloud provides an idea of your most frequently recurring keywords. They are likely to be the keywords with the greatest probability of ranking high in the search engines.
|Keywords (2 words)||Freq||Title||Desc||<H>|
|Keywords (3 words)||Freq||Title||Desc||<H>|
|Average||heating air conditioning||4||OK||OK||NOK|
|Bad||york boston washington||3||NOK||NOK||NOK|
|Bad||philadelphia york boston||3||NOK||NOK||NOK|
|Bad||check philadelphia york||3||NOK||NOK||NOK|
|Bad||washington connecticut baltimore||3||NOK||NOK||NOK|
This table highlights the importance of being consistent with your use of keywords. To improve the chance of ranking high in search results with a specific keyword, you should use the most important keywords consistently in your content, title, description, H titles, internal links anchor text and backlinks anchor text.
This website with and without www redirects to the same page.
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.
Great, your website has a robots.txt file.
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.
Click here to check your robots.txt file for syntax errors.
Great, your website has an XML sitemap.
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.
It is also good practice to specify your sitemap's location in your robots.txt file.
Good, the URLs look clean.
Mobile Load Time
Try to load your website on a mobile device and measure the download time. If your website takes more than five seconds to download on a mobile device, you will lose 74 percent of your audience!
Mobile usage is growing fast, especially in North America, where it will soon outpace desktop browsing usage. Make sure your site loads fast and that it looks nice on all types of mobile devices. Be sure to not use Flash, and keep photos and videos to a minimum.
Here are two useful tips from Google™ for optimizing your mobile site speed.
This web page is super optimized for Mobile Visitors
Additional mobile optimization techniques:
Meta Viewport Tag
Optimize the mobile experience even further with the following options:
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Declaring a doctype helps web browsers to render content correctly.
Great, language/character encoding is specified: UTF-8
Specifying language/character encoding can prevent problems with the rendering of special characters.
|<u>||1||Replace with the text-decoration CSS property|
Deprecated HTML tags are HTML tags that are no longer used. It is recommended that you remove or replace these HTML tags because they are now obsolete.
Great! Your server prevents visitors from browsing your directory by accessing it directly, this is excellent from a security standpoint.
Good, your server signature is off. This is excellent from a security standpoint.