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If you aren’t keeping every aspect of your website’s SEO performance in tip-top shape, you’ll struggle to see much organic growth.
Every SEO campaign is different – some websites require more focus on just one or two of the core components of SEO (content, backlinks, and technical factors) whereas others may require optimization and improvements across the board.
These SEO issues can be discovered by carrying out an SEO audit of your website which can uncover a whole range of action points that need to be addressed.
That’s why it’s always essential to audit, analyze and optimize what’s already on your site.
In this case study, you’ll learn the exact steps that my team at The Search Initiative took to increase our client’s organic traffic by 90.97%.
In this article, you’ll learn how to:
- Prune your backlink profile by identifying a potential negative SEO attack.
- Optimize your existing content for low-hanging keywords.
- Identify target URLs and anchor texts when building new backlinks for maximum ROI.
- Fix internal 301 redirects on your website to improve page performance and user experience.
- Improve usability by implementing breadcrumb navigation.
Before that, let’s find out a bit more about the website’s goals and the main challenges faced during the campaign.