On-Page SEO


Search Laboratory’s SEO team members are experts in technical SEO. The structure of your website plays a significant role in how well it ranks in the organic search engine results.Our team of search specialists can make detailed recommendations as to how you can optimize the coding and structure of your website to help it rank better in the natural search engine results.Search Laboratory can provide a customized technical report for your website that looks at how it is configured in granular detail.

Serving as a how-to manual for on-page SEO, Search Laboratory’s reports highlight the main issues that would be encountered by a search engine spider, explain the reason behind an issue, what needs to be done and most importantly how to do it. Every report is specially drafted and unique to the individual client’s website and online requirements.

The report includes practical recommendations on how to improve your website and its structure, and is provided so that your technical team can implement these recommendations.

We recommended that you tackle your on-page SEO prior to the start of any link building campaigns to ensure you get the best possible results from your ongoing SEO activity.


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Our on-page SEO reporting covers:

  • Site structure and crawlability issues
  • Duplicate content
  • Technical SEO elements e.g. use of robots.txt, canonical tags, structured data (rich snippets) etc.
  • Page and menu structure
  • Keyword relevance auditing, research and selection
  • Usability issues
  • Competitor analysis
  • Off-page strategy creation
  • Google Plus Local optimization (if relevant)
  • Detailed recommendations for multilingual sites
  • Mobile site optimization (on request)

On-page SEO reporting may take the form of a full and complete on-page SEO analysis report, or just a brief consultation including recommendations to complement your wider link building package.

Speak to one of the team to find out more about our On-Page Technical SEO services or email us via our contact page form.