The CuriousCheck Page Analyzer report will analyze content from any 1 blog or 1 page using your desired keyword or phrases.
If you already have a page that you want us to analyze, CuriousCheck will guide you to what else you need to do as listed on this sheet.
Haven’t started on your page or blog yet? No problem, give us the key term and any other closely relevant terms and we will provide you a to-do-list as well.
Green means you’ve reached your strongly suggested keywords for “top work from home software platforms”.
Orange means you’re almost there, but if you don’t get there, it may not be a big deal.
Red means you need to add these keywords asap.
Remember these keywords can be included naturally in your Alt Text (image files), which this crawls as well.
When Using Widgets…
If you’re using widgets, like image carousels, FAQ blocks, and accordions, it’s extremely important to see if the schema is being read by the Google crawlers.
If not, you will need to add it yourself. If you’re using WordPress, Yoast has hidden schema blocks perfectly made so you can still show search engines your content.
Let us know if you have any questions!
A page analyzer is the single most important SEO tool you can use if you want to rank on the first page of search results.
Take this chart for example, You can see the average keywords for the pages ranked on page one for “Atlanta SEO Services Company”. This provides important insight on what you need to strive for.
You are basically reverse engineering the websites that are listed on the top search results. So you’re literally analyzing what is currently working for these companies and copying and/or perfecting your site to boost 1st page results.