The goal behind this framework is to give a structure for analysing a website's on-page optimisation for search engines. As a result, you can use this framework to analyse how good your own businesses website is optimised or search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN.
Using the framework
Because it can be difficult to analyse to what extent a whole website is optimised, the first part of this framework should be performed on at least 10 pages of the website. The second part of the framework, the site wide factors, should be done on the website as a whole.
On-site SEO analysis framework
This framework is based on the idea that each page should target one keyword or key phrase.
Apply to 10 pages on the website:
Apply to the whole website:
When you perform your analysis using this framework, if you have any "no"s marked in the table above, you should consider addressing them. Having a "yes" in every column means that your website is optimised to its potential.
What do you think of this framework? Have we missed out any important factors?
Good on tags and detail. Is it worth including page links to web 2.0 sites like facebook, myspace etc - which creates relationship and meaning between my tags say in flickr and the page you are assessing? i.e. links to greater tag sets ? does this make sense?
I guess "On-site SEO analysis framework" is the key-phrase for this article, as it is written in bold one time.