Page Grader Launched

Simeon Stanford

Posted by Simeon Stanford
Last updated 26th October 2017
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  • We know how difficult it can be getting the correct and consistent advice on how to pull traffic to your web pages, engage visitors and close more business.

    It’s why we’re super excited to announce the launch of Grader at Sites Done Right which will make the process of optimising your pages for pulling in the right quantity and quality of web traffic.

    This component further extends our commitment to providing great web + marketing tools for small businesses and solopreneurs alike.

  • What can Grader do for you?
    • 1. Review meta information
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    • 2. Check page content
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    • 3. Give advice on images
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    • 4. Give feedback on links
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    • 5. Analyse page readability
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    • 6. Give recommendations on social/Schema markup
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    • Our power-packed toolkit enables you to apply quick and actionable changes to your web pages that will help you climb Google ranks and connect better with your site visitors.

      Grader is currently in beta, and we’re actively seeking feedback from our community of site users.

      Grader is available to Sites Done Right customers on all packages, so if you want to see more of what our web platform can do, you can trial it out here.

      If you just want to test out Grader, then why not visit https://sitesdoneright.co.uk/grader/ and try one your own webpages for review.

    About the author
    Simeon Stanford
    Simeon Stanford
    Simeon is a founder at Sites Done Right and heads up the company's sales and partnerships. His experience across business intelligence, data and websites make him a force to be reckoned with.
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