Lesson 27

Checking a Site for Technical Errors

Today, all museums, hotels and travel agencies have websites, because tourism, especially inbound tourism, mainly interacts with clients online.

And obviously, everyone wants their sites to be on the first pages of search engines, but how to achieve this?

In order for search engines to see your site and show it in search results, you need to do SEO – Search Engine Optimization. Usually, it is a set of actions and tools that improve a site’s search position or ranking in search engines.

Of course, the most important thing is content: it should be copyrighted, unique and well perceived by visitors. However, the site might have technical errors that will interfere with search engines. Errors in the code, markup, description sizes, etc. disorient search robots and because of this, search results may decrease, meaning your site will appear below others in search.

One of the ways to fix this is to search and analyze technical errors. However, the head or owner of the organization, who entrusted the site to specialists, often does not know what mistakes they made and how to check their work.

But with the help of special services, even a non-specialist can check the site for technical errors.

As an example, we recommend to try this service: https://sitechecker.pro

Sitechecker will issue a full report on the technical condition of the site and on the optimization errors found.

It is simple to work with. You need to follow the link, register and then just enter your site address:

After some time, it will show the technical rating of your site and 3 fields with the number of errors:

The maximum site rating is 100. The higher it is, the fewer errors.

The rating of our site is 66, which is quite acceptable.

The red field contains the most serious mistakes (25).

The yellow field contains common errors (456).

The blue field contains warnings or very minor errors (864).

This is a free version of the service, mainly for owners and managers.

Now, when ordering a website from third-party organizations, you can check it for errors and ask the contractor to correct them as much as possible. If you already have a website, you can also check it out and hire a bug fixer.

We must note that there are still other similar services.

Remember that the absence of technical errors does not guarantee the first positions in the search. Finding and fixing errors is only one of the stages of SEO. However, errors can slow down the site and affect the search results, so sometimes you need to check your site and this service is quite suitable for this.

Sitechecker has free and paid services, but the free version is quite enough for the initial checking of the site.

For a deeper study, you can use the knowledge base.

The beginner’s guide on how to use Sitechecker: