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Brannon's SiteDoctor found 8 major issues

Page Title

Page Title : Mobile Cambridge Chiropractic | Sports Massage The


Your page title does not exceed 60 characters. It's fine.

Knowledge Base
Title is the heading of the webpage. The sentence or string enclosed between HTML title tag () is the title of your website. Search engines are searching for the title of your website and display the title along with your website address on search results. The title is the most important element for both SEO and social sharing. The title should be less than 50 to 60 characters because search engine typically displays this length of string or sentence on search results. A good title can consist of the primary keyword, secondary keyword and the brand name. For example a fictitious gaming information providing sites title may be like "the future of gaming information is here". A webpage title should contain a proper glimpse of the website. As said, the title is an important element as an identification of your website for your users experience, SEO and as well social sharing. So you should have a nice and catching title.
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Meta Description

Meta Description : Mobile Cambridge based McTimoney Chiropractic and Sports Massage Therapist. Specialising in the treatment Musculoskeletal conditions and injuries.


Your page title does not exceed 150 characters. It's fine.

Knowledge Base
The description is the full interpretation of your website content and features. Most often it is a short paragraph that describes what the features are and what information are provided by the website to its visitors. You may consider it as an advertising of your website. Although this is not too important for search engine ranking, but it is very important for hits or visits through search engine results. The description should be less than 150 characters because search engine shows this length of paragraph on search results. And every page of the website should contain a unique description to avoid description duplication. The description is the definition of your website for user experience, so form it as complete, but short and precise as possible.

Meta Keyword

Meta Keyword :


Your site do not have any meta keyword.

Knowledge Base
Meta keywords are keywords inside Meta tags. Meta keywords are not likely to be used for search engine ranking. The words of title and description can be used as Meta keywords. It is a good idea for SEO purposes other than search engine ranking.

Single Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Chiropractic 8 1.028 % No
treatment 7 0.9 % No
Musculoskeletal 6 0.771 % No
Massage 5 0.643 % No
body 5 0.643 % No
TotalMSK 5 0.643 % No
Cambridge 5 0.643 % No
factors 4 0.514 % No
treating 4 0.514 % No
issues 4 0.514 % No
affect 4 0.514 % No
part 4 0.514 % No
parts 4 0.514 % No
car 4 0.514 % No
affects 4 0.514 % No
treat 4 0.514 % No
types 4 0.514 % No
structure 4 0.514 % No
'tools' 4 0.514 % No
movement 3 0.386 % No

Two Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
TotalMSK Musculoskeletal 4 0.514 % No
need to 4 0.514 % No
Musculoskeletal Chiropractic 3 0.386 % No
types of 3 0.386 % No
affects the 3 0.386 % No
the body 3 0.386 % No
the other 3 0.386 % No
Remedial Massage 3 0.386 % No
lots of 2 0.257 % No
are the 2 0.257 % No
to problems 2 0.257 % No
of forces 2 0.257 % No
a car 2 0.257 % No
and the 2 0.257 % No
which can 2 0.257 % No
treat the 2 0.257 % No
one area 2 0.257 % No
Chiropractic Cambridge 2 0.257 % No
the parts 2 0.257 % No
and Chiropractic 2 0.257 % No

Three Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
TotalMSK Musculoskeletal Chiropractic 3 0.386 % No
Sha Dry Needling 2 0.257 % No
Massage Gua Sha 2 0.257 % No
Gua Sha Dry 2 0.257 % No
of physical medicine 2 0.257 % No
affects the other 2 0.257 % No
Musculoskeletal and Chiropractic 2 0.257 % No
one needs to 2 0.257 % No
Chiropractic Sports Massage 2 0.257 % No
structure and function 2 0.257 % No
and Chiropractic Cambridge 2 0.257 % No
Chiropractic Cambridge UK 2 0.257 % No
'tools' are better 1 0.129 % No
McTimoney Chiropractor can 1 0.129 % No
Chiropractor can treat 1 0.129 % No
can treat the 1 0.129 % No
A McTimoney Chiropractor 1 0.129 % No
changes A McTimoney 1 0.129 % No
better for structural 1 0.129 % No
for structural changes 1 0.129 % No

Four Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Massage Gua Sha Dry 2 0.257 % No
Gua Sha Dry Needling 2 0.257 % No
and Chiropractic Cambridge UK 2 0.257 % No
Musculoskeletal and Chiropractic Cambridge 2 0.257 % No
A McTimoney Chiropractor can 1 0.129 % No
McTimoney Chiropractor can treat 1 0.129 % No
Chiropractor can treat the 1 0.129 % No
changes A McTimoney Chiropractor 1 0.129 % No
for structural changes A 1 0.129 % No
'tools' are better for 1 0.129 % No
some 'tools' are better 1 0.129 % No
are better for structural 1 0.129 % No
better for structural changes 1 0.129 % No
can treat the whole 1 0.129 % No
structural changes A McTimoney 1 0.129 % No
whole body and the 1 0.129 % No
works well on the 1 0.129 % No
well on the structure 1 0.129 % No
on the structure Functional 1 0.129 % No
the structure Functional issues 1 0.129 % No

Keyword Usage

The most using keywords do not match with meta keywords.

Knowledge Base
Keyword usage is the amount of your keywords inside Meta tags and contents of your website. Use keywords that describes your site properly for precise search engine result of your website.

Total Words

Total Words : 778

Knowledge Base
Unique words are uncommon words that reflects your site features and information. Search engine metrics are not intended to use unique words as ranking factor, but it is still useful to get a proper picture of your websites content. Using positive unique words like complete, perfect, shiny, is a good idea and gives a better user experience.

Stop words that are classified like common words, mostly all the preposition, some generic words like download, click me, offer, win etc. Since most used keywords may be a slight factor for visitors, you are encouraged to use more unique words and less stop words.

Text/HTML Ratio Test

Site passed text/HTML ratio test.

Text/HTML Ratio Test : 32%

Knowledge Base
The ideal page's ratio of text to HTML code must be between 20 to 60%. Because if it is come less than 20% it means you need to write more text on your website, while if you have more than 60% - your page might be considered as spammy.

HTML Headings

H1(1)

  • Mobile Cambridge Chiropractic & Sports Massage Therapy

H2(1)

  • Musculoskeletal and Chiropractic - Cambridge (UK)

H3(1)

  • Welcome to TotalMSK Musculoskeletal & Chiropractic's website.

H4(3)

  • Other Resources
  • Bookings & Enquiries
  • TotalMSK on Social Media

H5(0)

H6(0)

Knowledge Base
h1 status is the existence of any content inside a h1 tag. Although not important like Meta titles and descriptions for search engine ranking but still a good way to describe your content in search engine results.

h2 status is less important but should be used for proper understanding for visitors which come to your website.

robot.txt

Your site have robot.txt

Knowledge Base
robots.txt is a text file that reside on the websites root directory and contains the instruction for various robots (mainly search engine robots). It contains the information how you would like the robots to crawl and index your website on their own webpages. robots.txt contains the search bots or others bots name, directory list allowed or disallowed, indexing and crawling instructions for bots, time delay to crawl and index and even the sitemap URL. A full access or a full restriction, customized access or restriction, all can be imposed through robots.txt.

robots.txt is very important part for the SEO process. Your website directories will be crawled and indexed on search engine according to robots.txt instructions. So you need to add a robots.txt file in your website root directory. Write it properly, including your content enriched pages and other public pages, but exclude any pages which contain sensitive information. Remember robots.txt instruction to restrict access to your sensitive information of your page as it is not formidable on web page security grounds.
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Sitemap

Your site have sitemap
Location: https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sitemap.xml

Knowledge Base
Sitemap is a xml file which contains a full list of your websites URLs. It is used to include directories of your websites as the base for crawling and indexing of search engines and also for user access. The sitemap can help search engine bots to index your website faster and with deeper results. It is roughly the opposite of the robots.txt You can create a sitemap.xml with various free and paid services or you can write it by yourself (read the Learn more below, to see the inside about how to write a sitemap).

Also keep these things in mind :
1) Sitemap must be less than 10 MB (10,485,760 bytes) and can contain maximum 50,000 URLs. If you have more URLs than you should create multiple sitemap files and use a sitemap index file as well.
2) Put your sitemap in the website root directory and add the URL of your sitemap into the robots.txt file.
3) Sitemap.xml can be compressed using grip for faster loading time.

Broken link : a broken link is an inaccessible link or a URL of a website. A higher rate of broken links has a negative impact on search engine ranking due to reduced link quality. It also has a bad impact on user experience if they run into a 404 page. There are several reasons for broken links, the most common are listed below.
1) An incorrect link entered by you.
2) The destination website removed the linked web page given by you. (A common 404 error).
3) The destination website is irreversibly moved or does not exists anymore. (Changing domain or site blocked or dysfunctional).
4) The content may have been hidden behind some firewalls or alike software, or security mechanism that is blocking the access to the destination website.
5) You have provided a link to a site that is blocked by firewall or alike software for outside access.
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Internal Vs. External Links

Total Internal Links? 1
Total External Links? 20

Internal Links

  • index.html

External Links

  • remedial-massage/remedial-massage.html
  • mctimoney-chiropractors/mctimoney-chiropractors.html
  • sports-massage/sports-massage.html
  • gua-sha/gua-sha.html
  • dry-needling/dry-needling.html
  • http://blog.totalmsk.co.uk/
  • news-information/news-information.html
  • news-information/faqs/faqs.html
  • news-information/cambridge-treatment-prices/cambridge-treatment-prices.html
  • news-information/chiropractors-therapists/terry-davis-mctimoney-chiropractor.html
  • news-information/cambridge-clinic/cambridge-clinic.html
  • news-information/charity-work/charity-work.html
  • news-information/cambridge-clubs/cambridge-clubs.html
  • news-information/education-training/education-qualifications.html
  • news-information/sitemap/sitemap.html
  • news-information/useful-links/useful-links.html
  • https://twitter.com/totalmsk
  • https://www.facebook.com/totalmsk/
  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/107571616729301438637
  • https://www.linkedin.com/company/11110758/

NoIndex , NoFollow, DoDollow Links

Total NoIndex Links 0
Total NoFollow Links 0
Total DoFollow Links 21
NoIndex Enabled by Meta Robot? No
NoFollow Enabled by Meta Robot? No

NoIndex Links

NoFollow Links



Knowledge Base

NoIndex : noindex directive is a meta tag value. noindex directive is to blog and not to show your website on search engine results. You should not set ‘noindex’ as value in meta tags if you want that your website is visible on search engine results.

By default, a webpage is set to “index.” You should add a <meta name="robots" content="noindex" /> directive to a webpage in the <head> section of the HTML if you do not want search engines to crawl a given page and include it in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).

DoFollow & NoFollow : nofollow directive is a meta tag value. Nofollow directive are set, so that it is not to follow any links of your website by search engine bots. You must not set ‘nofollow’ as value in meta tags if you want that your links are followed up by search engine bots.

By default, links are set to “follow.” You would set a link to “nofollow” in this way: <a href="http://www.example.com/" rel="nofollow">Anchor Text</a> if you want to suggest to Google that the hyperlink should not pass any link equity/SEO value to the link target.

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SEO Friendly Links

Links of your site are SEO friendly.

Knowledge Base
An SEO friendly link is roughly to follow these rules. The URL should contain a dash as a separator, should not contain parameters and numbers and should be a static URL.

To resolve this use these techniques.
1) Replace underscore or other separator by dash, clean URLs by deleting or replacing number and parameters accordingly.
2) Merge your www and non www URLs.
3) Do not use dynamic and related URLs. Create an xml sitemap for proper indexing into search engines.
4) Block unfriendly and irrelevant links through robots.txt.
5) Endorse your canonical URLs in canonical tag.
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Favicon

Your site have favicon.

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Image 'alt' Test

Your site does not have any image without alt text.
Knowledge Base
An alternate title for images. Alt attributes content to describe an image. It is necessary for notifying search engine spider and improves actability to your website. So put a suitable title to your image, at least for those on your website content, but not including the images which are used to design your website. To resolve this put a suitable title in your alt attributes.
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DOC Type

DOC Type : <!doctype html>


Page have doc type.

Knowledge Base
doc type is not an SEO factor, but it is checked as to validate your web page. So you should set a doctype in your html page.
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Depreciated HTML Tag

Your site does not have any depreciated HTML tag.
Knowledge Base
Older HTML tags and attributes that have been superseded by other more functional or flexible alternatives (whether as HTML or as CSS ) are declared as deprecated in HTML4 by the W3C - the consortium that sets the HTML standards. Browsers should continue to support deprecated tags and attributes, but eventually these tags are likely to become obsolete and so future support cannot be guaranteed.

HTML Page Size

HTML Page Size : 15 KB


HTML page size is <= 100KB

Knowledge Base
HTML page size is one of the main factors of a webpage loading time. It should be less than 100 KB according to Google recommendation. Note that, this size does not including external CSS, JS or image files. That means, small page size less loading time.

To reduce your page size, do the following steps:
1) Move all your CSS and JS code to external file.
2) Make sure your text content to be on top of the page, so that it can be displayed before full page loading.
3) Reduce or compress all the images, flash media files etc. It is better if these files are less than 100 KB.
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GZIP Compression

GZIP Compressed Size : 7 KB


GZIP compression is enabled.

Knowledge Base
GZIP is a generic compressor that can be applied to any stream of bytes: under the hood it remembers some of the previously seen content and attempts to find and replace duplicate data fragments in an efficient way. However, in practice, GZIP performs best on text-based content, often achieving compression rates of as high as 70-90% for larger files, whereas running GZIP on assets that are already compressed via alternative algorithms (e.g. most image formats) yields little to no improvement. It is also recommended that the GZIP compressed size should be <=33 KB

Inline CSS

Your site does not have any inline css.
Knowledge Base
Inline CSS is the CSS code reside in html page under html tags not in external .CSS file. Inline CSS increases the loading time of your webpage which is an important search engine ranking factor. So try not to use inline CSS.

Internal CSS

Your site have 1 internal css.

Knowledge Base
Internal CSS is the CSS codes which resides on html page inside style tag. Internal CSS is increases loading time since no page caching is possible for internal CSS. Try to put your CSS code in external file.

Micro Data Schema Test

Site failed micro data schema test.
Knowledge Base
Micro data is the information underlying a html string or paragraph. Consider a string “Avatar”, it could refer a profile picture on forum, blog or social networking site or maybe it refers to the highly successful 3D movie. Microdot is used to specify the reference or underlying information about an html string. Microdata gives chances to search engine and other application for the better understanding of your content and significantly better display on search results.
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IP & DNS Report

IPv4 76.74.235.230
IPv6 Not Compatiable
DNS Report
SLHostClassTTLTypePRITargetIP
1totalmsk.co.ukIN14396A76.74.235.230
2totalmsk.co.ukIN24955NSns2.hostpapa.com
3totalmsk.co.ukIN24955NSns1.hostpapa.com
4www.totalmsk.co.ukIN14396CNAMEtotalmsk.co.uk
5totalmsk.co.ukIN14400MX0totalmsk.co.uk

IP Canonicalization Test

Site failed IP canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
If multiple domain name are registered under single IP address, some search bots might label another website as a duplicate of one sites. This is IP canonicalization. Little bit like URL canonicalization. To solve this issue, you want to use redirects.
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URL Canonicalization Test

Site passed URL canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
Canonical tags make all your URLs lead to a single address or webpage into a single url. Like :
<link rel="canonical" href="https://mywebsite.com/home" />
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/home" />
Both refer to the link mywebsite.com/home. So all the different URL, with the same content or page, will now be under the same link or URL as mywebsite.com/home. This will definitely boost up your search engine ranking by eliminating content duplication. Use canonical tag for all URLs.
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Plain Text Email Test

Site passed plain text email test. No plain text email found.

Plain Text Email List



Knowledge Base
Plain text email address are vulnerable to email scrapping agents. An email scrapping agent will crawl your website and collect every email address which is written in plain text. So existence of plain text email address in your website can help spammers in email harvesting. This could also be a bad sign for search engines.

To fight this problem, you can obfuscate your email addresses in several ways:
1) CSS pseudo classes.
2) Writing your email address backwards.
3) Turn of display using CSS.
4) Obfuscate your email address using JavaScript.
5) Using WordPress and php (WordPress site only).
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cURL Response

urlhttps://www.totalmsk.co.uk/content typetext/html
http code200header size556
request size278filetime-1
ssl verify result0redirect count1
total time1.141292namelookup time0.004234
connect time0.093654pretransfer time0.454451
size upload0size download15703
speed download13758speed upload0
download content length15703upload content length-1
starttransfer time0.637294redirect time0.503974
redirect urlprimary ip76.74.235.230
certinfoprimary port443
local ip10.1.1.180local port57670

Mobile Friendly Check


Mobile Friendly : Unknown

Score : Unknown

Localized Rule Name Rule Impact
No data to show.
CMS:
Locale:
Roboted Resources:
Transient Fetch Failure Resources:

Google Page Speed Insight (Mobile)

Page Speed

Usability Score

Page Statistics


numberResources9numberHosts2
totalRequestBytes880numberStaticResources6
htmlResponseBytes16053overTheWireResponeBytes65318
imageResponseBytes14576javascriptResponseBytes34168
otherResponseBytes521numberJsResources2


Avoid App Install Interstitials That Hide Content

Your page does not appear to have any app install interstitials that hide a significant amount of content. Learn more about the importance of avoiding the use of app install interstitials.

Avoid Plugins

Your page does not appear to use plugins, which would prevent content from being usable on many platforms. Learn more about the importance of avoiding plugins.

Configure Viewport

Your page specifies a viewport matching the device's size, which allows it to render properly on all devices. Learn more about configuring viewports.

Size Content to Viewport

The contents of your page fit within the viewport. Learn more about sizing content to the viewport.

Size Tap Targets Appropriately

All of your page's links/buttons are large enough for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Learn more about sizing tap targets appropriately.

Use Legible Font Sizes

The text on your page is legible. Learn more about using legible font sizes.

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network.
Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources:

  • https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Your images are optimized. Learn more about optimizing images.

Prioritize Visible Content

Visible content is not properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.

Google Page Speed Insight (Desktop)


Page Statistics


numberResources8numberHosts2
totalRequestBytes819numberStaticResources5
htmlResponseBytes16054overTheWireResponeBytes64811
imageResponseBytes14067javascriptResponseBytes34169
otherResponseBytes521numberJsResources2


Page Speed

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network.
Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources:

  • https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Your images are optimized. Learn more about optimizing images.

Prioritize Visible Content

Visible content is not properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.
Brannon's SiteDoctor found 11 major issues

Page Title

Page Title : MSK Chiropractors | Sports Injury | Cambridge - Ox


Your page title does not exceed 60 characters. It's fine.

Knowledge Base
Title is the heading of the webpage. The sentence or string enclosed between HTML title tag () is the title of your website. Search engines are searching for the title of your website and display the title along with your website address on search results. The title is the most important element for both SEO and social sharing. The title should be less than 50 to 60 characters because search engine typically displays this length of string or sentence on search results. A good title can consist of the primary keyword, secondary keyword and the brand name. For example a fictitious gaming information providing sites title may be like "the future of gaming information is here". A webpage title should contain a proper glimpse of the website. As said, the title is an important element as an identification of your website for your users experience, SEO and as well social sharing. So you should have a nice and catching title.
Learn more

Meta Description

Meta Description : Musculoskeletal / MSK Chiropractors and myofascial therapy services. Specialising in work and sports injury treatments covering Cambridge, Oxford, Reading.


Your page title exceeds 150 characters. It's not good.

Knowledge Base
The description is the full interpretation of your website content and features. Most often it is a short paragraph that describes what the features are and what information are provided by the website to its visitors. You may consider it as an advertising of your website. Although this is not too important for search engine ranking, but it is very important for hits or visits through search engine results. The description should be less than 150 characters because search engine shows this length of paragraph on search results. And every page of the website should contain a unique description to avoid description duplication. The description is the definition of your website for user experience, so form it as complete, but short and precise as possible.

Meta Keyword

Meta Keyword :


Your site do not have any meta keyword.

Knowledge Base
Meta keywords are keywords inside Meta tags. Meta keywords are not likely to be used for search engine ranking. The words of title and description can be used as Meta keywords. It is a good idea for SEO purposes other than search engine ranking.

Single Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Musculoskeletal 12 1.371 % No
Sports 10 1.143 % No
Chiropractic 9 1.029 % No
Chiropractors 9 1.029 % No
pain 8 0.914 % No
movement 7 0.8 % No
Massage 7 0.8 % No
MSK 7 0.8 % No
injuries 6 0.686 % No
Cambridge 6 0.686 % No
Oxford 5 0.571 % No
Chiropractor 5 0.571 % No
injury 5 0.571 % No
Reading 5 0.571 % No
normal 4 0.457 % No
TotalMSK 4 0.457 % No
Pain 4 0.457 % No
techniques 4 0.457 % No
advanced 4 0.457 % No
details 4 0.457 % No

Two Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Musculoskeletal MSK 5 0.571 % No
Corporate Wellness 4 0.457 % No
Musculoskeletal Chiropractors 4 0.457 % No
Oxford Reading 3 0.343 % No
Sports Injury 3 0.343 % No
to restore 3 0.343 % No
Sports Massage 3 0.343 % No
further details 3 0.343 % No
Chiropractic and 3 0.343 % No
MSK Chiropractic 3 0.343 % No
associated with 3 0.343 % No
Cambridge Oxford 3 0.343 % No
and musculoskeletal 2 0.229 % No
reduced mobility 2 0.229 % No
myofascial release 2 0.229 % No
sports injury 2 0.229 % No
Association SMA 2 0.229 % No
Massage Association 2 0.229 % No
Council CHNC 2 0.229 % No
Health Council 2 0.229 % No

Three Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Cambridge Oxford Reading 3 0.343 % No
Health Council CHNC 2 0.229 % No
Natural Health Council 2 0.229 % No
Musculoskeletal MSK Chiropractor 2 0.229 % No
Sports Massage Association 2 0.229 % No
a combination of 2 0.229 % No
Massage Association SMA 2 0.229 % No
Complementary Natural Health 2 0.229 % No
advanced myofascial release 2 0.229 % No
Musculoskeletal MSK Chiropractic 2 0.229 % No
far from the 2 0.229 % No
other types of 1 0.114 % No
sometimes other types 1 0.114 % No
lead to adaptive 1 0.114 % No
frequently lead to 1 0.114 % No
Unresolved injuries frequently 1 0.114 % No
of symptoms Unresolved 1 0.114 % No
types of symptoms 1 0.114 % No
symptoms Unresolved injuries 1 0.114 % No
injuries frequently lead 1 0.114 % No

Four Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam
Natural Health Council CHNC 2 0.229 % No
Complementary Natural Health Council 2 0.229 % No
Sports Massage Association SMA 2 0.229 % No
to adaptive changes either 1 0.114 % No
lead to adaptive changes 1 0.114 % No
either near or far 1 0.114 % No
changes either near or 1 0.114 % No
frequently lead to adaptive 1 0.114 % No
adaptive changes either near 1 0.114 % No
Unresolved injuries frequently lead 1 0.114 % No
types of symptoms Unresolved 1 0.114 % No
other types of symptoms 1 0.114 % No
of symptoms Unresolved injuries 1 0.114 % No
symptoms Unresolved injuries frequently 1 0.114 % No
near or far from 1 0.114 % No
injuries frequently lead to 1 0.114 % No
far from the original 1 0.114 % No
time these adaptive changes 1 0.114 % No
Over time these adaptive 1 0.114 % No
these adaptive changes can 1 0.114 % No

Keyword Usage

The most using keywords do not match with meta keywords.

Knowledge Base
Keyword usage is the amount of your keywords inside Meta tags and contents of your website. Use keywords that describes your site properly for precise search engine result of your website.

Total Words

Total Words : 875

Knowledge Base
Unique words are uncommon words that reflects your site features and information. Search engine metrics are not intended to use unique words as ranking factor, but it is still useful to get a proper picture of your websites content. Using positive unique words like complete, perfect, shiny, is a good idea and gives a better user experience.

Stop words that are classified like common words, mostly all the preposition, some generic words like download, click me, offer, win etc. Since most used keywords may be a slight factor for visitors, you are encouraged to use more unique words and less stop words.

Text/HTML Ratio Test

Site passed text/HTML ratio test.

Text/HTML Ratio Test : 26%

Knowledge Base
The ideal page's ratio of text to HTML code must be between 20 to 60%. Because if it is come less than 20% it means you need to write more text on your website, while if you have more than 60% - your page might be considered as spammy.

HTML Headings

H1(1)

  • Sports Injury and MSK Chiropractors | Cambridge - Oxford - Reading

H2(1)

  • TotalMSK Musculoskeletal / MSK Chiropractor services

H3(5)

  • Mobile MSK Chiropractic Service | Cambridge | Oxford | Reading
  • Chiropractors commonly treat various Injuries / conditions :-
  • Chiropractic to restore movement and address pain
  • Stress and Pain
  • Chiropractic and Massage Registrations

H4(0)

H5(0)

H6(0)

Knowledge Base
h1 status is the existence of any content inside a h1 tag. Although not important like Meta titles and descriptions for search engine ranking but still a good way to describe your content in search engine results.

h2 status is less important but should be used for proper understanding for visitors which come to your website.

robot.txt

Your site have robot.txt

Knowledge Base
robots.txt is a text file that reside on the websites root directory and contains the instruction for various robots (mainly search engine robots). It contains the information how you would like the robots to crawl and index your website on their own webpages. robots.txt contains the search bots or others bots name, directory list allowed or disallowed, indexing and crawling instructions for bots, time delay to crawl and index and even the sitemap URL. A full access or a full restriction, customized access or restriction, all can be imposed through robots.txt.

robots.txt is very important part for the SEO process. Your website directories will be crawled and indexed on search engine according to robots.txt instructions. So you need to add a robots.txt file in your website root directory. Write it properly, including your content enriched pages and other public pages, but exclude any pages which contain sensitive information. Remember robots.txt instruction to restrict access to your sensitive information of your page as it is not formidable on web page security grounds.
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Sitemap

Your site have sitemap
Location: https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sitemap.xml

Knowledge Base
Sitemap is a xml file which contains a full list of your websites URLs. It is used to include directories of your websites as the base for crawling and indexing of search engines and also for user access. The sitemap can help search engine bots to index your website faster and with deeper results. It is roughly the opposite of the robots.txt You can create a sitemap.xml with various free and paid services or you can write it by yourself (read the Learn more below, to see the inside about how to write a sitemap).

Also keep these things in mind :
1) Sitemap must be less than 10 MB (10,485,760 bytes) and can contain maximum 50,000 URLs. If you have more URLs than you should create multiple sitemap files and use a sitemap index file as well.
2) Put your sitemap in the website root directory and add the URL of your sitemap into the robots.txt file.
3) Sitemap.xml can be compressed using grip for faster loading time.

Broken link : a broken link is an inaccessible link or a URL of a website. A higher rate of broken links has a negative impact on search engine ranking due to reduced link quality. It also has a bad impact on user experience if they run into a 404 page. There are several reasons for broken links, the most common are listed below.
1) An incorrect link entered by you.
2) The destination website removed the linked web page given by you. (A common 404 error).
3) The destination website is irreversibly moved or does not exists anymore. (Changing domain or site blocked or dysfunctional).
4) The content may have been hidden behind some firewalls or alike software, or security mechanism that is blocking the access to the destination website.
5) You have provided a link to a site that is blocked by firewall or alike software for outside access.
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Internal Vs. External Links

Total Internal Links? 22
Total External Links? 10

Internal Links

  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/resources/chiro-bookingsenquiries/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/corporate-wellness/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/remedial-massage/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/chiropractor/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/myofascialrelease/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sports-massage/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/guasha-iastm/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/dry-needling/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/resources/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/#sportsinjuries
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/news/news.html
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/chiropractor/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/corporate-wellness/
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/backpain/backpain.html
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/#sportsinjuries
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/biotensegrity/biotensegrity.html
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/sportsinjuryblog/#stresswellbeingwork
  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/myofascialrelease/

External Links

  • http://leonchaitow.com/about/
  • https://www.cnhc.org.uk
  • https://www.gcc-uk.org
  • https://thesma.wildapricot.org
  • https://www.twitter.com/totalmsk
  • https://www.instagram.com/totalmsk
  • https://www.g.page/totalmsk
  • https://www.facebook.com/totalmsk
  • https://www.linkedIn.com/company/totalmsk
  • https://www.pinterest.com/totalmsk

NoIndex , NoFollow, DoDollow Links

Total NoIndex Links 0
Total NoFollow Links 1
Total DoFollow Links 31
NoIndex Enabled by Meta Robot? No
NoFollow Enabled by Meta Robot? No

NoIndex Links

NoFollow Links

  • <a href="http://leonchaitow.com/about/" target="_blank" title="Leon Chaitow Ostepath" rel="nofollow">(Leon Chaitow, Osteopath)</a>


Knowledge Base

NoIndex : noindex directive is a meta tag value. noindex directive is to blog and not to show your website on search engine results. You should not set ‘noindex’ as value in meta tags if you want that your website is visible on search engine results.

By default, a webpage is set to “index.” You should add a <meta name="robots" content="noindex" /> directive to a webpage in the <head> section of the HTML if you do not want search engines to crawl a given page and include it in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).

DoFollow & NoFollow : nofollow directive is a meta tag value. Nofollow directive are set, so that it is not to follow any links of your website by search engine bots. You must not set ‘nofollow’ as value in meta tags if you want that your links are followed up by search engine bots.

By default, links are set to “follow.” You would set a link to “nofollow” in this way: <a href="http://www.example.com/" rel="nofollow">Anchor Text</a> if you want to suggest to Google that the hyperlink should not pass any link equity/SEO value to the link target.

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SEO Friendly Links

Links of your site are SEO friendly.

Knowledge Base
An SEO friendly link is roughly to follow these rules. The URL should contain a dash as a separator, should not contain parameters and numbers and should be a static URL.

To resolve this use these techniques.
1) Replace underscore or other separator by dash, clean URLs by deleting or replacing number and parameters accordingly.
2) Merge your www and non www URLs.
3) Do not use dynamic and related URLs. Create an xml sitemap for proper indexing into search engines.
4) Block unfriendly and irrelevant links through robots.txt.
5) Endorse your canonical URLs in canonical tag.
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Favicon

Your site have favicon.

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Image 'alt' Test

Your site does not have any image without alt text.
Knowledge Base
An alternate title for images. Alt attributes content to describe an image. It is necessary for notifying search engine spider and improves actability to your website. So put a suitable title to your image, at least for those on your website content, but not including the images which are used to design your website. To resolve this put a suitable title in your alt attributes.
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DOC Type

DOC Type : <!doctype html>


Page have doc type.

Knowledge Base
doc type is not an SEO factor, but it is checked as to validate your web page. So you should set a doctype in your html page.
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Depreciated HTML Tag

Your site does not have any depreciated HTML tag.
Knowledge Base
Older HTML tags and attributes that have been superseded by other more functional or flexible alternatives (whether as HTML or as CSS ) are declared as deprecated in HTML4 by the W3C - the consortium that sets the HTML standards. Browsers should continue to support deprecated tags and attributes, but eventually these tags are likely to become obsolete and so future support cannot be guaranteed.

HTML Page Size

HTML Page Size : 25 KB


HTML page size is <= 100KB

Knowledge Base
HTML page size is one of the main factors of a webpage loading time. It should be less than 100 KB according to Google recommendation. Note that, this size does not including external CSS, JS or image files. That means, small page size less loading time.

To reduce your page size, do the following steps:
1) Move all your CSS and JS code to external file.
2) Make sure your text content to be on top of the page, so that it can be displayed before full page loading.
3) Reduce or compress all the images, flash media files etc. It is better if these files are less than 100 KB.
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GZIP Compression

GZIP Compressed Size : 7 KB


GZIP compression is enabled.

Knowledge Base
GZIP is a generic compressor that can be applied to any stream of bytes: under the hood it remembers some of the previously seen content and attempts to find and replace duplicate data fragments in an efficient way. However, in practice, GZIP performs best on text-based content, often achieving compression rates of as high as 70-90% for larger files, whereas running GZIP on assets that are already compressed via alternative algorithms (e.g. most image formats) yields little to no improvement. It is also recommended that the GZIP compressed size should be <=33 KB

Inline CSS

Your site does not have any inline css.
Knowledge Base
Inline CSS is the CSS code reside in html page under html tags not in external .CSS file. Inline CSS increases the loading time of your webpage which is an important search engine ranking factor. So try not to use inline CSS.

Internal CSS

Your site have 1 internal css.

Knowledge Base
Internal CSS is the CSS codes which resides on html page inside style tag. Internal CSS is increases loading time since no page caching is possible for internal CSS. Try to put your CSS code in external file.

Micro Data Schema Test

Site failed micro data schema test.
Knowledge Base
Micro data is the information underlying a html string or paragraph. Consider a string “Avatar”, it could refer a profile picture on forum, blog or social networking site or maybe it refers to the highly successful 3D movie. Microdot is used to specify the reference or underlying information about an html string. Microdata gives chances to search engine and other application for the better understanding of your content and significantly better display on search results.
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IP & DNS Report

IPv4 68.66.248.47
IPv6 Not Compatiable
DNS Report
SLHostClassTTLTypePRITargetIP
1totalmsk.co.ukIN14399A68.66.248.47
2totalmsk.co.ukIN21599NSns4.a2hosting.com
3totalmsk.co.ukIN21599NSns1.a2hosting.com
4totalmsk.co.ukIN21599NSns3.a2hosting.com
5totalmsk.co.ukIN21599NSns2.a2hosting.com
6www.totalmsk.co.ukIN14399CNAMEtotalmsk.co.uk
7totalmsk.co.ukIN14399MX0mail.totalmsk.co.uk

IP Canonicalization Test

Site failed IP canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
If multiple domain name are registered under single IP address, some search bots might label another website as a duplicate of one sites. This is IP canonicalization. Little bit like URL canonicalization. To solve this issue, you want to use redirects.
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URL Canonicalization Test

Site failed URL canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
Canonical tags make all your URLs lead to a single address or webpage into a single url. Like :
<link rel="canonical" href="https://mywebsite.com/home" />
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/home" />
Both refer to the link mywebsite.com/home. So all the different URL, with the same content or page, will now be under the same link or URL as mywebsite.com/home. This will definitely boost up your search engine ranking by eliminating content duplication. Use canonical tag for all URLs.
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Plain Text Email Test

Site passed plain text email test. No plain text email found.

Plain Text Email List



Knowledge Base
Plain text email address are vulnerable to email scrapping agents. An email scrapping agent will crawl your website and collect every email address which is written in plain text. So existence of plain text email address in your website can help spammers in email harvesting. This could also be a bad sign for search engines.

To fight this problem, you can obfuscate your email addresses in several ways:
1) CSS pseudo classes.
2) Writing your email address backwards.
3) Turn of display using CSS.
4) Obfuscate your email address using JavaScript.
5) Using WordPress and php (WordPress site only).
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cURL Response

urlhttps://www.totalmsk.co.ukcontent typetext/html
http code200header size423
request size140filetime-1
ssl verify result0redirect count0
total time0.179009namelookup time0.101272
connect time0.109342pretransfer time0.159373
size upload0size download25117
speed download140318speed upload0
download content length25117upload content length-1
starttransfer time0.170709redirect time0
redirect urlprimary ip68.66.248.47
certinfoprimary port443
local ip81.19.215.15local port49350

Mobile Friendly Check


Mobile Friendly : Unknown

Score : Unknown

Localized Rule Name Rule Impact
No data to show.
CMS:
Locale:
Roboted Resources:
Transient Fetch Failure Resources:

Google Page Speed Insight (Mobile)

Page Speed

Usability Score

Page Statistics


numberResources2numberHosts1
totalRequestBytes121numberStaticResources1
htmlResponseBytes25595overTheWireResponseBytes19285
imageResponseBytes16716


Avoid App Install Interstitials That Hide Content

Your page does not appear to have any app install interstitials that hide a significant amount of content. Learn more about the importance of avoiding the use of app install interstitials.

Avoid Plugins

Your page does not appear to use plugins, which would prevent content from being usable on many platforms. Learn more about the importance of avoiding plugins.

Configure Viewport

Your page specifies a viewport matching the device's size, which allows it to render properly on all devices. Learn more about configuring viewports.

Size Content to Viewport

The contents of your page fit within the viewport. Learn more about sizing content to the viewport.

Size Tap Targets Appropriately

Some of the links/buttons on your webpage may be too small for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Consider making these tap targets larger to provide a better user experience.The following tap targets are close to other nearby tap targets and may need additional spacing around them.

  • The tap target <a href="https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/">TotalMSK (Homepage)</a> is close to 1 other tap targets

Use Legible Font Sizes

The text on your page is legible. Learn more about using legible font sizes.

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

You have enabled browser caching. Learn more about browser caching recommendations.

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Properly formatting and compressing images can save many bytes of data.
Optimize the following images to reduce their transfer size by 7.2KiB ( 46% reduction ).

  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/images/sports-injury-chiropractors.jpg could save 7.2KiB ( 46%reduction )

Prioritize Visible Content

You have the above-the-fold content properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.

Google Page Speed Insight (Desktop)


Page Statistics


numberResources2numberHosts1
totalRequestBytes121numberStaticResources1
htmlResponseBytes25595overTheWireResponseBytes19285
imageResponseBytes16716


Page Speed

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

You have enabled browser caching. Learn more about browser caching recommendations.

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Properly formatting and compressing images can save many bytes of data.
Optimize the following images to reduce their transfer size by 7.2KiB ( 46% reduction ).

  • https://www.totalmsk.co.uk/images/sports-injury-chiropractors.jpg could save 7.2KiB ( 46%reduction )

Prioritize Visible Content

Visible content is not properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.

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