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And receive quick tips and long-term recommendations at the end to make improvements that stick.
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To begin, tell us your name.... *

 
...and your industry:

i.e. legal, finance, management consulting etc.
 
Have you made a conscious effort to keyword optimize your website content {{answer_U7s9ddnTV4UF}}? *

This means placing (not stuffing) high relevancy, low competition searched-for phrases and words inside the text on your website.

 
Do you leverage search engine marketing for your firm? *

This means paying to advertise on platforms such as Google and Bing to appear at the top of search engine results pages for specific keywords that potential clients are searching for.

 
How many inquiries do you get as a result of your search engine marketing efforts per month? *


 
Which description best describes your website? *


 
Is there a call to action on every page of your website? *

An instruction designed to prompt and enable an immediate response i.e 'call now' or 'click here'

 
Is your website frequently updated with fresh content? For example, new blog posts and/or news articles etc. *


 
How frequently do you update your website with fresh content? *


 
How often do you email your database? *

Choose the frequency that best represents your email sending habits...

 
Which social platforms does your firm use frequently? *

This question applies to company pages and accounts only, and NOT personal profiles.

 
Which of these platforms do you pay to advertise on? *


 
Do you use any other online advertising platforms?

For example: display ads (Google/Bing), retargeting ads, sponsored content (not paid social) etc.
 
Would you say your firm's brand is consistently represented online, across platforms? (Website, social media, advertising etc.) *

Think about your tone of voice, imagery, mission statement etc.

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Your score is {{var_score}} out of 40
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Your score is {{var_score}} out of 40
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?