Jun 22, 2021 10:30 AM - edited Aug 12, 2021 11:33 AM
Reporting tells the story of what happened on your website to influence what you're going to do next. This all depends on your goals. Start by setting SMART goals and establishing KPIs for your website.
Once you've determined your goals, work backward.
Share your primary SEO goal and the metrics you're going to track to ensure you're on course to meet it.
Here's an example: "We want to increase organic traffic to X page by X% over the next X months. The metrics we will track are organic traffic, SERP position, and search impressions."
Bonus: Share the strategies you're going to implement to reach that goal.
*To learn more about this, check out the SEO Reporting lesson via HubSpot Academy.
I want to increase organic traffic to my pillar page by 15% over the next 3 months. My strategy for accomplishing this is to optimize our apply page for search intent and to acquire backlinks, as well as optimizing the product page using on-page SEO best practices.
My goal is to my increase organic traffic and on my Kings Initiative podcast website by 35% over the next 6 months. I also would like to rank higher (perferable on page 1) for keyword search within these next 6 months. Using Google Search Console & Google Analytics will help track my search purformance, and also my rank.
My goal is to get a 20% increase in organic traffic to our apply page. My strategy for accomplishing this is to optimize our apply page for search intent and to acquire backlinks, as well as optimizing the product page using on-page SEO best practices.
I want to increase organic traffic to my pillar page by 15% over the next 3 months.
I will track organic traffic, SERP position, and impressions
My strategy is to general more quality linkbacks and optimize on-site SEO.
2 weeks ago
I'm planning to redesign and recycle content on the website in order to achieve:
The strategy I'm going to put in progress is driving traffic from social media posts to the home page and landing page.
2 weeks ago
I'm creating a website for my new business offering consulting and other services.
I want to increase business revenue by 50% over the next 3 months via traffic to the website.
The metrics I'll track are organic traffic to the pillar page, blog posts and service booking page, conversions, bounce rate and sales made from the website.
3 weeks ago
Our goal is to increase organic traffic and donations to our nonprofit's website www.worldinspiringnetwork.org/donate by 20% over the next 3 months. We will do this by leveraging on Google Console, Google Analytics, and Hubspot to help us measure our current purformance, and also know the kind of keywords that are driving traffic the donation page.
We will then write optimised blog posts around the keywords and also work on increasing the number of current backlinks we have. We will set KPI's and make sure they are met.
Finally, we will ensure our page is not over optimised. Thank you.