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Title
Cybersecurity News, Insights and Analysis | SecurityWeek

Words count: 6    Unique Words: 6    Length: 56 characters
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Excellent! the title contains 1-12 words, and within 10-70 characters!

The title will be displayed in search engine results in the form of a direct link to the site.

Tips:
1. ideally, the title should contain 10 to 70 characters, including spaces. (Google displays up to 70 characters in the title, and takes into account only the first 12 words.)
2. put the most important and relevant keywords in the title, try not to repeat any word.
3. each individual page should have a unique title.
Description
SecurityWeek provides cybersecurity news and information to global enterprises, with expert insights and analysis for IT security professionals.

Words count: 18    Length: 144 characters
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Excellent! Your meta description contains between 70 and 160 characters.

Meta Descriptions provide concise explanations of the contents of web pages, that are commonly used by search engines on search result pages to display preview snippets for a given page.

Tips:
1. it is best to keep meta descriptions between 70-160 characters.
2. a readable, compelling description using important keywords can draw a much higher click-through rate of searchers to the given web page.
3. avoid keyword stuffing, ensure each page has its own unique description.
Google SERP Preview
Cybersecurity News, Insights and Analysis | SecurityWeek www.securityweek.com/
SecurityWeek provides cybersecurity news and information to global enterprises, with expert insights and analysis for IT security professionals.

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This is how your site looks like in Google Search Result Page.

an optimized SERP snippet will have a higher click through rate.

Tips:
1. make sure the title is clear, simple, straight to the point.
2. make sure the description is relevant and properly summarized the page content.
Keywords
Cybersecurity news, information security, IT security, cyber threats, updates, enterprise security, cloud security, cybercrime news, malware, network security, SCADA security, threat intelligence, identity management, data protection, threat reports

Words count: 28    Length: 235 characters    keyword phrases count : 15

The keywords contains more than 20 words!
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Keyword Occurrences in Different Sections
Wordkeyword domain title descriptionheadingcontent
1 word:13% (2/15)
updates 4   (0.35%)
malware 8   (0.69%)
2 words:87% (13/15)
cybersecurity news 25   (2.17%)
information security 52   (4.51%)
it security 52   (4.51%)
cyber threats 8   (0.69%)
enterprise security 59   (5.12%)
cloud security 62   (5.38%)
cybercrime news 20   (1.73%)
network security 62   (5.38%)
scada security 53   (4.60%)
threat intelligence 12   (1.04%)
identity management 10   (0.87%)
data protection 14   (1.21%)
threat reports 8   (0.69%)


Meta keywords should not be ignored, though they are not a major ranking factor for most of search engines nowadays. A Meta keywords tag is supposed to be a brief and concise list of the most important themes of your page

Tips:
1. keep your list of keywords or keyword phrases down to 10 - 20 unique words or phrases.
2. separate the words or phrases using a comma (you do not need to leave a space between words separated by commas).
3. do not repeat words or phrases.
4. put your most important word or phrases at the beginning of your list.
Keywords Cloud
This keywords cloud gives your an idea of what are those important keywords appears in your website.

attacks  breach  cloud  cyber  cybersecurity  data  dns  effectiveness  endpoint  enterprise  fraud  hackers  hacking  ics  identity  impact  intelligence  linux  long  malware  management  network  news  patches  protection  read  report  risks  rsaquo  rsquo  security  securityweek  software  story  strategy  systems  threat  updates  vulnerabilities  year 

Top 20 Keywords
Total Terms Count: 1,153

It is nice! the word density is quite ok.

Top 20 terms occurance and density
KeywordIn DomainIn TitleIn DescriptionIn Heading In Body Density
security 52 4.51%
read 21 1.82%
news 17 1.47%
network 10 0.87%
story 10 0.87%
cloud 10 0.87%
malware 8 0.69%
protection 8 0.69%
cyber 8 0.69%
cybersecurity 8 0.69%
threat 8 0.69%
hackers 7 0.61%
rsquo 7 0.61%
hacking 7 0.61%
year 7 0.61%
enterprise 7 0.61%
systems 6 0.52%
patches 6 0.52%
risks 6 0.52%
vulnerabilities 6 0.52%

keyword density can be used as a factor in determining whether a web page is relevant to a specified keyword or keyword phrase.


Tips:
1. the optimum keyword density to be 1.0% - 3.0%. Using a keyword more than that could be considered search spam.
2. overuse of keywords, a practice called keyword stuffing, will cause a web page to be penalized.
Highlight
<H1><H2><H3><H4><H5><H6><B><U><I><EM><STRONG>Total
1370000000011

Excellent! The page is using HTML headings (<H1> - <H6>) and inline emphasis tags (<EM><B><I><EM><STRONG>)

<H1>

(1)

<H2>

(3)
IT Security News Headlines
More Security Headlines
SecurityWeek Experts

<H3>

(7)
SECURITYWEEK NETWORK:
Security Experts:
Get the Daily Briefing
Popular Topics
Security Community
Stay Intouch
About SecurityWeek


HTML headings and emphasis tags are the most basic forms to indicate important content.

Tips:
1. use your keywords in the headings and make sure the first level heading (<H1>) includes the most important keywords.
2. never duplicate the title tag content in the heading tags.
3. for more effective SEO, use only one <H1> tag per page
Reading Level
4.6

The page text content is a bit too difficult to be read and understood!

Ensure your page content text can be read and understood by most of your site visitors. not too difficult nor too simple.

Tips:
1. a score below 30, indicates the text content is too difficult to be read and understood.
2. a sore above 80, may suggest that the site is lack of in-depth and expertise of its topics (low quality content).
3. an optimal reading level score shall be 50-70.
Language
en Excellent! the website declared its language in use.

the detected language is : en

Declare the language in use can help search engine to better understand and rendering your page, especially when special characters are encountered.
Page Encoding
utf-8 Excellent! the website declared its character encoding.

Declare the character encoding can help search engine to better rendering your page, especially when it comes to
non-asii characters.
Favicon
Excellent! the website has a shortcut favicon image.

RSS
the website does not have a RSS Feed.

Robots.txt
Robots.txt is not presented for the site.

Robots.txt file can be used to regulate access of search engine crawlers, properly configured robots.txt file can help
crawlers to better understand your website.

Tips:
1. grand robots access to those pages you wish them to crawl.
2. restrict access to those pages you do not wish search engines to see and crawl.
XML Sitemap
XML Sitemap is not presented for the site.
[ To generate XML sitemap, Use this XML Sitemap Generator ]

Sitemap helps search engine crawler to identify your website pages.

Tips:
1. ensure all your important pages are listed in the sitemap.
2. ensure to indicate the frequency of change and importance of each url.
3. inform search engines of the location/URL of your sitemap (eg, For Google, you can set the website sitemap location through Google Webmaster management panel).
Loading Time
0.76 seconds - 15.48 Kb/s

Excellent! the site is pretty fast and it takes less than 1 second to load.

Estimated loading time for different internet connections
Modem
(56Kbits/s)
Mobile/HSDPAM
(7.2Mbits/s)
ADSL
(8Mbits/s)
Cable
(30Mbits/s)
Optical Fibre
(100Mbits/s)
1.68 s 0.01 s 0.01 s 0.00 s 0.94 ms

Site speed is becoming an crucial ranking factor. Slow page loading is one of the biggest complains of web users. If the loading time is too long, you may need to check your server, network, or system codes and structure.

Tips:
1. ideal loading time is less than 1 seconds, if it take more than 5 seconds to load your site, likely users will run out of patience, so do search engines.
2. improve your SEO by optimizing your website to have a small size and faster responding server.
Total Size
12 Kb (11,763 bytes)

The page is a bit too small, it may not have enough relevant content to rank well!

Page size affects the speed of your website.

Tips:
1. try to keep you page size between 30K-150K
2. put javascript and style sheet in separate files, and link them to the main page.
3. use optimized images for web and set up your server with gzip for downloading
Text To Code Ratio
Total Size Text Size HTML Code Size Text/HTML Code Ratio
12 Kb (11,763 bytes) 9 Kb (9,059 bytes) 3 Kb (2,704 bytes) 335.02 %


The Text/HTML Code Ratio is a bit too high, it might be considered as spam by search engines.

the ratio of text to HTML code should always be above 15% for good SEO gain,
it is below 15% then that means that your website probably needs more text content.

Tips:
1. a ratio between 25% and 70% is ideal, when it goes beyond than that, the page might run the risk of being considered as spam. As long as the content is relevant and gives essential information, it is a plus point to have more of it.
2. improve your SEO by adding more relevant text to your pages and also increasing your keyword density.
Flash
Excellent! No flash component is detected on this page.

Flash content can not be properly indexed by search engines, and normally flash file is large in size, which slow down the loading of your page.

Tips:
1. avoid flash content whenever possible if you wish to have a fast and SEO friendly website.
Frame
Excellent! No frame is detected on this page.

Framesets and individual frames could cause problem for search engine to crawl your pages

Tips:
1. avoid frames whenever possible.
2. search engines do not like frames.
3. use iframe instead if you really have no choice.
Inline CSS
4 Inline CSS components are detected on this page.

It is a good practice to move inline CSS rules into an external CSS file in order to make your page lighter and increasing the text to code ratio.

Tips:
1. move inline css rules to external css file.
2. separate style from html.
Nested Table
Excellent! No nested table is detected on this page (nested table : 0, total table : 0)

nested tables could slow down page rendering and lead to bad user experience.

Tips:
1. avoiding <table> for your page layout.
2. using <div> instead of <table>.
Plain Text Email
Excellent! No Plain Text Email is detected on this page.

Redirect Count
3 redirections were detected for loading this page.

Using HTTPS
Excellent! HTTPS is used for your page.

WWW Resolve
Excellent! the websites https://www.securityweek.com/ and http://securityweek.com are resolved to the same url :https://www.securityweek.com/

Search Engines treat URLs with or without "www" as two different records.

Tips:
1. edit your .htaccess file and permanently redirect one to the other (eg redirect www.mysite.com to mysite.com).
URL Rewrite
Non SEO Friendly URLs
http://securityweek.com/front_page?page=1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?page=1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?quicktabs_1=0#quicktabs-1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?quicktabs_1=1#quicktabs-1


You may use url rewrite techniques to make these 4 urls to be SEO friendly.

clean, short and relevant URLs are favoured by users and search engines

Tips:
1. use url rewrite to turn dynamic pages with query parameters into seo friendly static pages.
2. put your important keywords in the url.
3. good urls are not only user friendly but also seo friendly.
Underscore In URL
URLs with underscore
http://securityweek.com/front_page?page=1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?page=1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?quicktabs_1=0#quicktabs-1
http://securityweek.com/front_page?quicktabs_1=1#quicktabs-1


You have 4 Urls with underscore.

Search Engines treat hyphen as word separator, they do not treat underscore as word separator.


Tips:
1. use hyphen "-" instead of underscore "_" to optimize your page url.
2. help search engines to better understand your url, eventually will benefit your page`s ranking.
Links
Internal Links
(link to pages within this domain)
External Links
(link to pages on other websites)
Total
156 27 183


Too many links (183), it may be considered as spam!

Internal Links (link to pages within this domain) - 156
URL Anchor Text
https://www.securityweek.comCybersecurity News
http://securityweek.com/
https://www.securityweek.com/subscribeSubscribe
http://securityweek.com/virus-threatsMalware & Threats
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/vulnerabilitiesVulnerabilities
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/email-securityEmail Security
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/virus-malwareVirus & Malware
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/white-papersIoT Security
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/whitepapersThreat Intelligence
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/endpoint-securityEndpoint Security
http://securityweek.com/cybercrimeCybercrime
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/cyberwarfareCyberwarfare
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/fraud-identity-theftFraud & Identity Theft
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/phishingPhishing
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/malwareMalware
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/tracking-law-enforcementTracking & Law Enforcement
http://securityweek.com/mobile-wirelessMobile & Wireless
http://securityweek.com/mobile-wireless/mobile-securityMobile Security
http://securityweek.com/mobile-wireless/wireless-securityWireless Security
http://securityweek.com/privacy-complianceRisk & Compliance
http://securityweek.com/privacy-compliance/auditsRisk Management
http://securityweek.com/privacy-compliance/complianceCompliance
http://securityweek.com/privacy-compliance/privacyPrivacy
http://securityweek.com/privacy-compliance/whitepapersSupply Chain
http://securityweek.com/security-infrastructureSecurity Architecture
http://securityweek.com/secur...y-infrastructure/cloud-securityCloud Security
http://securityweek.com/secur...-infrastructure/identity-accessIdentity & Access
http://securityweek.com/secur...-infrastructure/data-protectionData Protection
http://securityweek.com/secur...infrastructure/network-securityNetwork Security
http://securityweek.com/secur...astructure/application-securityApplication Security
http://securityweek.com/management-strategySecurity Strategy
http://securityweek.com/management-strategy/risk-managementRisk Management
http://securityweek.com/manag...-strategy/security-architectureSecurity Architecture
http://securityweek.com/manag...ment-strategy/disaster-recoveryDisaster Recovery
http://securityweek.com/manag...strategy/training-certificationTraining & Certification
http://securityweek.com/manag...ment-strategy/incident-responseIncident Response
http://securityweek.com/icsotICS/OT
http://securityweek.com/iot-securityIoT Security
https://www.securityweek.com/...king-industrial-control-systems
https://www.securityweek.com/...king-industrial-control-systemsHacktivist Attacks Show Ease o...
http://securityweek.com/north...s-caught-rigging-legit-softwareNorth Korean Gov Hackers Caugh...
http://securityweek.com/inves...ty-guard-software-supply-chainsInvestors Bet on Ox Security t...
http://securityweek.com/more-...-say-risks-higher-cloud-premiseMore Than Half of Security Pro...
http://securityweek.com/detai...tical-flaw-allowing-plc-hackingDetails Disclosed After Schnei...
http://securityweek.com/austr...h-new-data-protection-laws-yearAustralia Flags Tough New Data...
http://securityweek.com/drupa...nerability-twig-template-engineDrupal Updates Patch Vulnerabi...
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http://securityweek.com/auth0...ollowing-source-code-compromiseAuth0 Finds No Breach Followin...
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http://securityweek.com/kaiji...targeting-linux-windows-systemsKaiji Botnet Successor 'Chaos'...
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http://securityweek.com/fast-...acts-website-apple-news-accountFast Company Hack Impacts Webs...
http://securityweek.com/fast-...acts-website-apple-news-account[Read More]
http://securityweek.com/repor...ethical-hackers-execute-attacksReport Shows How Long It Takes...
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http://securityweek.com/l2-ne...-impact-multiple-cisco-productsL2 Network Security Control By...
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http://securityweek.com/high-...fectiveness-mfa-fatigue-attacksHigh-Profile Hacks Show Effect...
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http://securityweek.com/cyber...fe-ukraine-impact-stays-shadowsCyber Warfare Rife in Ukraine,...
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http://securityweek.com/chrom...s-high-severity-vulnerabilities[Read More]
http://securityweek.com/front_page?page=1››
http://securityweek.com/authors/john-maddison
http://securityweek.com/multi...require-cloud-native-protectionMulti-Cloud Networks Require C...
http://securityweek.com/authors/john-maddisonJohn Maddison
http://securityweek.com/secur...y-infrastructure/cloud-securityCloud Security
http://securityweek.com/multi...require-cloud-native-protectionRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/torsten-george
http://securityweek.com/left-...ht-boom-having-winning-strategy"Left and Right of Boom" - Hav...
http://securityweek.com/authors/torsten-georgeTorsten George
http://securityweek.com/virus-threats/endpoint-securityEndpoint Security
http://securityweek.com/left-...ht-boom-having-winning-strategyRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/marc-solomon
http://securityweek.com/how-o...d-politics-can-get-way-securityHow Organizational Structure, ...
http://securityweek.com/authors/marc-solomonMarc Solomon
http://securityweek.com/manag...ment-strategy/incident-responseIncident Response
http://securityweek.com/how-o...d-politics-can-get-way-securityRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/joshua-goldfarb
http://securityweek.com/how-l...ove-security-and-fraud-programsHow "Long-Sightedness" Can Imp...
http://securityweek.com/authors/joshua-goldfarbJoshua Goldfarb
http://securityweek.com/management-strategyManagement & Strategy
http://securityweek.com/how-l...ove-security-and-fraud-programsRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/william-lin
http://securityweek.com/vc-view-appsec-evolutionThe VC View: The AppSec Evolut...
http://securityweek.com/authors/william-linWilliam Lin
http://securityweek.com/secur...astructure/application-securityApplication Security
http://securityweek.com/vc-view-appsec-evolutionRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/derek-manky
http://securityweek.com/when-...99t-overlook-your-linux-systemsWhen It Comes to Security, Don...
http://securityweek.com/authors/derek-mankyDerek Manky
http://securityweek.com/cybercrime/malwareMalware
http://securityweek.com/when-...99t-overlook-your-linux-systemsRead full story
http://securityweek.com/authors/galina-antova
http://securityweek.com/3-con...ional-structure-itot-governance3 Considerations When Aligning...
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http://securityweek.com/icsotICS/OT
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External Links (link to pages on other websites) - 27
URL Anchor Text
https://gateway.on24.com/wcc/...86/securityweek-webcast-libraryWebcasts
https://www.securitysummits.com/Virtual Events
https://securityweek.formstack.com/forms/contactWRITE FOR US
https://www.securitysummits.com/event/ciso-virtual-summit/2022 CISO Forum
https://www.icscybersecurityconference.com/ICS Cyber Security Conference
https://securityweek.formstack.com/forms/contactContact
https://feeds.feedburner.com/securityweek
https://feeds.feedburner.com/securityweek
https://twitter.com/securityweek
https://www.facebook.com/pages/SecurityWeekCom/366251913615
https://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2983767
https://feeds.feedburner.com/securityweek
https://www.securitysummits.comVirtual Cybersecurity Events
https://gateway.on24.com/wcc/...86/securityweek-webcast-libraryWebcast Library
http://www.cisoforum.com/CISO Forum
http://www.icscybersecurityconference.com/ICS Cyber Security Conference
http://www.infosecisland.com/InfosecIsland.Com
https://twitter.com/securityweekTwitter
https://www.facebook.com/pages/SecurityWeekCom/366251913615Facebook
https://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2983767LinkedIn Group
https://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=3551517Cyber Weapon Discussion Group
https://feeds.feedburner.com/securityweekRSS Feed
https://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4439585Security Intelligence Group
https://www.securitysummits.com/sponsors/Event Sponsorships
https://securityweek.formstack.com/forms/contactWriting Opportunities
https://securityweek.formstack.com/forms/contactFeedback
https://securityweek.formstack.com/forms/contactContact Us

reasonable number of links (below 100) per page will give a better user experience.


Tips:
1. keep the number of links per page below 100.
2. having more than 100 links in a single page will lead to a bad user experience, and it possibly runs into the risk of been considered as spam.
3. search engines may not follow all the links if you have too many of them in a single page.
Images
Total Images Alt Present Alt Missing
21 19 2


2 images do not have Alt values.

Image URL - 21
URL ALT Text
http://securityweek.com/sites/default/files/securityweek_logo.jpegCybersecurity News, Insights a...
https://www.securityweek.com/...s/imagecache/slider/OT_Cyberattacks-Hacktivists.jpg
http://securityweek.com/images/RSS-Icon.pngrss icon
http://securityweek.com/sites/all/themes/securityweek/images/long_dotted.jpglong dotted
http://securityweek.com/images/RSS-Icon.pngrss icon
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-161.pngJohn Maddison's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-99.jpgTorsten George's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-63.jpgMarc Solomon's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-104.jpgJoshua Goldfarb's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-183.pngWilliam Lin's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-180.jpgDerek Manky's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-149.jpgGalina Antova's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-63.jpgMarc Solomon's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-186.jpgLandon Winkelvoss's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/sites/default/files/pictures/picture-188.pngJeff Orloff's picture
https://www.securityweek.com/images/security_newsletter.gif
http://securityweek.com/sites/default/files/logos/Twitter-security-icon.pngSecurityWeek News on Twitter
http://securityweek.com/sites/default/files/logos/Facebook-Security-Group.pngSecurityWeek on Facebook
http://securityweek.com/sites...default/files/logos/LinkedIn-Cybersecurity-icon.pngJoin our Group on LinkedIn
http://securityweek.com/sites/default/files/logos/Cybersecurity_News_Feed.pngSubscribe via RSS
http://securityweek.com/images/wired_publishing.jpgWired Business Media


search engines cannot `see` images, proper Alt content will help them to better understand and index images.

Tips:
1. always add alt attributes to images. Alt is mandatory for accessibility and for valid XHTML.
2. words used within an image`s Alt attribute should be its text equivalent and convey the same information.
3. use a human-readable caption and descriptive text around the image.
CSS
Style Block In Same Page Links to External Style Files Total
0 2 2


Excellent! all stylesheets are kept in separate files.

Links To External Stylesheet Files - 2
Stylesheet URL rel type
http://securityweek.com/sites.../files/css/css_ed54182a8e59358eb0172b916b6fcbe9.cssstylesheettext/css
http://securityweek.com/sites.../files/css/css_6c4179e05b3d1b0bb810ab3ccaf19931.cssstylesheettext/css

Script
Scripts Block In Same Page Links to External Script Files Total
15 4 19


Too many (4) external scripts files , it will slow down the downlaoding.

Links To External Script Files - 4
Script URL Type
http://securityweek.com/cdn-cgi/apps/head/uF-Ze7WAyjEpzP032WXyUupeXAE.js
http://securityweek.com/sites...ult/files/js/js_682935600cf53dcafd038e761f9a2feb.jstext/javascript
http://securityweek.com/sites...ult/files/js/js_94ecae30fb283069baef09153570adc0.jstext/javascript
http://securityweek.com/sites/all/modules/custom_control/misc/init.js?1664474590text/javascript

put scripts together and link them from an external files rather then put them in the same file as the main page.

Tips:
1. reduce the use of in-page scripts, put them in separate files and link them in.
2. reduce the number of external script files, it will help browser to make lesser number of http requests from the server.
3. optimize or compress the script files to have smaller size and faster loading.
Blog Or News Release
Link to Blog / News Release Page
http://securityweek.com/fast-...acts-website-apple-news-accountFast Company Hack Impacts Webs...


Excellent! we have found blog linked to your site.

Having a blog is a great way to provide fresh content and retain users, search engines favour it too.


Tips:
1. regularly update your blog and provide fresh and quality content.
2. relevant blogs of your website topics, generate more credits in the eyes of your visitors, as well as search engines.
DMOZ Listing
No

Your site is not listed in the DMOZ Open Directory. DMOZ Open Directory Project

Google Analytics
UA-11590534-1 Excellent! the website implements Google Analytics.

Google Page Rank
5 Excellent! the website has a high page rank (5/10).

5
0 - 1 2 - 3 4 - 10
Poor Good Excellent
Links From Root Domains
31
Fair Enough! number of root domains (31) linked to your site securityweek.com could be improved.

31
< 20 21 - 50 > 51
Poor Good Excellent


Number of backlinks from some other root domains is an indicator of domain authority, the more backlinks your site has, the higher its domain authority, which leads to a higher chance of better ranking.

Tips:
1. make it easy for others to link to your site, provide the code if possible.
2. links from older domains are more powerful than links from new domains.
3. links from .edu and .gov generally have a higher value.
Social Engagement
Your site has an excellent social media engagement!

  Facebook Likes 112
  Facebook Shares 901
  Facebook Comments 35
  Tweets 32
  LinkedIn 483

Social Media Integration
Excellent! your site is well integrated with social media networks.

Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/pages/SecurityWeekCom/366251913615
Twitter Accounthttps://twitter.com/securityweek
Google+ PageNot Found


Trustworthiness
89

Excellent! the website has a good Trustworthiness Score (89/100).

89
0 - 19 20 - 39 40 - 59 60 - 79 80 - 100
Very Poor Poor Unsatisfactory Good Excellent


Users are concerned about the safety of their online transactions. Trustworthiness rating is based on real user ratings and that tells you how much other users trust this site, so do the serch engines. note: this trustworthiness score is provided by WOT (Web of Trust).

Tips:
1. pay attention to the look and design of your site, many people look for visual cues when assessing a site`s credibility
2. make your site easy to use, sites that are easy to navigate are perceived as being more trustworthy.
3. make it easy for user to contact you, users will be more comfortable and feel more secured shall they need to get in touch with you.
Child Safe
92 Excellent! the website has a good Child Safe Score (92/100).

92
0 - 19 20 - 39 40 - 59 60 - 79 80 - 100
Very Poor Poor Unsatisfactory Good Excellent


Safe Browsing
Safe! the site securityweek.com is NOT currently listed as suspicious, most-likely it is clean from malware and phining code [ verify this by Google Safe Browsing ]

Ensure that your site is malware free and does not cause harm to users` computers.

Tips:
1. do not put virus, malicious worms, adwares, trojans, spywares and suspicious phishing code in your server.
2. take suspicious behaviours seriously, have a regular check-up and monitor closely of your server`s log files.
3. if your site is black-listed by Google as suspicious, clean it up before requesting for a review.
Traffic Rank
87,757th most visited website in the world.
55,560th most visited website in United States  

your site has an excellent high traffic rank in the world.
Websites On Same Server
Excellent! You do have very few domains (1 - securityweek.com) hosted on the same server as securityweek.com (ip : 104.24.160.3).

Too many domains hosted on the same server is an indicator that you are not really serious about your website, and your site will have a higher chance to be surrounded by bad neighbours.

Tips:
1. the fewer domains hosted on the same server/ip the better.
2. avoid shared hosting whenever possible, especially when there are already hundreds or thousands of sites are hosted on the same server.
3. dedicated ip or resources for your site not only do good to your site visitors but also favoured by search engines.
Server Location
your server (IP : 104.24.160.3) is located at United States  
the most site visitors come from United States  

Excellent! your server is located close to most of your site visitors.
HTTP Compression
No

your website server does not support HTTP Compression.

Caching
No

your website server does not support Caching.

Server Signature
Excellent! the website server signature is off.

A secure and safe server is not only good for your site visitors but also good for search engines.

Tips:
1. server software version information can be utilized by malicious visitors to attack your server.
2. by turning off the server signature, you actually have made your server a little bit more secure.
3. for Apache server - edit the apache2.conf or the .htaccess file to turn server signature off.
Domain Age
20 years, 192 days old ( 1st registered on : 2002-03-21 )


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excellent, the domain age is old enough.

Domain Expires
5 years, 173 days from today ( expires on : 2028-03-21 )


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excellent, the domain is not expiring too soon.

Domain Info
securityweek.com ( 16 characters )

Domain Registrar : GoDaddy.com, LLC

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Domain Created On Last Modified On Expires On
2002-03-21 2022-09-04 2028-03-21
20 years, 192 days old 0 years, 25 days ago 5 years, 173 days from today
20 years, 192 days old


Domain Name Servers used by securityweek.com
DNS Name IP Address
lee.ns.cloudflare.com108.162.193.129
roxy.ns.cloudflare.com108.162.192.142


Excellent! the Domain is of right length, easy to be remembered by visitors.

domain name choice and domain age are crucial for SEO.

Tips:
1. keep the domain name short and relevant to the content, which will be easier to be remembered and related to.
2. older domain tends to be more trustworthy.
3. register a domain for more than 1 year, and search engine will think it is a serious business.


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