Technical and content audits have been the backbone of SEO for many years, and while they play a valuable role, their scope has expanded as search has evolved. Audits now cover much more than purely technical factors such as indexation, status codes and broken links. To stay relevant, audits have broadened to include aspects such as site navigation, content engagement, content gap analysis and conversion factors.
Data and web analytics should be playing a central part in all digital marketing campaigns, regardless of channel. However, we’ve been basing our decisions on the data provided to us through site analytics packages and for a long time now the industry standard measurement has been last click attribution.