Anyone of you can check my website and let me know that how i've done its designing and its seo is good or not? Should i carry on with some links at the backend strategy or you guys can suggest me some tools.

Rahin_1 commented: https://coderhub.xyz/ +0

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emmastone,

I checked out your site: Way, way, way too many third-party Javascript + jquery libraries. Horrible for SEO. Horrible for site usability.

rproffitt,

Those are well-known analytics tools, but they take knowledge and experience to know how to interpret the data and make it actionable.

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You wrote in another discussion:

I suggest you to use some tools for that purpose like ahrefs and Moz.

Are you reporting these are not very good or something else? To me your post could be spam.

emmastone,

I checked out your site: Way, way, way too many third-party Javascript + jquery libraries. Horrible for SEO. Horrible for site usability.

rproffitt,

Those are well-known analytics tools, but they take knowledge and experience to know how to interpret the data and make it actionable.

commented: OP mentioned those tools! +15

Your SEO overall score is 43/100.
You have added your own internal link as External. e.g http://www.diginetware.com/about-us must be linked as /about-us at backend
You haven't define any keywords
Headings are not proper placed
You have no social interaction

hope this will server the purpose. Let me know if you have any other question

You have added your own internal link as External.

What do you mean? It's fine for internal links to reference the complete URL (beginning with https://) instead of just a relative URL. I don't think Google treats the URL any differently. I might be mistaken, but I don't believe so, as long as you aren't switching between http<->https or www<->non-www.

That being said, it does add a little bit of overhead in terms of HTML file size if you keep repeating the full domain for every internal link.

commented: by adding as internal link actually you are guiding google about your site structure. +0
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