I’ve been meaning to put together a list of recommended website audit tools for a few months now. Today I was wondering why a website I was auditing didn’t have the Secure badge and padlock icon in the address bar, even though the site had an SSL certificate.
This led me to discover Why No Padlock?, a simple tool which quickly told me why the website didn’t have the padlock icon.
Since discovering this tool, I’ve pulled together my recommended list of website audit tools, which covers everything from SEO, to security, to content analysis and server performance. If you have anything else to add to this list, let me know in the comments!
Our Most Recommended Website Audit Tools
How biased is this! Recommending our own product in a list of recommended website auditing tools?! Luckily, we sincerely believe Pulse is one of the best SEO site auditors for people who want an easy to understand auditor, which comes with a huge amount of easily understandable educational material. Pulse isn’t the tool to choose for auditing sites with millions of pages, but it is the tool for independent site owners, and small to medium businesses, who want to improve their SEO with a tool that is usable by anyone on the team.
If you’re paranoid about your website being secure, the list of SSL checkers below should give you piece of mind.