Growth Ecommerce Audit Service 📈

  • Actionable Audit ✅
  • Customer focused 
  • SEO Growth opportunities
  • Customer-driven revenue audit 

E-commerce audits delivered by an experienced eCommerce consultant.

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How The Audit For Your Ecommerce Store Works?

Step 1


Audit your store's data and customer journeys

Step 2

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Create a roadmap of opportunities for you

Step 3


Increase Your Profits with an actionable plan

Why Conduct An Ecommerce Audit?

✅ Audit current strategy 

✅ Look for “leaky holes’ in eCommerce SEO strategy 

✅ Use expert “fresh eyes” on your project 

Benefits of an Audit For Your Technical SEO?

✅ Keep your site up-to-date 

✅ improve your store’s performance 

✅ Identify friction in the buying journey 

✅ Identify cross-selling opportunities 

What Will Be The Outcome of The Audit?

✅ Get a clear roadmap for your eCommerce store’s growth strategy

✅ Get clear insights on how your brand is performing in search 

✅ Get a content audit roadmap

What To Expect With The Ecommerce Audit?


Your Audit gets delivered within
7-14 days


You will get custom sheets, slides and Looms


I will make sure you have a clear plan to work with

Helping Brands With Actionable Plans

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How To Get Started?

Step 1


Contact me via the contact form with a reply in 24HRs

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We will plan a call to talk about your brand

Step 3


I will then work on your audit to be delivered in 7 days

Frequently Asked Questions

During an e-commerce SEO audit, you review the condition of your website and put the suggested changes into practice. This will then lead to better conversion rates, more visitors, and higher page ranking on search engine results pages (SERPs).

An ecommerce assessment, sometimes referred to as ecommerce testing or ecommerce evaluation, entails testing many aspects of your website, such as its design, pages, functionality, and features, to ascertain how well it performs and functions as a whole.

Ecommerce valuation is often determined by evaluating a company’s existing and projected profitability as well as its potential for expansion. This is accomplished by taking into account elements including the amount of revenue earned, the company’s present financial situation, and the strength of its competitive position.


The 4 C’s of Marketing are Cost, Customer, Convenience, and Communication. Each one important gears within eCommerce.

A user-friendly shopping experience with simple navigation, thorough product information, customer feedback, and secure payment methods is what most e-commerce businesses aim to provide. Amazon, eBay, Etsy, and Shopify are a few examples of online shops.


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Schedule an SEO session and get started on the
path to grow your eCommerce store

You’re just one click away from improving your product rankings, increasing sales, and growing your
brand’s market share against competitors.