Japanese-tea-ceremony.net - SEO Checker

Overview of the SEO Check
Meta information
75% 
Page quality
84% 
Page structure
100% 
Link structure
88% 
Server
97% 
External factors
100% 
SEO Score
Response time
0.26 s
File size
35.40 kB
Words
1770
Media files
48
Number of links
84 internal / 8 external

Task list of SEO Improvements

Meta specifications

Title
(Critically important)
Japanese Tea Ceremony
The length of the page title is perfect. (226 pixels out of 580 max pixel length)
There are no duplicate words in the title
Meta description
(Critically important)
Japanese Tea Ceremony, also called Chado, Sado, and Chanoyu. The tea ceremony in Japan is not only to drink matcha but also to learn about the Japanese culture and it is a bridge between people.
The meta description is too long: 1229 pixels from max. 1000 pixels. Optimize description
Crawlability
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There are no problems in accessing the website.
Canonical URL
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No canonical link is specified.
Language
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Language detected in text: en
Server location: United States of America
One or more of the specified languages are not ISO standard (en, en-us, de, etc.)
The language is not specified in the HTML markup.
Alternate/Hreflang Links
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There are no alternate links specified on this page.
Other meta tags
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There is no rel next meta tag on this page.
There is no rel prev meta tag on this page.
Domain
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The domain is no subdomain.
The domain length is good.
The domain does not contain non-latin characters.
Page URL
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No parameters were found in the URL.
No session ID was found in the URL.
The URL does not have too many subdirectories.
Charset encoding
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The character encoding is not specified in the HTTP header.
The charset encoding (UTF-8) is set correctly.
Doctype
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The doctype XHTML 1.0 Transitional is set correctly.
The doctype is placed at first in the HTML code.
Favicon
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The favicon is linked correctly.

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Page quality

Content
(Critically important)
These Typos were found:
  • caligraphy => calligraphy
This page contains 1770 words. That's ok.
38.4% of the text are stop words.
Keywords used in the page title are also used in the page content. That's good!
Words from the H1 heading are used in the page content.
The page contains a listing, which indicates a good text layout.
19 paragraphs were found on this page.
The text content is perfect.
No placeholders texts or images were found.
There are no duplicates on the site.
The average number of words per sentence of 20.41 words is good.
Frames
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This page does not use a frameset.
Mobile optimization
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No viewpoint tag is provided.
No Apple touch icon is specified.
This page loads 4 JavaScript files. This may affect the load time negatively.
Bold and strong tags
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The usage of strong and bold tags is perfect. We recommend the use of up to 35 tags for this page.
Image SEO
(Somewhat important)
12 images have no alt attribute. The content of alt attributes is used by search engines.
Social Networks
(Nice to have)
This page is optimized perfectly for social networks.
Additional markup
(Nice to have)
No additional page markup was found.
HTTPS
(Somewhat important)
The HTTPS protocol for secure data transmission is not used.

Media list

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/images/japanese-tea-ceremony.jpgJapanese Tea Ceremony
/images/teaceremony.jpgtea ceremony room with alcove
/images/eisai.jpgeisai history of tea
/images/sensu.jpgguests equipment
/images/utensils.giftea utensils
/images/kuchikiri.jpgkuchikiri tea ceremony
/images/books.jpgtea ceremony books
/images/fusinan.jpgfushinan Omotesenke school of tea
/images/steps.jpgtea ceremony preparation steps
/images/balloon.jpgjapanese vocabulary
/images/charcoal ceremony glossary .jpgcharcoal sumitemae glossary
/images/japanese tea ceremony video.pngvideos of the japanese tea ceremony
/images/japanese tea ceremony video.pngvideos of the japanese tea ceremony
/images/greentea.jpgJapanese tea ceremony tools
/images/theory-theories.giftheory and theories of the Japanese tea ceremony
/images/wa%20kei%20sei%20jaku%20kanji.gifwa kei sei jaku harmony respect purity tranquility
/images/wabi%20kanji.gifWabi appreciation in the tea ceremony
/images/kokoroire%20kanji.gifkokoroire devotion to the way of tea
/images/japanesegreenteain.gifjapanese green tea
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Page structure

H1 heading
(Critically important)
The Japanese Tea Ceremony
The H1 heading is perfect.
Headings
(Important)
The heading structure is perfect.

Heading structure

Heading levelContent
H1 The Japanese Tea Ceremony
H2 What is the Japanese Tea Ceremony?
H2 Objective of the Japanese Tea Ceremony
H2 The Way of Tea
H2 Tea Philosophy
H3 Videos on the Japanese Tea Ceremony
H4 Theories on the Japanese Tea Ceremony
H4 Site Search
H4 On Amazon
H4 Links
H4 Bookmark, Share, Tweet, E-mail, Read Blog
Some anchor texts are used more than once.
The number of internal links is ok.
None of the anchor texts is too long.
All internal links are not using dynamic parameters.
There are 8 external links on this page.
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/IMG-ALT Japanese Tea Ceremony
/ceremony_process.htmlAnchor Matcha
A-TITLE macha green tea
/history.htmlTea Ceremony History
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony history
/equipment.htmlTea Equipment Glossary
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony equipment glossary and description
/guests.htmlEtiquette for Guest
A-TITLE etiquette for guests
/equipment_guest.htmlGuests Equipment Glossary
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony guests equipment glossary
/chronology.htmlTea Ceremony Chronology
A-TITLE more than 1000 years of tea ceremony chronology
/tatami.htmlTatami Flooring
A-TITLE unique japanese flooring is Tatami
/iemoto.htmlIemoto
A-TITLE iemoto system of successive teachers
/scroll.htmlHanging scroll
A-TITLE Kakejiku hanging scrolls in alcove
/utensils.htmlUtensils Glossary
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony utensils glossary and description
/types_ceremony.htmlTea Ceremony Types
A-TITLE Types of Japanese tea ceremony
/books.htmlBooks On Tea
A-TITLE Books on Japanese tea ceremony
/ranking.htmlRanking System
A-TITLE ranking system of tea ceremony utensils
/schools.htmlTea Schools
A-TITLE main tea schools in japan
/charcoal.htmlPreparation Procedures
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony Charcoal procedure Sumidemae
/preparation/Preparation steps
A-TITLE Teishu tea preparation, temae, keiko, step-by-step
/ceremony_process.htmlCommon Words
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony common words
/equipment_charcoal.htmlCharcoal Procedure
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony charcoal procedure Sumidemae glossary
/expressions.htmlExpressions
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony expressions
/tearooms.htmlChashitsu Tea Rooms
A-TITLE sizes and styles of tea rooms
/map.htmlsite map
A-TITLE links and contact information
/history.htmlJapanese tea ceremony history
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony history
/utensils.htmlAnchor Chawan
A-TITLE chawan tea bowl
/flower.htmlflower arranging
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony and chabana
/ceramics.htmlceramics
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony and ceramics
/calligraphy.htmlcalligraphy
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony and shodou caligraphy
/history.htmlroots of the Tea Ceremony
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony history
/meal.htmlKaiseki
/ceremony_process.htmlAnchor Tokonoma
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony tokonoma alcove
/ceremony_process.htmlAnchor Teishu
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony host teishu
/ranking.htmlrank
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony utensil ranking
/preparation/video_movie.htmIMG-ALT videos of the japanese tea ceremony
/preparation/video_movie.htmVideos of the Japanese tea ceremony
A-TITLE short video clips of the japanese tea ceremony
/preparation/video_movie.htmText duplicate IMG-ALT videos of the japanese tea ceremony
/ceremony_process.htmlAnchor Temae
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony temae
/utensils.htmlunique tea utensils
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony utensils
/theory_theories.htmlIMG-ALT theory and theories of the Japanese tea ceremony
/ceremony_process.htmlAnchor Chanoyu
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony called chanoyu
/garden.htmltea garden
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony garden called roji
/ceremony_process.htmlNijiriguchi
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony nijiriguchi
/utensils.htmlAnchor Text duplicate Chawan
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony chawan
/utensils.htmlAnchor Natsume
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony natsume
/utensils.htmlAnchor Chashaku
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony chashaku
/utensils.htmlAnchor Kensui
A-TITLE japanese tea ceremony kensui
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/history.htmlHistory
A-TITLE history of the japanese tea ceremony
/preparation/Preparation
A-TITLE Teishu tea preparation, temae, keiko, step-by-step
/schools.htmlText duplicate Tea Schools
A-TITLE main tea schools in japan
/guests.htmlText duplicate Etiquette for Guest
A-TITLE etiquette for guests
/room.htmlRoom Setup
A-TITLE how the room Chashitsu is prepared for tea ceremony
/theory_theories.htmlTheory
A-TITLE Theory of the Japanese tea ceremony by Sensho Tanaka
/chashitsu.htmlText duplicate Chashitsu Tea Rooms
A-TITLE sizes and styles of tea rooms
/teahouses.htmlTea Houses
A-TITLE famous tea houses in japan
/teagarden.htmlTea garden
A-TITLE all about the tea garden Roji
/utensils.htmlText duplicate Utensils Glossary
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony utensils glossary and description
/equipment.htmlTea Equipment
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony equipment glossary and description
/ranking.htmlText duplicate Ranking System
A-TITLE ranking of tea ceremony utensils
/selecting.htmlSelecting/ Combining
A-TITLE selection process for utensils
/ceramics.htmlCeramics
A-TITLE different ceramics and variations
/selecting.htmlSelecting
A-TITLE selection process for utensils
/books.htmlText duplicate Books On Tea
A-TITLE Books on Japanese tea ceremony
/preparation/video_movie.htmTea Ceremony Videos
A-TITLE Videos and movies on Japanese tea ceremony
/map.htmlSite map
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony site map
/garden.htmlGarden
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony Roji garden glossary
/types_ceremony.htmlCeremony Types
A-TITLE Types of Japanese tea ceremony
/equipment_charcoal.htmlText duplicate Charcoal Procedure
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony charcoal procedure Sumidemae glossary
/equipment_guest.htmlGuests equipment
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony guests equipment glossary
/decoration.htmlDecoration
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony Chabana Kakejiku
/expressions.htmlText duplicate Expressions
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony expressions
/ceremony_process.htmlText duplicate Common Words
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony common words
/charcoal.htmlText duplicate Charcoal Procedure
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony Charcoal procedure Sumidemae
/scroll.htmlText duplicate Hanging scroll
A-TITLE Kakejiku hanging scrolls in alcove
/chronology.htmlCeremony Chronology
A-TITLE more than 1000 years of tea ceremony chronology
/calligraphy.htmlCalligraphy
A-TITLE expressions and idioms written in calligraphic kanjis
/flower.htmlFlower arrangement
A-TITLE Chabana beautifully arranged flowers in the room
/greentea.htmlGreen Tea
A-TITLE macha green tea
/sweets.htmlJapanese Sweets
A-TITLE Japanese tea ceremony sweets wagashi omogashi
/essay.htmlEssays on Tea
A-TITLE various links to essays on tea
/iemoto.htmlText duplicate Iemoto
A-TITLE iemoto system of successive teachers
/classes.htmlTea Classes
A-TITLE Learn and study the Japanese tea ceremony.Find teachers in japan and abroad
/etiquette.htmlEtiquette
A-TITLE formallity of tea ceremony
/samurai.htmlSamurai
A-TITLE samurai influence in tea ceremony
/ranking.htmlText duplicate Ranking System
A-TITLE ranking system of tea ceremony utensils
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Server configuration

HTTP redirects
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The checked page does not redirect to another URL.
HTTP header
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No X-Powered HTTP header is sent.
This page uses GZip for compressed data transmission.
Performance
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This page loads 4 JavaScript files. This may affect the load time negatively.
The page response time is excellent with 0.26 seconds.
This page only loads 2 CSS files. That's ok.
The file size of the HTML document is fine (35 kB).

HTTP Response Header

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External factors

Blacklists
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This website is not classified "for adult only".
This website is not listed on the Shallalist.
This website has excellent links from other websites.
This page has backlinks from 302 referring domains.
This page has 1,190 backlinks.
This page has backlinks from 257 different ip addresses.
Facebook popularity
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This page is not very popular on facebook.
Listed on Webwiki
(Nice to have)
This website is listed on Webwiki.

Links from Wikipedia

No links from Wikipedia were found.

Robots.txt

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Facebook popularity

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www.japanese-tea-ceremony.net
Japanese Tea Ceremony
Japanese Tea Ceremony, also called Chado, Sado, and Chanoyu. The tea ceremony in Japan is not only to drink matcha but also to learn about the Japanese culture and it is a bridge between people.

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