Wildlifetrusts.org - SEO Checker

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Meta information
80% 
Page quality
90% 
Page structure
31% 
Link structure
72% 
Server
79% 
External factors
100% 
SEO Score
Response time
0.06 s
File size
263.50 kB
Words
1121
Media files
23
Number of links
263 internal / 13 external

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Title
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Home | The Wildlife Trusts
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There are no duplicate words in the title
Meta description
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The Wildlife Trusts are a federation of 46 independent wildlife conservation charities covering the whole of the UK. We manage nature reserves, help children to learn about nature and campaign to protect our seas.
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There are no problems in accessing the website.
Canonical URL
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https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/
There is a valid canonical link specified.
Language
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Language detected in text: en
Language defined in HTML: en
Server location: United States of America
The following language is defined by HTML: en
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This page contains 1121 words. That's ok.
25.4% of the text are stop words.
Keywords used in the page title are also used in the page content. That's good!
The page contains a listing, which indicates a good text layout.
11 paragraphs were found on this page.
The text content is perfect.
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Mobile optimization
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At least one Apple touch icon is specified.
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Some tags are too long. With 238 characters this one is longer than 70 characters:
"we are a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us. more than 900,000 members a..."
Image SEO
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Social Networks
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This page is optimized perfectly for social networks.
Additional markup
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This website uses HTTPS to protect privacy and integrity of the exchanged data.
All included files are also transferred via HTTPS.

Media list

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...rshall-18_1.jpg?h=aca406fd&itok=5LUFFIXJHedgehog in autumn leaves
...Woodberry 2.jpg?h=c5aff412&itok=QkGKyfpoLondon Wildlife Trust volunteers
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Page structure

H1 heading
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Home
The H1 heading contains the words Home! Use important keywords instead.
The H1 heading consists of only one word. There should be more information given.
The H1 heading is too short (4 characters). It should be at least 20 Characters long.
Headings
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Some headings occur twice on the page.
There are 27 headings on the page. The amount of headings should be in a more proper relation to the amount of text.
Some headings do not have any content.

Heading structure

Heading levelContent
H1 Home
H2 Main navigation
H2 Auxiliary menu
H2 Follow us
H2 Share
H2 Say YES to healthy, happy bees
H2 The Wildlife Trusts
H2 Find a nature reserve
H2 Wild LIVE: Is it time to put the food vs. nature debate to bed?
H2 Our Seas - A 2023 Review
H2 Help us to restore 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030
H2 Making nature part of life
H2 What we do
H2 The Wildlife Trusts Duplicate text
H2 Get involved
H3 We are a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us. More than 900,000 members and 39,000 volunteers work together with their Wildlife Trust to make their local area wilder an...
H3 Every Wildlife Trust is an independent charity.
H3 We’d love you to join us.
H3 Empty heading
H3 Will the Environment Act wastewater target deliver pollution-kicking, or box-ticking?
H3 Wildlife at risk on farms as vital hedge and river rules vanish
H3 Our food system: will global discussions drive much needed change?
H3 Combatting the climate and nature emergency
H3 Farming
H3 Nature for health and well-being
H3 Rewilding
H3 Road Schemes
H3 Learning and education
Some internal link anchor texts are too long.
Some anchor texts are used more than once.
There are 1 links with a trivial anchor text.
The number of internal links is ok.
All internal links are not using dynamic parameters.
There are 13 external links on this page.
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/wildlife-and-wild-placesBringing wildlife back
/on-landOn land
/seaAt sea
/marine-protected-areasMarine Protected Areas
/closer-to-natureEmpowering people to take action
/learningLearning and education
/nature-health-and-wild-wellbeingNature for wellbeing
/about-us/combatting-climate-a...Combatting the climate and nature emergency
/savingbeesBees and pollinators
/climate-solutionsClimate solutions
/nature-can-help-prevent-floodingNatural flood management
/about-us/combatting-climate-a...Our view on fracking
/soils-and-carbonSoils and carbon
/newsNews
/blogBlogs
/about-us/publicationsPublications
/get-involvedGet involved
/get-involved/membershipBecome a member
/things-you-can-do-climate-changeThings you can do about climate change
/donateDonate
/donateMake a donation
/appealsDonate to a local appeal
/adopt-animalAdopt an animal
/gift-in-your-willA gift in your Will
/tax-efficient-givingTax efficient giving
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/help-manage-landManage land for nature
/partnerships/working-business...Biodiversity Benchmark
/partnerships/working-business...Meeting facilities
/partnerships/working-business...Philanthropic loans
/partnerships/working-business...Nature Markets Principles
/citizen-scienceCitizen science projects
/get-involved/our-campaignsOur campaigns
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/hs2-sign-our-open-letterHigh Speed Rail (HS2)
/action-for-insectsAction for Insects
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/nature-deserves-betterNature deserves better
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/get-involved/our-campaigns/pa...Highly Protected Marine Areas
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/stand-up-for-badgersStand up for badgers – it's urgent
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/visit/where-see-wildlife/wher...Spring wildlife
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/visit/where-see-wildlife/wher...Wild daffodils
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/where_to_see_tiger_beetleTiger beetles
/where_see_nightingale_and_cuckooNightingale and cuckoos
/visit/where-see-wildlife/wher...Sand martins
/where_to_see_newtsNewts
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/where_to_see_grouseGrouse
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/where_to_see_peregrine_falconPeregrine falcons
/where_to_see_skylarksSkylarks
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/where_to_see_ternsTerns
/where_to_see_swallowtail_butt...Swallowtail butterflies
/where_to_see_buttercupsBadgeworth buttercups
/where_to_see_seabird_coloniesSeabird cities
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/where_to_see_toadletsToadlets
/where_to_see_birds_migrationText duplicate Bird migration
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/local-wildlife-sitesLocal Wildlife Sites
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/marine-protected-areas/englandMarine Protected Areas in England
/visit/where-see-wildlifeText duplicate Where to see wildlife
/wildlife/featuresFeatures
/wildlife/how-identifyHow to identify
/how-identify-bumblebeesHow to identify bumblebees
/wildlife/how-identify/how-ide...How to identify owls
/wildlife/how-identify/how-ide...How to identify swifts, swallows, sand martins and house martins
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/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify bird song
/identify-birds-preyIdentify birds of prey
/wildlife/how-identify/spanish...Identify bluebells
/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify caterpillars
/gardenbirdsIdentify garden birds
/wildlife/identify-british-but...Identify garden butterflies
/wildlife/how-identify/have-yo...Identify hornets
/how-identify/identify-uk-jell...Identify jellyfish
/identify-mothsIdentify moths
/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify poo
/identify-sea-urchinsIdentify sea urchins
/how-identify/identify-snakesIdentify snakes
/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify starfish
/how-identify/identify-tracksIdentify tracks
/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify beetles
/how-identify/identify-gullsIdentify gulls
/wildlife/how-identify/how-ide...Identify dabbling ducks
/wildlife/how-identify/how-ide...How to identify diving ducks
/wildlife/how-identify/identif...Identify waders
/get-involved/joinJoin
/donateText duplicate Donate
/wildlife-trustsFind a Wildlife Trust
A-TITLE Find a Wildlife Trust
/newsText duplicate News
A-TITLE Latest news stories
/eventsEvents
/jobsJobs
/contact-usContact us
A-TITLE How to contact The Wildlife Trusts
/online-shopShop
https://www.linkedin.com/compa...External LinkedIn
A-TITLE Follow us on LinkedIn
https://www.facebook.com/wildl...External Facebook
A-TITLE Follow us on Facebook
https://www.instagram.com/thew...External Instagram
A-TITLE Follow us on Instagram
https://www.twitter.com/wildli...External Twitter
A-TITLE Follow us on X
https://www.youtube.com/user/T...External Youtube
A-TITLE Follow us on YouTube
https://www.facebook.com/share...External facebook
https://twitter.com/intent/twe...External twitter
https://action.wildlifetrusts....External Subdomain Say no to neonics
/join900,000 members
/nature-reserves2,600 nature reserves across the UK
/water4,600 km of rivers and streams improved
/natural-solutions-climate-cha...43,169 hectares of peatland restored
/about-usMore about us
/nature-reservesFind one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?...External Watch now
/news/marine-review-2023Find out more
https://twitter.com/wildlifetr...External No Text
https://www.instagram.com/thew...External No Text
https://www.facebook.com/group...External No Text
/blog/ali-morse/will-environme...Blog Will the Environment Act wastewater target deliver pollution-kicking, or box-ticking? Water policy manager Ali Morse looks at why the target could fail ...
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/news/wildlife-risk-farms-vita...News Wildlife at risk on farms as vital hedge and river rules vanish The National Trust, RSPB and The Wildlife Trusts say rivers and hedgerows are at increas...
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/strategy-2030Read our strategy
/about-us/combatting-climate-a...Combatting the climate and nature emergency We are in the middle of a climate and nature emergency, and the two are inextricably linked. Climate change is dr...
IMG-ALT PEATLAND
/farmingFarming Over 70% of the UK’s land is farmed in some way – so how this land is managed has a big impact on wildlife.
IMG-ALT Jordans Cereal farmer, Nick
/nature-health-and-wild-wellbeingNature for health and well-being Spending time in nature makes us happier and healthier.
IMG-ALT Elderly women gardening
/rewildingRewilding The UK has committed to protecting 30% of land for nature by 2030. Our programme targets creating bigger, better, and more connected...
IMG-ALT View of Pentwyn
/roadsRoad Schemes With climate change posing a great threat to our wildlife, The Wildlife Trusts believe that we should move towards sustainable transport...
IMG-ALT Road development
/learningLearning and education We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the joy of wildlife and wild places in their daily life.
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/wildlife-and-wild-placesSave wildlife and wild places
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/contact-usText duplicate Contact us
/privacy-policyPrivacy Policy
/accessibilityAccessibility statement
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/get-involved/membershipText duplicate Become a member
/actionsTake action for wildlife
/visitText duplicate Visit
/closer-to-nature/volunteerText duplicate Volunteer
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https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/Text duplicate IMG-ALT Home
A-TITLE Home
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www.wildlifetrusts.org
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The Wildlife Trusts are a federation of 46 independent wildlife conservation charities covering the whole of the UK. We manage nature reserves, help children to learn about nature and campaign to protect our seas.

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