SEO Report for :

Report Date :

May 19, 2024

Metadata on webpage

The metadata exists on head element of the webpage which is a positive sign. These information is used to communicate with the user's browser and search engines to identify meta data regarding the website.Metadata will not be displayed on the page, but is machine parsable.

Robots Meta Tag

Robots meta tag exists on the webpage which is a good sign!

Images with no alt attribute

We found image(s) with no alt attribute which is required by default! In some cases, when the user cannot view the image the alternative information about the image is shown through this! microdata

Good your website has microdata which appearantly has no direct effect on organic search rankings. Nevertheless, its a good idea to give extra information to search engines regarding the web page.

Recommended content

This is our version of the content. There is 70-80% chance that it will perform better than your version. We recommend you to try it for 7to10 days as an A/B test against the original.

Ohio residents impacted by recent tornadoes can now avail of tax relief measures announced by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This relief extends the deadline for filing federal individual and business tax returns as well as payments until September 3. Residents and businesses located in designated FEMA areas including counties such as Auglaize, Crawford, Delaware, and others are eligible for this assistance. The IRS will automatically provide relief to taxpayers in the disaster area, meaning they do not need to contact the agency for assistance. If someone has moved to the disaster area after filing their tax return, they may still qualify for relief by contacting the IRS. The extended deadline applies to various tax obligations, such as income tax returns, IRA contributions, and quarterly estimated tax payments. This relief comes in light of the significant impact of tornadoes in Ohio, which have led to tragic consequences and the need for support in affected communities. The IRS aims to provide necessary assistance during this challenging time, recognizing the need to alleviate financial burdens for those affected by the natural disasters.