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Loon Center & Markus Wildlife Sanctuary, Attraction SEO Analysis


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Page Title

Loon Preservation Committee – Loon Preservation in New Hampshire

This webpage has a defined page title and it has an appropriate length of 64 characters.

A webpage title, or title tag, is the text that's displayed on the tab of a browser window and as the headline on a search engine result. It acts as the title for the content of the webpage and should preview and clearly define what the webpage is about.

The ideal title tag is between 60 and 80 characters in length and should contain important, quality keywords relevant to the page.

Page Description

This webpage doesn't have a defined page description of an appropriate length.

A webpage description, or meta description tag, is the text that's displayed under the headline on a search engine result. Like the page title, the description should provide a little more information about what the contents of the webpage is about.

The ideal page description is between 160 and 180 characters in length and should contain similar, supportive text to the title tag.

H1 Header

This webpage doesn't have 1 and only 1 H1 header on the page.

An H1 header tag is like the main headline for a webpage. Differing from a page title, the header isn't displayed on the browser tab or search engine result, but it's often the first text that a user sees when visiting a webpage, and should clearly introduce the content that it appears before.

Every webpage should have 1 and only 1 H1 header tag per page, and it should include relevant, quality keywords.

Content Length

Word count: 483 words, Reading time: 1.9 minutes"Loon SoundsShopNewslettersEventsMemberships and Donations(603) 476-5666 0Shopping CartAbout Loons The Call of the Loon Appearance Loon Behavior Loon Diet Loon Reproduction Loon Chick Development Threats to Loons Is it a Loon?Our Work Loon Nest Rafts Loon Nesting Signs and Float Lines Protecting Loons from Lead Loon Rescues Outreach and Public Education Loon Research Loon Recovery Plan Squam Lake Loon Initiative Counting Loons Loon CamAbout Us Staff Board of Trustees Supporting Businesses and Organizations Job Opportunities Financial Statements and Tax ReturnsSupport LPC Loon Leadership Circle Donations Memberships Remembering LPC in your willVolunteer Field Volunteer Loon Center Volunteer Online Census Form CensusContact Contact Us Visit The Loon Center The Markus Wildlife Sanctuary News and Events Email Newsletter Blog Events Newsletter Archive Feedback Volunteer Observation Report Report a Loon in Distress Presentation Request FormSearch Menu Menu HomeLoon CamAbout LoonsLoon CallsVolunteer Observation ReportReport a Loon in DistressAbout UsOur WorkEmail NewsletterMembershipsVolunteerDonateOnline StoreContact Us Loon Preservation CommitteeCelebrating Over 40 Years of Loon Preservation in New Hampshire!MISSIONSUPPORTThe Call of the LoonLoons are known for their distinctive, haunting calls.ListenOur WorkLPC’s work has helped growNew Hampshire’s loon population since 1975.Learn MoreLoon BehaviorLoons communicate a great deal through their behavior.Learn to Read the SignsPreviousNext1234Our WorkWe work to preserve loons and their habitats in New Hampshire.VolunteerWe rely on our network of volunteers and members to accomplish our mission.EventsView upcoming Events with the LPC.Loons & LeadEducation and Resources to tackle lead poisoning in loons.EventsOur MissionThe Loon Preservation Committee’s mission is to restore and maintain a healthy population of loons throughout New Hampshire; to monitor the health and productivity of loon populations as sentinels of environmental quality; and to promote a greater understanding of loons and the larger natural world.“Never doubt that a small group of concerned and committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, that’s the only thing that ever has.”~ Margaret MeadLPC HISTORYThe Loon Preservation Committee (LPC) was created in 1975 in response to concerns about a dramatically declining loon population and the effects of human activities on loons.  LPC’s mission is to restore and maintain a healthy population of loons throughout New Hampshire; to monitor the health and productivity of loon populations as sentinels of environmental quality; and to promote a greater understanding of loons and the larger natural world.For over 40 years, the Loon Preservation Committee has undertaken state-wide monitoring, research, management and outreach to preserve loons and their habitats. ABOUT LPCLoon EducationLearn about loons including information about their behavior, how to identify a loon, and how you can help in preservation efforts.ABOUT LOONSThe Voice of the LoonPerhaps one of the most fascinating things about loons is their haunting and variable voice.LOON CALLSLoon CamFrom May through early July, watch our live video stream of an active loon nest.  Visit now to see action clips and read the in-season blogs from previous years.LOON CAMLoon StoreVisit our gift shop at the Loon Center or shop the online store.ONLINE SHOP What We DoOur WorkLoon CamNest RaftsSignsLeadRescuesOutreachResearchRecovery InitiativeSquam Lake Loon InitiativeCounting LoonsAbout LPCAbout UsStaffBoard of TrusteesSupporting Business and AssociationsBecome a MemberContact UsJob OpportunitiesFinancial Statements and Tax ReturnsContact LPC (603) 476-5666183 Lees Mill RdMoultonborough, NH 03254 © Copyright - Loon Preservation Committee FacebookTwitterYoutubeHomeContact UsPrivacy Policy Scroll to top"

This webpage doesn't contain over 500 words of content.

Because search engines crawl and index content, and the more content that a webpage has the greater potential for the page to rank for multiple keywords, webpages should contain a good amount of content with more than 500 words being a good benchmark for a regular page, and 1,000 words for blog posts.

The content should be rich with quality, original content - not containing "fluff" just to fill up the space. Having more content will also likely help the page to rank better for search queries as well as rank for more search queries.

Image Alternate Text

Images on page: 4, Images with alt text: 0, Percentage: 0%

0% of the images on this webpage contain alternate text description tags.

Alternate text descriptions for images allow visually impaired website visitors to still be able to understand the context of an image. All images on a page should contain a brief and relevant text alternative to what the image displays.

Internal Links

1. ?s=58. https://loon.org106.

This webpage contains at least 1 link to another of the site's pages.

Internal links are links that redirect users to other pages on the same website. It's important that pages contain internal links to send users and search engine crawlers to other pages and content on the same site.

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