Join 1,783 people and sign up for our free monthly newsletter about marketing and the web!

Perform an SEO audit on your webpage

Enter your webpage URL and email below for a free search engine optimization audit of your webpage. Confirm where your page is set up for success and identify improvements that can be made.

Manchester City Library, Non-profit SEO Analysis


Page Title

Manchester City Library — Manchester, NH's Online Library

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

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

Manchester City Library

This webpage has a defined H1 header and has only 1 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: 1,596 words, Reading time: 6.4 minutes"Manchester City LibraryManchester, NH's Online LibraryHomeWebsiteSearch the CatalogRenew booksHoursDirectionsUpcoming EventsRSS How much can you give in a one time gift?How much can you give on a Monthly Basis? Manchester City LibraryWed, Feb 1, 2023 -- Teen Movie & Pizza Night at 5:30 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Bass Island Estates Condominium Association at 6:30 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Resilient Raptors: Securing the Bald Eagle's Continued Recovery at 6:30 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Town Homes at Beechwood Condo Assoc. at 5:15 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Family Game Night at 5:00 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Elementary Experiments at 3:30 PMTue, Jan 31, 2023 -- Brown Bag Book Club - The House at Riverton: A Novel at 12:15 PMMon, Jan 30, 2023 -- Remembering Together at 10:30 AMSat, Jan 28, 2023 -- Manchester Democrats at 10:00 AMPhotos!By Get creative with Creativebug!January 26th, 2023 · Art Room, Books, Children, City Library, Library Databases, Main Branch, Research Tip of the Week, Teens, West Branch Calling all crafters!!! Did you know that the Manchester City Library offers our cardholders free access to Creativebug, an award-winning video arts and crafts online learning resource. Experience the joy of making with thousands of video classes taught by top designers and artists! Classes range from beginner to advance skill levels and include fiber, fabric, paper, food, and jewelry art and craft topics. You will need your library card number and account pin to access these online classes here. For more information or for help accessing this database please call the Information Desk at 603-624-6550 ext. 3319. Happy crafting!→ No CommentsTags: arts & crafts·crafting·Creativebug·Library·library databases·Manchester City Library·Manchester West Branch Library·N.H.·new hampshireLibrary closing early due to the snow stormJanuary 25th, 2023 · Children, City Library, Events, Library Closings, Main Branch The Manchester City Library and Manchester West Branch Library will both be closing at 5:00 p.m. today (Wednesday, 1/25) due to the inclement weather. Stay safe, everyone.→ No CommentsTags: early closing·Library·Manchester City Library·N.H.·new hampshire·reading·snowstormsBrown Bag Book Pick for January!January 21st, 2023 · Book Group, City Library, Events, Main Branch The time: England between the wars. An aristocratic family, a house, a mysterious death, and a way of life that is vanishing forever. Told in flashbacks by a woman who witnessed it all and kept a secret for decades. For more information, please call the Information Desk at 603-624-6550 ext. 7619→ No CommentsTags: Books·Brown Bag Book Club·Library·manchester·Manchester City Library·N.H.·new hampshire·readingThe History of America’s Kitchens from the Colonial Period to the PresentJanuary 19th, 2023 · Books, City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs The Manchester City Library, in partnership with the Rockport Library, invites you to a program about the history of the kitchen! This program will be held via Zoom on Monday, February 6 at 7pm. Come sink your teeth into a fascinating history of the heart of the house!From the colonial period to the present, the kitchen has been a source of nourishment and comfort. The way Americans have lived with their kitchens has changed dramatically over the course of three centuries. Historic New England curator Nancy Carlisle will discuss how the American kitchen has evolved from the seventeenth-century to the present. Drawing on her book America’s Kitchens, co-authored with Melinda Narardinov, Ms. Carlisle will discuss the technological and social changes that have taken place in this room and suggest how these innovations have transformed kitchen work and changed women’s lives.Nancy Carlisle is senior curator of collections for Historic New England. She has worked in museums for more than twenty years and received her master’s degree in early American culture from the Winterthur Museum and University of Delaware.For questions, call Caitlin Dionne or Yvonne Loomis at 603-624-6550 x7620 or email [email protected]Register Here → No CommentsTags: Books·culinrary history·Library·manchester·Manchester City Library·N.H.·Nancy Carlisle·new hampshire·readingCookie Cutter Birdfeeder TreatsJanuary 17th, 2023 · Adult Take & Make Crafts, City Library, Events, Main Branch, News, Newsletter, West Branch Adult Take & Make Craft for February 2023! I have always enjoyed bird watching and feeding the wild birds in my yard. It’s a hobby that I was fortunate enough to share with my grandmother. Many an afternoon she’d call me and tell me that her cardinal was back. I didn’t have a visiting bright red cardinal so it was fun to share that with her. Did you know that February is National Bird Feeding Month? This is a chance for bird feeding, bird watching, and for anyone who is feeling in the spirit to extend a helping hand (or wing) to our flying friends. So spread your wings this February! Take part in National Bird Feeding Month with us because this month we’re making cookie cutter birdfeeder treats for our feathered friends.These adult take & make craft kits come with what you will need to make a cute hanging birdfeeder treat for them. These birdseed ornaments are very easy to make and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! These kits will be available on Tuesday, February 14th in the Library Rotunda. Take a kit home and make this craft with your sweetheart. For more information please contact Yvonne L. at 603-624-6550 ext. 7619 or e-mail [email protected].Happy crafting!→ No CommentsTags: manchester·Manchester City Library·Manchester West Branch Library·N.H.·new hampshireBook Sale $10 a BagJanuary 14th, 2023 · Book Sale, Books, City Library, Main Branch The next Manchester City Library book sale will be Saturday, February 11th from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Main library at 405 Pine Street. The book sale will take place in the Winchell Room on the lower level. The pricing will be $10 per average sized grocery bag filled with materials. Bring your own bag or we can provide a paper grocery bag. Hardcover books are also available for $1.50 each and most other materials are $1 each.→ No CommentsTags: booksaleSci-Fi/Fantasy Recommendations for January 2023January 13th, 2023 · Book Recommendations, Books, City Library, Main Branch, Teens, West Branch As we start a new year, it can be fun to take a look at the best parts of 2022. Despite the ups and downs, we had some truly great Science Fiction and Fantasy books to help us through. This list includes books that were considered the ‘Best of 2022 Science Fiction and Fantasy’ from the Washington Post, New York Times, Book Page, Kirkus, and Goodreads. There’s a lot to look forward to in 2023, but we can still take time to catch up with the best of last year!Did you read one of these highly recommended books? What did you think? Tell us in the comments!  → No CommentsTags: Books·Library·manchester·Manchester City Library·Manchester West Branch Library·N.H.·new hampshire·reading·Sci-Fi and Fantasy recommendations·sci-fi/fantasyLibrary closed Monday, January 16th, for Martin Luther King Jr. – Civil Rights DayJanuary 12th, 2023 · City Library, Events, Library Closings, Main Branch, West Branch The Manchester City Library and the Manchester West Branch Library will be closed on Monday, January 16th, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. – Civil Rights Day. We will reopen on Tuesday at our normal times. The library staff and trustees wish you all a safe and happy holiday.→ No CommentsTags: Civil Rights Day·Library·Manchester City Library·Manchester West Branch Library·Martin Luther King Jr. Day·N.H.·new hampshireResilient Raptors: Securing the Bald Eagle’s Continued RecoveryJanuary 10th, 2023 · City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch Bald Eagles across the continental U.S. were decimated by DDT, an environmental contaminant that impacted egg hatchability beginning in the 1940s. By the 1960’s, these raptors were greatly diminished and rarely seen, and only around 400 pairs were known to breed in the entire Lower 48 states. Bald Eagles were among the first animals placed on federal and state Endangered Species lists in the 1970’s. Even after being taken off the NH Endangered and Threatened List in March 2017, threats to the health of the eagle population remain, and continued monitoring and management helps to ensure the population’s ongoing recovery in the Granite State.Starting in January, and running monthly through May, you are invited to learn about these iconic raptors and follow real-time Bald Eagle development via public YouTube channels that broadcast various nest sites across the country. Learn about the history of the Bald Eagle’s endangerment and the challenges that they face, their life-cycle, and what you can do to aid in the species’ continued recovery. For questions, call Susan Harmon at 603-624-6550 x7620 or email [email protected]In the first webinar of this year’s Resilient Raptors Webinar Series, join NH Audubon raptor biologist, Chris Martin and education specialist, Willa Coroka as they provide a brief history of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire. Learn how the Bald Eagle came to be a species of concern when a formerly common household chemical threatened to decimate this charismatic species. Chris will discuss the steps that were taken to repair their numbers before introducing current threats to their success. Additional topics will include general bird of prey/raptor anatomy and physiology.Register HereInterested in learning more? Check out these books on display at the library!  → No CommentsTags: American Bald Eagle·Library·manchester·Manchester City Library·N.H.·new hampshire·resilient raptorsJanuary’s Brown Bag Book Club read:January 7th, 2023 · Book Group, Books, City Library, Events, Main Branch For help locating a copy or for more information please conract the Information Desk at 603-624-6550 ext. 7619. See you at the book club!→ No CommentsTags: Books·Brown Bag Book Club·Library·manchester·Manchester City Library·Manchester West Branch Library·N.H.·new hampshire·reading← Previous EntriesSearch the BlogRecent PostsGet creative with Creativebug!Library closing early due to the snow stormBrown Bag Book Pick for January!The History of America’s Kitchens from the Colonial Period to the PresentCookie Cutter Birdfeeder TreatsConnect With Us:Upcoming EventsManchester City Library@manchlibraryManchester Library PhotosMCL TeenManchester City Library©2023 Manchester City Library — Sitemap — Cutline by Chris Pearson"

This webpage contains 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. https://manchesterlibrary.org2. https://manchesterlibrary.org3. /cdn-cgi/l/email-protection#c0b9acafafada9b380ada1aea3a8a5b3b4a5b2aea8eea7afb686.

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.

More search engine audits

Get a real-time price estimate!

Try our free project estimator tool to get an immediate cost and time estimate for your project. The system will ask you a few simple questions and then provide you with estimated cost and time ranges.