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Nibbler tested a sample of 5 pages from this website at 21:41 on 18 Mar 2023 (GMT).

Top priorities for website improvement

  • Check how the website looks using a mobile and a tablet. Consider adding mobile-only styling using media queries. Some websites employ other techniques for mobile visitors which we cannot currently detect. (read more)
  • Make sure that all the pages of this website include a meta description. If you don't include one, Google will choose a sample of text from the page to appear in the search engine result. By including a meta description, you can control how your search engine result will appear. (read more)
  • Consider updating this website regularly with new content. (read more)


This website does not appear to be associated with a Twitter account.

  • This website did not contain a link to Twitter.
    • Sign up for a Twitter account and make sure it is linked to from your site.


Last updated April 7, 2021

  • It looks like this website was last updated on Wednesday, 7 April 2021. This is bad because visitors may dismiss this website as outdated. Websites that are not updated regularly are also spidered by search engines less often.
    • Consider updating this website regularly with new content.
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Meta tags2.0

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  • None of this website appears to be fully optimised for viewing on a mobile or tablet (using CSS media queries). It is important to make sure your content can be viewed easily across a wide range of devices as a growing percentage of web browsing is now done on phones and tablets.

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188Estimated monthly organic visitors

  • This website appears to have a good number of monthly website visits each month

Source: Ahrefs

Server behaviour5.8

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URL format7.6

  • 2 URLs are particularly hard to type or remember.
    • Consider URL rewriting as an effective and transparent means of creating appropriate URLs. URLs using unusual characters (such as semi-colons or underscores), long numerals or complex phrasing are very difficult for real people to use or exchange. They also tend to be less favoured by search engines. Wherever possible ensure web addresses are 'human readable' - i.e. they should be easy to read, remember and type. In particular, avoid the use of obscure characters (including the underscore, which is not widely understood by non-technical users, or particularly memorable) and long numerals, e.g.

Page titles8.0

100% of pages have defined titles

40% of page titles are weak

  • All pages were found to specify page titles, but 2.0% pages have relatively weak titles which could be improved. Page titles appear in search results and at the top of the browser's window when visiting the site. Appropriate page titles are particularly important for search engine optimisation.
    • Make sure that all pages have a descriptive title. Do not include the address of the page in the title, try not to use excessive punctuation and avoid common words like 'page'.

Amount of content8.0

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  • This website has an average of 1,443 words per page. The amount of content on a website has been shown to correlate with its search engine ranking.


77% of images have a clearly defined size

67 images are being resized by the browser


100% of pages use analytics

Multiple Analytics Solutions

  • Every page in this website is using some form of analytics software. This is excellent and should allow for a complete analysis of visitor behaviour.

Analytics Software Found

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  • All pages were found to use defined headings. This is excellent as it allows visitors and search engines to summarise the content of webpages quickly. Correctly defined headings aid accessibility and are particularly important for search engine optimisation.

Page headings detail

URLHeadingLevel’ Historic Rehabilitation Nearing CompletionH1 your MembershipH1 MissionH2 us on FacebookH2 Landmarks Association of St. LouisH1 H2 Vacancy Interactive MapH2 Glories of Germanhood: A History of the Turnverein in St. Louis. Chapter OneH2 with Wence Sarmiento:  Architect of the AAAH2 Truth and the Restoration of the Compton Hill Reservoir ParkH2 May Steinmesch: ArchitectH2 Sizer: Designer of the St. Louis City FlagH2 Life for Drosten HouseH2 Association Applaud’s St. Louis University LawH2 Dropped from Board of Adjustment Meeting.H2 the Rock Hill ChurchH2 Bodley Lane: 1924-2012H2 Agenda for Preservation Board on January 23rdH2 Funeral Home: Appeal of Building Permit by Dollar GeneralH2 End Review: A ReawakeningH2 Weil Named Executive Director of LandmarksH2 Graders Reveil Reuse Plans for Endangered BuildingsH2 Arts Commission Grants Support Twenty Years of Landmarks’ Educational ProgramsH2 to be Reviewed by Preservation Board on December 19thH2 Publishing Wants to Purchase 3600 S. Jefferson with One ConditionH2 of AAA??H2 Print League 4th Annual Holiday Sale on December 3rdH2 Changes to Historic Tax CreditsH2 Effort to Save “Spaceship”H2 School to be Adaptively Re-UsedH2 Sale!H2 Your Own 1950’s St. Louis Themed PostcardsH2 Initiates Group Concerning Cupples 7H2 Update:  September 20, 2011H2 Purchases Former Pevely Site on Grand.H2 Concerning Tax Credits and Potential Legislative ImpactsH2 Taco to be RedesignedH2 Release: Brownhurst Scheduled for Demolition.H2 on the Market for Only 30 DaysH2 Ballroom For SaleH2 Falters: Several High Merit Buildings Recommended for DemolitionH2 of the Board of Aldermen Meeting Conerning Del TacoH2 of the Rock Hill Planning and Zoning Committee MeetingH2 Birds with One Stone: The Fate of The Rock Hill Church and Fairfax HouseH2 future of the South Grand “Flying Saucer” is in JeopardyH2 Bill 280 Damaging to Historic Tax Credit ProgramH2 Our Parks!H2 Louis School District Seeks to Sell More SchoolsH2 Association Awarded Grant from National Trust for Meramec River BridgeH2 Progressing for Grand Center Arts AcademyH2 of the St. Louis Preservation Board Meeting Held February 28, 2011H2 Demolitions to be Reviewed by the Preservation Board on Monday, February 28, 2011H2 SLU? The Proposed Demolition of PevelyH2 of the St. Louis Preservation Board Meeting Held January 24, 2011H2 Submitted Before Missouri Senate Would Drastically Change Many Tax CreditsH2 Demolitions to be Reviewed by the St. Louis Preservation Board on January 24thH2 Schnittmann Sculpture from 2675 Washington Ave.H2 Dairy Design Charrette: Adaptive Re-Use is an OptionH2 of November 22, 2010 Preservation Board MeetingH2 Demolitions to be Reviewed by the St. Louis Preservation BoardH2 of the St. Louis Preservation Board Meeting Held September 27, 2010H2 Agencies and Individuals to Apply for TE Grant to Save Route 66 BridgeH2 Demolitions to be Reviewed at Cultural Resource’s Preservation Board MeetingH2 Creosoted Wood Block: One Step in the Evolution of St. Louis PavingH2 Sad Loss Of At Least Two Buildings in the Mullanphy Historic DistrictH2 30, 2010) New Life for Beaux Arts Carter Carburetor Building in Grand CenterH2 Preservation Honor Award Winners with a St. Louis ConnectionH2 of Detroit proposes to bulldoze his city, to save his city.H2 Annual Report on the Impact of the Federal Historic Tax CreditH2 From the Tour of Kiel Opera HouseH2 Large Rehabilitation Projects Appear Back On TrackH2 To River Group Proposes Reorganization of Memorial DriveH2 Route 66 Bridge In Eureka May Be RazedH2 Park Service and St. Louis City Government Launch Design Competition for Arch GroundsH2 St. Louis City School Closures Appear to be on the HorizonH2 Grand Great Streets Initiative ProgressingH2’ Andrew Weil Honored By Osage NationH2 Louis Arts and Crafts Society Open House This SundayH2 Us Stop the Demolition of the DeVille Motor HotelH2 Cannon Receives Landmarks’ 2009 President’s AwardH2 Reports on the Plight of the Clemens HouseH2 from Preservation Week 2009H2 Enhanced Awards Ceremony 2009H2 Opera House Turns 75 and Redevelopment LoomsH2 Louis Public Schools on NPR’s “All Things Considered”H2 City Residents Should Reject Proposition UH2 Opening of the Old Post Office PlazaH2 on the General Management Plan for the Jefferson National Expansion MemorialH2 Show Opening to Benefit Landmarks AssociationH2 Place Exhibit Subject of VideoH2 and Design: The St. Louis Public School BuildingsH2 Louis Public Schools: A Look at Buildings Affected by ClosingsH2“An Unparalleled Cultural Treasure”: Remarks on the SLPS Facilities Management PlanH2 SLPS Facilities Management Plan Lacks Strong Historic Preservation ProvisionsH2 Urges Preservation Safeguards for Historic SchoolsH2 Facilities Management Plan Presented This WeekH2 Honors Former Director Carolyn Hewes ToftH2 Joins Center for Creative Learning Students in Exploring ArchitectureH2 Ensure That Preservation is Part of St. Louis Public Schools Facilities PlanH2 Lease Legislation for Jefferson National Expansion Memorial No Longer a ThreatH2 State Historic Preservation Office Celebrates 40th AnniversaryH2 Demolition Proposals on November Preservation Board AgendaH2’ Board Adopts Resolution In Support Of Preserving Sugar Loaf MoundH2 Last Standing Mound In Mound St. Louis City Is For SaleH2“After Hours” Exhibit is First at Architecture St. LouisH2 on the Hotel Indigo ProjectH2 Eleven Most Enhanced and Eleven Most Endangered ListsH1, Thomas B.H2, Frederick C.H2, Preston J.H2, Herbert C.H2, Harry G.H2, William SylvesterH2, Edward GordonH2, William B.H2, George EdwardH2, Jerome BibbH2, Theodore C.H2 , J. Hal.H2, John LawrenceH2, Charles K.H2, Louis ClemensH2, William AlbertH2, Thomas WaryngH2, John LudwigH2, Thomas CraneH2 MissionH2 us on FacebookH2


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