Getting solid, quality content in a website is not enough in these days of a digital rat race. The website should be search engine friendly, and for this, several technical aspects need to be fulfilled. Since the website itself needs to be marketed in order to get users engaged in the content, technical SEO is vital. Page errors, website optimization, content issues all need to be addressed for the website to appear in the top results on Google search. Site crawls help find errors in page title, poor keywords, duplicated content, broken or dead links and low-quality images. Sitemaps should be registered in Google search console with updated content or add it in the robots.txt file following the XML sitemap protocols. The website should be mobile friendly and have a fast loading time for better rankings. Titles, keywords, tags, and meta should be Google friendly. HTTPS is another crucial protocol that is often underseen, make sure the website follows the secure protocol to be in the search engine’s chartbusters list. Listing the page on different websites helps with backlinking. Auditing the backlinks could give insight on how to improve keywording strategy. After fixing all the issues of a technical SEO audit, Google can be requested to re-crawl the website.