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Programming Languages InfoQ Trends Report

Key Takeaways

  • Elixir has entered the trend report at the innovator adoption phase. It is a functional, concurrent, general-purpose programming language that runs on the Erlang virtual machine.
  • We are seeing increased interest and innovation related to infrastructure-aware or cloud-specific languages, DSLs, and SDKs like Ballerina and Pulumi.
  • We believe that Rust has moved from the innovator to early adopter phase, driven largely by its uptake within the infrastructure and networking data plane space—for example, Habitat and Linkerd 2.0.
  • Python is continuing to gain in popularity, largely thanks to its roles within data science and teaching.
  • Swift for iOS development has moved to early majority, primarily because of the popularity of iOS as a mobile application runtime. Kotlin, although tracked separately in the JVM trend report, has seen similar movement to early majority in relation to Android app development.
  • For .NET we see a lot
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How to Create (and Complete) an SEO Audit Report

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The first step in working with a new SEO client is creating an SEO audit report.

An SEO audit helps you evaluate the current state of the client’s site and create a roadmap for improvements. You can see where the client is succeeding, failing, and making mistakes. And in the process, you get the information you need to create a client-facing document that describes problems and what you will do to fix them.

As you take on your next project, use this SEO audit template to create a report that will guide your process, help you collect relevant information, and build trust between you and your clients.

Download your free SEO Audit Report template

What to Include in an SEO Audit Report

An SEO audit report serves two major purposes:

  1. Guiding your work
  2. Educating the client

As you go through an SEO audit checklist, create a document

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SEO Checker | Get Your Free SEO Report & SEO Analysis Now

What does our free SEO audit tool check?

Our free SEO audit tool offers a comprehensive evaluation of the following 12 factors:


The speed of your website not only matters to search engines but also to users. In fact, more than 80 percent of users expect a website to load in two seconds or less — if the website takes longer, they’ll likely leave, which increases your bounce rate.

That’s why our free SEO checker tests the speed of your page. When we assess your page’s speed, we also look at its size, which we measure in kilobytes. In the example below, you can see the page takes more than two seconds to load.

site speed analysis

While that may seem, “good enough,” a one second decrease in your page loading times can improve your conversions by seven percent. If you have 500 conversions a quarter, that translates to 35 more.

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