Content Comes Next
Website content is itself a form of data, treated as such by web servers and search engines. The structure in terms of code and syntax matter to them, for clarity and performance.
The quality, or value of content is equally important, to visitors and search engines. As a website is indexed, search engines carry out semantic and statistical analysis. They wish to understand the page, the website, the web and how they interrelate.
The value of the content and wider relationships can equally be studied using dedicated software, as can the structure of a page and a website. Words do have a forensic meaning.
Forensic reports on websites can be entirely separate, or an aspect of a wider study. They often underpin the mix of fact and opinion in a legal report, or identify technical errors which are causing performance issues, or project failure.
There is perhaps no field of investigation which does not involve a degree of subjectivity and experience. Forensic examination of a website is essentially still a factual exercise.
This can bring a clear and unarguable picture, or identify errors and opportunities otherwise unseen. A mix we find meets our clients needs and often helps them move forward.