The WebsiteAnalyser is the perfect SEO tool to give you a comprehensive, fast and professional analysis of your website and to visually prepare the analysis results and to generate a detailed, custom report for you. The WebsiteAnalyser dashboard gives you a quick and easy overview of broken URLs, URLs without keywords, title or description Tag, badly programmed URLs, URLs with embedded CSS, URLs with outdated HTML tags, link distribution and much more in a categorized overview including charts.
Furthermore, the WebsiteAnalyser creates a ToDo list from the analyzed data, which you can use as a base for the optimization. The ToDo list can be seen as an aid to the website operator or the webmaster. Based on the data of the analyzed URLs and the analyzed data of the domain, a list with errors, warnings and suggestions will be created, which will help you to improve your website and thus to achieve a better positioning in the search engines.
The WebsiteAnalyser provides you more than 180 analysis views to help you troubleshooting and bug fixing, a report view for each of the analysis views, an analysis report, and an URL report for each URL analyzed. In addition, extras such as download assistants, sitemap assistants and an URL pinger have been integrated into the WebsiteAnalyser. For a detailed overview of the complete functionality of the WebsiteAnalyser and the analysis views, please refer to the detailed WebsiteAnalyser feature list.
Already during the website analysis you get a constantly updated view of the active analysis processes (threads), because the WebsiteAnalyser can work with parallel analysis processes, depending on the hardware configuration and settings, which increases the overall analysis speed and thus reduces the analysis time. Each analysis process shows the analysis progress and which URL is currently being analyzed. You will also have an overview of the elapsed time, the time remaining and the number of URLs analyzed, processed, and stored in the analysis database.
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