- The most granular and comprehensive website crawling tool we tested.
- On-page SEO recommendations.
- Responsive modern interface.
- Google Analytics and Google Search Console integration.
- Backlink tracking.
- AMP metrics.
- Desktop/mobile/tablet breakdowns.
- Site crawling is all it does.
- No keyword research, position monitoring, or web-wide indexing features.
- Depth of crawled data can be overwhelming if you don't know what you're looking for.
1. Regular Technical Audits
With DeepCrawl, companies can monitor their websites regularly. This ensures that they quickly identify areas which have issues and act upon those expeditiously. And by automating regular audits, websites can recognize trends to monitor their website performance for further improvement and increased visibility.
2. Migration Control
At times, website migration causes organic traffic loss. DeepCrawl offers a comparison between the staging and live sites giving web administrators an overview of differences between the two. Ultimately, after multiple crawls, web developers can close the gap between the two. Meanwhile, Google is able to process the modifications and adapts to the migrated website, thereby reducing the risk of losing in website rankings.
3. Architecture Understanding
With DeepCrawl, website owners can better understand the architecture of their sites. The application enables administrators to see it from different vantage points in order for them to find areas for improvement. This way, they are able to further optimize sitemaps and guarantee that all pages are within easy reach of website visitors for greater user engagement.
4. Penalty Recovery
DeepCrawl ensures that websites are in line with the regulations of the Google Panda and Penguin algorithms. And in case websites incur a penalty from either one, the application locates the problem for web engineers to remedy. This allows websites to be whitelisted by the search engine again, thus they can attract more visitors and customers.
5. SEO and UX Improvement
With DeepCrawl, management are able to find potential SEO problems embedded in different website pages. These issues could pose a threat to the website’s ranking and visibility, therefore web admins have to act on those immediately. And once the SEO is improved, websites also develop further their user experience design or UX. This way, users and bots find the best content in the site rapidly.
6. Global Website
Websites that offer content in different languages can rest assured that users from different parts of the world land on a homepage that is right for them. DeepCrawl flags broken language links to be fixed for search engine recognition. This way, site visitors see content in a language they understand and have no trouble interacting with the site.
7. Competitor Analysis
By comparing their websites to competitors, businesses and organizations are able to formulate new strategies to stay ahead of their rivals.