SEORadar: How is it different?
Stuff happens, not just stuff but STUFF! If you have been doing SEO for while, you know this!. Maybe it's stuff you didn't want to happen and maybe it is stuff you just need to know about. With engineers, designers, product managers, marketing managers, content writers and others impacting a website, the delicate balance that is required for SEO is always at risk.
That's where SEORadar comes in. We monitor your website and tell you things you need to know with
HTML Snapshots and Archive
We start off by taking a snapshot of your HTML. Most SEOs and product managers have a tough time knowing exactly how their pages changed in the last release, not to mention going back a month or two or more to investigate a change to an important metric. The snapshot is the key that allows us to do things that other audit tools can't. For instance a line by line comparison of the full HTML, content or SEO elements (like this):
Let's face it, monitoring is great but really you want to catch as many things as possible before pushing a new version of the site. Google is fast and you don't want to have to fight the clock to get problems fixed before Google indexes it. With our enterprise version, you can even test staging environments. Our diff alerts and audits will allow the SEO QA person do a line by line comparison of all changes.
With our handy Chrome
Give your QA person access to SEORadar and you sure to make his or her life easier!
SEORadar Time Machine
A typical issue for an SEO is investigating a traffic drop that might have started a month ago or more. That might mean scouring through release notes to understand what happened. With our archive, you can go back in time and view your pages last week or even months ago. Not only do we save the HTML snapshots, we also store server response and page render metrics. Maybe you page performance has slowly been degrading the last few months. You can tell by looking at the URL history. Here we see a page with rather erratic performance.
Maybe you need to monitor your
- Get alerts when a new review is posted
- Monitor their Wikipedia page for updates
- Monitoring tag from various analytics products
- Monitor code snippets used to advertising units
Mobile Audits and Mobile vs. Desktop Diffs
- Google's coming mobile index makes it critical to audit exactly what is served up to the mobile crawler.
- You will now have two distinct indexes to worry about!
- Besides the standard change diff report, SEORadar can run a desktop vs.. mobile diff audit. We recommend taking a careful look at differences in mobile content as you prepare for Google's new mobile index. This is especially important if you have an adaptive, m.dot or progressive web app.
Site Migrations and Redirect Testing
- If have a site migration coming up, we strongly recommend setting up SEORadar prior to the migration. This way you will have a detailed before and after view of the site!
- It is critical that you set up the correct redirects and the redirects continue to work over time so that you don't lose the historical value of the old URL'
- If you have any historic migrations or URL changes that have been done prior to setting up SEORadar, we recommend configuring those old URLs into our redirect tester. We will then continually monitor those URLs so verify that the redirects stay in place.
Extended Search Console Archive
- Search console reports are limited to the top 1000 pages or keywords. VIA the API, we have access to as far more data, as much as 10,000+ pages.
- While the Search Data is great inside of Search Console, Google only provides that data for 90 days. We archive it for as longs as 12 months with our enterprise version.
Weekly Keyword and Page Winners & Losers Report
- Each we will analyze your Search Console data and generate a report of keyword movement and page performance. This quick snapshot will arrive on Monday morning in your inbox and you can go into SEORAdar and examine the data in more detail.
- See your wins and get early warning on rankings and indexing issues.
- Drill into individual pages to analyze performance.