See how search engine robots analyze your or your competitors web site
Receive tips on how to improve your Meta Tags
Check the keywords used on the page and find the keyword density
Check web server operating system where site is hosted
Check website load time
Check website file size
Check URLs and links found on the page
Checker Optional :
This can be the Search Engine spiders User Agent and override the Spider Robot from the select box. Example: Googlebot/2.1 (+http://www.googlebot.com/bot.html)
Meta tags report
Report meta tag,length,value in Title, Description, Keywords, Robots, Author
Meta tags analysis.
Analysis meta tag contains no errors and relevancy to page content in Title, Description, Keywords, Robots, Author
Web page analysis.
Analysis the page contains too many URLs, because some Search Engines have problems with more than 100 urls on a page. Analysis the size of the web pages. Analisys the web page load time.
Keywords found in the Anchor tags
These are text links on your web page (including the ‘alt’ text from images in the links). These become more important for many search engines (for best results try to name them using your primary keywords).
Keywords found in the IMG Alt tags
This is text found in the ‘alt’ tag from the images. These tags are important for web pages with a lot of images (for best results try to name them using your primary keywords).
Keywords found on page – Keyword Density.
These are the keywords found on the web page. (Search engines are more likely to list this page as a good result for these keywords.)
Website Grader by HubSpot – Marketing Reports for 1,000,000 URLs and Counting…
Website Grader is a free seo tool that measures the marketing effectiveness of a website. It provides a score that incorporates things like website traffic, SEO, social popularity and other technical factors. It also provides some basic advice on how the website can be improved from a marketing perspective.
A website grade means that of the hundreds of thousands of websites that have previously been evaluated, algorithm has calculated that this site scores higher than % of them in terms of its marketing effectiveness. The algorithm uses a proprietary blend of over 50 different variables, including search engine data, website structure, approximate traffic, site performance, and others.
The software is constantly being upgraded and the algorithm enhanced. The number of potential recommendations provided by the tool is also increasing frequently. Please check back often.
I. On-Page SEO
On-Page SEO is the process of placing your selected keywords in the right places on your web pages. On-page SEO involves changing page titles, headings, content, and URLs to improve search engine rankings.
Metadata tags allow you to tell the search engines what your web page is about. Learn more about metadata and why it’s important.
B. Heading Summary
Similar to how newspapers and magazines use headings and sub-headings to help readers, websites can use special tags in their HTML. These tags not only help human readers read the content, they also help search engine spiders better understand the content on a page and what is most important. It is generally a good idea to use heading tags to help signal to the search engines, what the web page is about.
C. Image Summary
Images are a great way to enhance a website from a user’s perspective. However, it is important to note that search engine crawlers cannot really “see” images. So, if you have lots of images that contain textual content within the image itself, this content will not be seen by the crawlers.
HTML helps address this issue by providing a way to specify the textual content for an image using the “alt” attribute. The alt attribute allows web pages to assign specific text as the “alternative” content for images for those that cannot view the images themselves. This can be search engine crawlers or text-only web browsers.
D. Interior Page Analysis
We looked at a few other pages on your website to see how well they are optimized. This sort of interior page analysis can reveal exciting opportunities for you to target specific keywords or visitors. You can then create landing pages optimized towards converting those visitors into customers.
E. Readability Level: Primary / Elementary School
This score measures the approximate level of education necessary to read and understand the web page content. In most cases, the content should be made to be simple so that a majority of the target audience can understand it.
II. Off-Page SEO
Off-Page SEO includes all the things you do to promote your website outside the design of the website itself. Getting more inbound links to your site, registering with directories relevant to your industry, and getting more pages into the search engine indexes are all parts of Off-Page SEO.
A. Domain Info
Most experts agree that you should register your domain for a long time, because search engines factor domain “stability” when looking at your pages.
B. Google PageRank
“Google PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves important weigh more heavily and help to make other pages important.” – From Google
C. Google Indexed Pages
This number is the approximate number of pages on your website that have been stored in the Google index. The Google web crawler will visit the website periodically and look for new content for its index. Generally, the more pages your site has within the Google cache, the better.
D. Last Google Crawl Date
Google will periodically crawl websites looking for new and updated content. In general, you want Google to crawl your site as often as possible, so your new content shows up in Google search results immediately.
E. Traffic Rank
Alexa is an online service that measures traffic for millions of sites on the Internet in a similar way to Nielsen television show ratings.
F. Inbound Links
One of the most important measures for a website is how many other sites link to it. The more links the better. Having links to your website from authoritative resources on the Internet helps you rank higher in search engines since these links are an indication that your website is trustworthy and contains good content.
G. DMOZ Directory
DMOZ, The Open Directory Project, is the largest and most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors.
H. Yahoo! Directory
The Yahoo! Directory is a web directory which rivals the DMOZ Open Directory Project in size. We recommend that every business have a listing in the Yahoo! Directory.
ZoomInfo is a business directory and search engine, with profiles on more than 37 million people and 3.5 million companies.
Blogging makes sense from a marketing perspective. You’ll be leveraging the shift from outbound to inbound marketing and interacting with your customers in new ways. A blog lets you meet your customers more directly than sending out brochures or an email campaign. It changes your website from a brochure that most people look at once to something that people interact with and come back to.
A. Blog Analysis
Blogging is a great way to reach your target audience with your thoughts, opinions, and offerings on relevant topics.
B. Blog Ranking
Technorati is a popular blog directory service. It measures the popularity of a given blog as compared to all other sites that have been submitted to its system.
IV. Social Mediasphere
Making sure that your company has an extensive web presence outside of your own website is important. It increases the chances that your prospects will find your company when they are online since there are more web pages that contain information about your company.
A. del.icio.us bookmarks
del.icio.us is a web-based bookmarking site. Delicious users save their bookmarks on the website so they can access them from any browser. A website that has many users bookmarking it is generally popular and will get more traffic.
B. Digg.com Submission Summary
Digg is a social media site where anyone can submit articles, and viewers can vote for articles they like. Very popular articles can make it to the front page of Digg, resulting in more traffic to your website.
V. Converting Qualified Visitors to Leads
Visitors to your site are nice, but you probably want to convert qualified, interested visitors into actual customers. There are a number of ways to increase your conversion efficiency, turning more qualified visitors into prospects, leads, and eventually customers.
A. RSS Feed
An RSS feed was detected in this web page. The feed link was correctly setup so that it can be auto-detected by feed readers and contemporary browsers.
BlogLines, a leading RSS reader, reports subscribers to the feed through their system. This is usually a small fraction of the total subscribers to the feed.
B. Conversion Form
VI. Competitive Intelligence
WebsiteGrader doesn’t stop at your website. You can also track competing websites and see how they’re doing, including what they are doing better than you.
A. Keyword Grader
B. Score Summary
C. Historical Data Available
Please note that this tool is not a 100% accurate representation of search engine algorithms and should not be used as your sole tool for Search Engine Optimization. The exact algorithms that search engines use are closely-guarded proprietary secrets. Therefore, this tool attempts to provide very basic information about one specific element of a larger optimization strategy. There are many other ranking factors such as Link Popularity. In some instances, we have even seen sites rank at #1 for a keyword that is mentioned in the link anchor tag but not in the page content. Finally, though we strive to keep the meta tag analyzer up-to-date, search engines constantly modify their algorithms and this tool may be outdated by the time you use it.