Dragon Metrics Site Auditor can crawl your sites for over 50 onsite optimization issues and status of each issues will be tracked over time. Using the Site Auditor, you will be able to:

  • See the total number of onsite issues over time
  • See the number of issues over time, grouped by priority
  • See the number of URLs we've crawled and lots of related statistics
  • See your sites' most common onsite issues
  • View the cause of each issues in detail, and get our in-depth guides for fixing them

You can access Dragon Metrics Site Auditor by Clicking on the Site Auditor link at the Site tab:

After clicking entering the Site Auditor, you will be presented with an overview page of all the onsite issues, on the top of the page you can get some basic information about your site crawls. You can quickly switch to different areas of Site Auditor, modify crawling options for the campaign, request for a re-crawl or export your issues data into an Excel:

On the top of the page, you can see:

  • URL of the crawled the site
  • Dropdown menu to quickly switch to different areas of Site Auditor to view specific issue
  • Last Crawled – The most recent date we've crawled this site
  • Next Crawl – When the next crawl will begin
  • Crawl Options – Open window to change crawl limits, crawl speed, manage alternate seed URL or excluded URLs
  • Re-crawl site now – You can request an immediate site crawl by clicking this option
  • Export to Excel – Export all the data within this page to an Excel file

Below you will see 4 callouts, showing you the total number of issues we've found on your site, issues grouped by priorities and their changes compare to last crawled:

URLs Crawled

  • URLs Crawled – The total number of URLs we are able to crawl
  • Primary URLs – The total number of Primary URLs based on the URLs we crawled. A URL is considered Primary URL when there's no other crawled URL containing exact same content with it
  • Duplicate URLs – The total number of duplicate URLs based on the URLs we crawled. A URL is considered duplicate URL when there's another crawled URL containing exact same content with it
  • Redirected URLs – The total number of redirected URLs based on the URLs we crawled. A URL is consider redirected URL when it's been redirected at least once before arriving at it final destination URL
  • Noindex URLs – The total number of noindex URLs based on the URLs we crawled. A URL is considered noindex URL when it contain noindex directives in meta robots, x-robots or robots.txt
  • Error URLs – The total number of error URLs based on the URLs we crawled. A URL is considered error URL when it return 4xx or 5xx ranges' response codes

URLs Not Crawled

  • URLs Not Crawled – The total number of URLs we found but aren't able to crawl
  • Disallowed (robots.txt) – The total number of URLs we found but aren't able to crawl because they are disallowed in robots.txt
  • Disallowed (x-robots) – The total number of URLs we found but aren't able to crawl because they are disallowed in x-robots tags
  • Excluded – The total number of URLs we found but aren't able to crawl because they are excluded in crawl options
  • Crawl Errors – The total number of URLs we found but aren't able to crawl because of crawling errors. There are lots of reasons to crawl errors but the most common one is our crawler being blocked by website's server

Trends

Below you can see a series of trend charts, showing you the number of issues in different priorities, total number of issues and the number of pages crawled over time.

Highest Priority Issues

In the Highest Priority Issues table, you will see the most important issues on your site, sorted by importance and occurrences.

  • Issue – The name of the issue. Clicking onto each Issue will show the detail page of that issue.
  • Priority – The priority of the issue, learn more
  • Type – The type of the issue, learn more
  • Count – The number of times this issue is detected on your site, and its change compare with previous crawls
  • Trend – The number of times this issue is detected on your site over time

Bar Charts

At the bottom of the page there will be a series of bar charts showing all the most common on-page SEO data and issues we've detected on your website.

Issues by Priority

Distribution of issues we've detected on your site, grouped by priorities.

Issues by Type

Distribution of issues we've detected on your site, grouped by types.

Crawl Depth

Distribution of URLs we've found on your site, grouped by crawl depth.

Scheme

Distribution of URLs we've found on your site, grouped by their HTTP scheme.

Redirect Types

Distribution of redirect types we've detected on your site.

Error Types

Distribution of error types we've found on your site.

Title Tag

Distributions of issues related to title tags we've found on your site.

Meta Description

Distributions of issues related to meta description tags we've found on your site.

H1 Tags

Distributions of issues related to H1 tags we've found on your site.

Meta Keywords

Distributions of issues related to meta keywords tags we've found on your site.

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