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What's included in my search engine report?

 

URL 
The URL of each page.
  Time Crawled
The time (GMT) that we crawled each page.   
Title Tag
The title element of each page.
  Meta Description
The meta description of each page. 
HTTP Status Code
The HTTP status code that each URL found. 
  Referrer
The page which linked to the discovered URL.
Link Count
The total number of links on each page found. 
  Content-Type Header
The type of content as returned by the given HTTP header for each page crawled. (Ex. content="text/html;")
4XX (Client Error)
Does the page have a 4XX error? 4xx status codes are shown when we request a page that cannot be accessed. This is usually the result of a bad or broken link.


  5XX (Server Error)
Does the page have a 5XX error? 5xx errors are shown when a valid request was made by us, but the server failed to complete the request.

Title Missing or Empty
Is your page title missing? Search engines consider the title element to be the most important place to identify keywords and associate the page with a topic. Most people miss it but its the text that appears in the tab or browser title.

  Duplicate Page Content
Do you have repeating content? Content that is nearly identical to content on other pages of your site forces your pages to unnecessarily compete with each other for rankings.

URLs with Duplicate Page Content (up to 5)
The URLs of up to five pages that have similar content.

  Duplicate Page Title
Do you have duplicate page titles? You should use unique titles for your different pages to ensure that they describe each page uniquely and don't compete with each other for keyword relevance.

URLs with Duplicate Title Tags (up to 5)
The URLs of up to five pages that have identical title elements.

  Long URL
A good URL is descriptive and concise. Although not a high priority, we recommend a URL that is shorter than 75 characters.

Overly-Dynamic URL
Is your URL overly dynamic? Although search engines can crawl dynamic URLs, search engine representatives have warned against using over 2 parameters in any given URL.

  301 (Permanent Redirect)
Does the page have a 301 redirect? The 301 redirect, as it is commonly called by SEOs, should be used any time one URL needs to be redirected to another.

302 (Temporary Redirect)
Does the page have a 302 redirect? Using a 302 redirect will cause search engine crawlers to treat the redirect as temporary and not pass any link juice (ranking power).

  301/302 Target
The target redirect page for pages that return a 301 or 302 redirect.

Meta Refresh
Are you using meta refreshes? Meta refreshes are a type of redirect that is executed at the page level rather than the server level. They are usually slower and we usually recommend using a 301 redirect instead.

  Meta Refresh Target
The target page for pages that have a meta refresh redirect.

Title Element Too Short
A really short title element may not sufficiently describe the page to the user and likely does not include relevant keywords for the search engines.

  Title Element Too Long
Is your title element longer than 70 characters? The visible portion of the title tag in the search results extends to 66 characters, after which it is truncated by the engines.

Too Many On-Page Links
We recommend you include less than 100 links per page to ensure that they are all crawled, though if your pages have a high page authority, search engines will usually follow more links.

  Missing Meta Description Tag
Do you have meta descriptions? Meta description tags are extremely important in gaining user click-through from search engine result pages (SERPs).

Search Engine blocked by robots.txt
Can your page be crawled by search engines? If it is blocked by the robots.txt protocol, our report will let you know.

  Meta-robots Nofollow
When the meta robots tag for a page includes 'nofollow', no link juice is passed on through the links on that page.

Blocked by X-robots
Is your page blocked by X-robots? When the X-Robots tag for a page includes 'nofollow', no link juice is passed on through the links on that page.

   X-Robots-Tag Header
The x-robots directive which is returned in HTTP headers of each page crawled. (Ex. Disallow: /no-google/)

Blocked by meta-robots
Is your page blocked by meta-robots? This page is being kept out of the search engine indexes by meta-robots.

  Meta Robots Tag
The value of the meta robots tag which is returned in the HTTP headers of each page crawled.

Rel Canonical
Is this the canonical version of the page? Using rel=canonical suggests to search engines which URL should be seen as canonical.

  Rel-Canonical Target
The value of the rel-canonical element for each page crawled.

Blocking All User Agents
Your page is blocked from being crawled or indexed by Google, Yahoo, and Bing by the rules included in the robots.txt file.

  Blocking Google
Your page is blocked from being crawled or indexed by Google by the rules included in the robots.txt file.

Blocking Yahoo
Your page is blocked from being crawled or indexed by Yahoo by the rules included in the robots.txt file.

  Blocking Bing
Your page is blocked from being crawled or indexed by Bing by the rules included in the robots.txt file.

Internal Links
Number of links on a page that point to the same domain as that page.

  Linking Root Domains
Number of root domains that link to this page.

External Links
Number of links on a page that point to a page that is not on the same domain as that page.

  Page Authority
Page Authority is a calculated metric for how well a given webpage is likely to rank in search results.

 

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