Improving Your UX with DeepCrawl

Confident That Your Users and Bots Are Finding Your Best Content Fast?

Bad UX leads to poor SEO, and vice versa. Error pages, site lag time and lack of content depth can all impact conversion as well as your search rankings. It’s vital that your UX and SEO teams work together when improving your website

You want to navigate bots through your website content as smoothly as possible. See how DeepCrawl can help you.

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You want to navigate bots through your website content as smoothly as possible. See how DeepCrawl can help you.

Eliminate Broken Pages

These are often caused because a page has been removed but links to it still exist, or because the linked URL is incorrect. The solution is to update the links to point to an alternative target or remove the link if there is no suitable alternative. If the linked page has been deleted, it could be redirected (301) to an appropriate alternative.

Optimize How Quickly Users (and Bots) Get to Your Most Important Content

You want search engine bots to get to your most important pages in the fewest steps.

Our Web Crawl Depth graph gives you a high level view of how many clicks it takes to get to your important content. You can then filter URLs by level and use the data to help you optimize both your user journey and also your crawl efficiency.

Speed up Your Site by Finding out What's Really Slowing It Down

Shopzilla reduced its average load time from 6 to 1.2 seconds and experienced a 12% increase in revenue.

Find out what’s slowing down your site. Our crawler counts how long it takes to request each page, flags poorly performing pages and provides data to help you determine the cause of the poor performance.

Say Goodbye to Thin Content

We flag all pages with content below 3kb which could be contributors to a Panda penalty, and may prevent the page from being indexed, and in some cases cause a soft 404 error.