Monitoring my Website’s Technical Health

Need a Comprehensive View of Your Website Performance

DeepCrawl’s historic trend reports enabled Sears to reverse engineer a 15% YoY decline in organic traffic, totalling a $2 Million loss in revenues. Hence, it’s good practice to perform a technical audit of your site on a regular basis. Indeed you can use many website crawlers to do this, but what sets DeepCrawl apart is the ease with which you can review historical data to identify trends and issues, and monitor progress.

This helps you identify areas that need immediate attention, such as server response errors or page indexation issues, as well as validate if changes you’ve made are delivering positive results.

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Schedule Crawls to Reduce Admin and Ensure You Have Regular Data Coming In

By scheduling crawls you’ll never be without fresh data when you get a spontaneous call from a client or your boss. Schedule your crawls on an hourly, daily, weekly; bi-weekly; or monthly basis. DeepCrawl will save your crawl configurations and automatically set off your crawls for you.

Easily See What's Changed, for Better or Worse, since Your Last Crawl

By scheduling crawls you’ll never be without fresh data when you get a spontaneous call from a client or your boss. Schedule your crawls on an hourly, daily, weekly; bi-weekly; or monthly basis. DeepCrawl will save your crawl configurations and automatically set off your crawls for you.

Track Progress over Time with Trend Graphs

Use the trend graphs to monitor progress, or look back at your historic stats to understand changes (and their effects) that may otherwise go unnoticed and uncelebrated!

Divide Tasks amongst Team Members Using Our Internal Ticketing System

Assign and prioritize tasks using our Project Manager to help you track progress over time. View the age of each task, leave notes for team members, and mark projects as fixed, all from one screen. Get regular updates on the development of your assignment.

For assignments with several moving parts like 404 cleanups, we’ll count down outstanding URLs until you hit the magic zero and buy everyone a beer.