SEO software that helps you drive growth

DeepCrawl enables you to optimize technical health to create better customer experiences, increase organic visibility, and drive better ROI from your website.


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DeepCrawl is the tool you need to transform your website into a lean, mean, revenue-driving machine.

In our increasingly digital world, organic search is fast becoming the customer acquisition and lead generation channel for marketing leaders.

Ensuring your SEO is technically sound is not just important for getting your content and product pages to rank in search results, it enables you to boost your brand, create better user experiences, and increase conversions.

Our DeepCrawl Core software crawls your website and provides your SEO and marketing teams with actionable insights to help you optimize your website for search, and ultimately, drive more revenue.

Key product features

Technical SEO insights at scale

Our Core App will help you analyze hundreds of metrics and simplify technical SEO analysis so you can focus on actioning the insights from the data.

Crawl millions of URLs

Our scalable crawler can comfortably handle websites with tens of millions of URLs and billions of links.

Schedule crawls when you need them

Setting up regular crawls with a desktop crawler is a cumbersome task. DeepCrawl strips out unnecessary complexity and allows you to easily schedule crawls at regular intervals.

Get actionable SEO insights with segmentation

Focus on key page types and segments to enable clear visibility into problem areas.

Manage issues and workloads effectively

Detect an issue. Set up a task in the Task Management module. Define the priority level and deadline. Assign it to a team member. Simple.

Easily export data to your data warehouse

Create your own data pipelines and push DeepCrawl data into your data warehouse using our API and third-party connectors, or by using our official BI connectors.

Improve your technical SEO health. Drive ROI.

Grow your brand

Millions of businesses’ pages aren’t crawled by search engines due to poor site architecture and technical health. Our crawler’s SEO insights highlight where you need to improve to ensure your brand’s pages aren’t overlooked, enabling you to drive more visitors to your site.

Provide better customer experiences

As the world increasingly buys, reads, and shops online, the customer experience your website provides has never been so vital. DeepCrawl Core reveals the technical issues that prevent your customers from receiving optimal experiences across your website.

Drive more revenue

Product pages and lead-gen magnets that are neither technically sound nor optimized for search engines hold untapped potential. DeepCrawl Core will help you ensure your core pages are driving the conversions you need to help your business grow.

Beat your competition

Most marketing leaders know that SEO is important. Despite this, few websites’ technical SEO and site architecture are completely sound. Stay ahead of your competition by ensuring your SEO is flawless using DeepCrawl Core.

Professional Services: get expert help when you need it

Want to ensure you’re getting the most of DeepCrawl Core? Our team of technical SEO experts is on-hand to expand your team’s capabilities, improve your site’s technical health, and help you find the data you need to get the unlock the potential from your website.

What People Say About Us

Nick Wilsdon

Search Product Owner, Vodafone

DeepCrawl have managed to build the most comprehensive website crawler in the market today. For any SEO or digital team looking to conduct technical SEO audits, their data is simply the best available.

Sebastian Simon

Senior SEO Manager, heine

DeepCrawl Automator is a very reliable tool. We used Automator, for example, to check if anything is redirecting where it shouldn’t be. It’s a great relief to know there is something that will notify me if anything has changed.

Bartosz Goralewicz

Co-founder, Onely

DeepCrawl was a first Saas crawler I ever used and I only needed couple of minutes to start using DeepCrawl’s data. If you are new to crawling this is definitely a great fit to get you started with onpage & technical SEO.

Lauren Jones

Head of Response Media / Board Director, PHD UK

I have been using DeepCrawl since it first launched I haven't looked back. The sheer level of engineering that has gone into this product makes it one of if not the best enterprise level crawl solution on the market.

Tom Nash

Performance Strategy Director, OMD EMEA

If you combine my hours, the team’s, and all the tasks involved, you’re looking at adding an extra person to the team to cover off what DeepCrawl does for us. As a result, we’re able to spend more time on solving problems and driving performance for our clients.

Sam Hurley

Founder, NOVOS

I've tried many cloud-based crawler tools and DeepCrawl is by far the best at providing actionable insights. I was easily able to visualise trends and issues to developers which helped us increase the number of organic visitors by over one million.

Andor Palau

Head of SEO, Peak Ace

We use DeepCrawl on a daily basis and it has been our go-to software for years now. Personally speaking, DeepCrawl has helped me so often when auditing websites - it is definitely one tool I wouldn’t want to be without.

Jared Gardner

Head of SEO, Qualtrics

Thanks to the cloud-based design of Deepcrawl and historical comparisons, I was able to repeat a crawl using complex configurations from anywhere in the world and quickly compare the changes to past crawls to take action. I could not have done that with a desktop based crawler.

Jordan Small

Senior Software Engineer, wikiHow

Using DeepCrawl has significantly increased my productivity in terms of SEO site monitoring. Given the size and scale of wikiHow, DeepCrawl’s crawling abilities let me perform auditing across our site that wouldn't be possible by manual means.

Arsen Rabinovich


There's nothing on the market that's better than DeepCrawl when it comes to conducting comparison crawls during migrations of large scale enterprise websites.

JP Sherman

JP Sherman

Enterprise Search & Findability Manager, Red Hat

I use DeepCrawl to identify issues in my enterprise level site "at scale", it helps me prioritize issues and I use the API to pull data into our databases and run custom reports.

Casie Gillette

Senior Director of Digital Marketing, KoMarketing

One of the things I really like about DeepCrawl is the ability to visualize issues quickly. I can get a snapshot of errors, redirects, canonicals, hreflang tags, etc without having to export and sort through the data.

Grant Simmons

VP of Search Marketing,

There aren't many tools that scale effectively to truly deliver on the enterprise-level promise offering rock-solid deliverables and actionable insights. The features, functions and reports all put Deepcrawl at the top of our list.

Maria Cieślak

Head of Technical SEO, Onely

DeepCrawl is the crawler that all SEOs should have in their toolbox. Their clean reports and filtering options make digging deeper into massive amounts of data an absolute pleasure.

Igal Stolpner

VP Growth,

Since we started using DeepCrawl, spotting critical issues has become painless, even for a site with tens of millions of pages like You can easily feel that it was built by Technical SEOs who understand the day-to-day pains of SEO teams.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does DeepCrawl do?

DeepCrawl is a cloud-based web crawler that you control.

You can set it to crawl your website, staging environment, external sites, analytics data, backlinks, sitemaps and URL lists, with a host of flexible crawl types.

DeepCrawl helps you analyze your website architecture and understand and monitor technical issues, to improve your SEO performance.

You can use DeepCrawl for:

  • Technical Auditing
  • Site Redevelopment/Migrations
  • Website Change Management
  • Link Auditing
  • Competitor Intelligence
  • Landing Page Analysis
  • Website Architecture Optimization
  • Website Development Testing
  • Competitor Analysis

How is DeepCrawl different from other services?

DeepCrawl has been designed by experienced SEOs and used extensively in the field to solve real problems.

The level of detail available is more extensive than most other crawlers and the data is presented in a more digestible, actionable format.

Because DeepCrawl is run as a cloud-based service, the size of crawls that can be run is much larger compared to software based crawlers which run on your local computer. They’re also not impacted or affected in any way by the power of your local machine, or other processes your local machine is running.

There is a very high level of customization and control available for more experienced users, allowing crawls to be tailored to suit a specific project.

Do I need to add tracking tags or authenticate a site before I can use DeepCrawl?

No, you don’t need to do anything under normal circumstances to crawl a public website. No additional tracking tags or authentication processes are normally required.

It’s important to advise your IT manager or person responsible for hosting your website to avoid your crawl being blocked.

If you want to crawl a private website on your own network e.g. a test website or staging environment, then you will need to allow access to DeepCrawl by identifying the user agent or IP address and allowing access to your network, and/or any basic authentication or DNS configurations needed.

Will DeepCrawl activity affect the stats in my analytics package?

The majority of analytics packages such as Google Analytics, Webtrends or Omniture use a JavaScript tracking tag which runs inside the user’s browser. DeepCrawl does not run any JavaScript from pages that are crawled and will not affect your analytics data.

Some older analytics packages use log file data stored on the web server. This data can be affected by any crawling activity, including Google or Bing and therefore DeepCrawl too.

Can I run multiple crawls at the same time?

Yes, you can run up to 10 crawls simultaneously.

How secure is my data?

All data is stored using Amazon Web Services which has been architected to be one of the most secure cloud computing environments available.The crawl data is stored in a database on EC2 servers until the crawl is archived or deleted. The report data and backups are archived in S3.We use a VPN and security groups to prevent unauthorized access to the data.

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If you’d like to find out more about DeepCrawl, feel free to drop us a message via our Contact Us page. We’d be happy to answer any questions.

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