Website SEO Analyzer

Check your site’s health with our FREE SEO analysis tool

Conducting an SEO-evaluation might seem a time-consuming job. But if you use the right tools, finding and fixing on-site errors can be carried out in an effective and fast way. With the DirectNorth Site Audit tool, you can perform a comprehensive technical SEO audit for FREE in one hour!

Analyzing your website with the DirectNorth SEO audit tool’s reports helps you make it more accessible for search engine robots. It also helps you ensure a positive User Experience. To conduct an SEO-test with the DirectNorth Site Audit reports, set up an audit campaign, and you will be able to:

  • Optimize your internal and external links
  • Add tags where they are missing
  • Make titles, meta descriptions, and other HTML tags unique and comprehensible for users and search engines
  • Correct broken images and provide them all with an alt attribute
  • Detect and erase error pages
  • Find duplicate content pages
  • And fix other problems blocking your SEO progress

Prioritize SEO issues and decide what to fix first

Checking a website’s on-page health is indispensable to making and keeping a website SEO and user-friendly. Whether you manage a small website or a large one composed of thousands of webpages, detection of issues can be challenging. You just cannot afford to spend days looking for every possible mistake in the code or checking for broken images or URLs.

Where to start? The DirectNorth Site Audit tools will show you!

These SEO analysis tools check issues that are related to crawlability, content, images, links, accessibility and coding. All issues found are divided into three groups depending on their severity: errors, warnings, and notices.

The Overview Report will show you the top issues, the most frequently found problems on your website. If you want to fix a particular issue throughout your entire website, then go to the Issues report, and display the URLs of all webpages affected by the issue. The Page report will list all issues found on a landing page.

Back to Top