Real-Time Website SEO Monitoring to Reduce the Risk of Losing Google Traffic
One glance is enough to evaluate what’s happening with your websites and determine whether something went wrong.
How Sitechecker can help you
Protect your online business from losing traffic due to the mistakes of developers, content managers, and marketers. Get notifications when anybody makes on-site changes that are dangerous for SEO.
Demonstrate, to your customers, the updates you have made on the websites. Spend less time monitoring people who are responsible for site content management and on-page SEO.
Measure the impact of site content changes on SERP visibility and conversion. Track changes on competitors’ websites 24/7 to learn more about their content marketing tactics.
Why hire Sitechecker for your website monitoring
Get a quick overview of the last changes on the websites
One glance is enough to evaluate what’s happening with your sites and to decide if something went wrong. Track site uptime and downtime and learn about added and deleted pages.
Be the first to know when there is a risk of losing Google traffic
Get alerts to your email immediately if your site is down, important landing pages become non-indexable in robots.txt and meta tag robots, or HTTP status codes changed and vice versa if wrong pages become indexable.
Learn about event types you never knew existed on your website
Your site can be changed by subordinates, freelancers, plugins, CMS platforms, and even hackers. You never know what is going on until you track code changes. Sitechecker will do that for you.
Measure the impact of website changes on its rankings
Use Rank Tracker to monitor site and page positions in SERP. Identify how specific page changes, like change of title, H1, description, or content, impacts rankings.
Research the history of specific events or pages
Easy-to-use filters help you analyze important events and web page changes in a few clicks.
Learn more about on-page SEO and content marketing tactics that your competitors use
Track the new pages that competitors add and the pages that they delete or redirect. Find out how they change titles, descriptions, and headings and which pages they are trying to improve.