Take a look at the network to review how our website always suits us to see that everything goes well, in addition to collecting some data and information that may eventually serve us to work on the SEO of our website.
Statscrop and SEO and web analysis
Browsing the net I have come across an interesting web page in which we can recover very good information regarding a website and that gives us tips to improve some aspects that serve the search engines. This is www.statscrop.com, a tool can surely help us a lot.
To use it, simply go to the statscrop website, enter the domain from which you want to retrieve information and click on analysis (analyze). When we do this we will see the result screen and, in the left panel several sections, like this:
Site info (site information)
The first thing you can see is a thumbnail, a small screenshot of your site, and then you start to display the information of each of the different modules, like this:
The first thing you can see is a thumbnail, a small screenshot of our site, then comes the title, the age of the site, the alexa ranking, the page load time, the pagerank, the SEO score, the security of the web, the country with the primary traffic , where the largest number of visits come from, the platform or CMS used, the ip address of the server, the main colors used, the type of server, the city and country where it is located.
It tells us if there are duplicate pages (with www or without www, in addition to the IP), the historical Alexa ranking (something that also does dig.do), the top of keywords or keywords (not very successful) and a map with the country and the percentage of visits.
Here we find the categories found of our website, the http analysis of our HEADER, an html analysis where it tells us the detected language, the language of the database, the version of the html, number of images, page size and text size. He’s also here in title and subtitle analysis<h1>,<h2>,<h3>, etc., as well as a history of the title of our website
It does a security analysis in Google browser as well as McAfee and Trustworthiness and privacy.
This segment shows likes or shares on different social networks such as Tweet, Facebook, Linkedin, Google+, Delicious, Stumbleupon and Pinterest
Here is the domain name, age, server names, creation date, expiration date, registrant entity, and URL of the registrant entity.
We also find here the availability or not of other domains that have the same name, but with different extensions.
Sites related to ours (not very reliable). We can also find information from other sites that are stored on the same IP, and the Alexa ranking of each of them.
Something interesting also in this report is that it shows us the 4 pages that are ahead and behind our Alexa ranking.
It is a color chart of the theme, or theme that we are using, as well as the percentage that each of them covers on the web, as well as the HTML color used in each case (the code of each color).
There is also a graph with the internal and external links (not backlinks) and the number of pages indexed in these three search engines: Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Something to highlight in this section is also the historical pagerank, the evolution of it over time.
As we can see, this page is essential when it comes to an analysis of our website. We hope you will rehearse it and tell us about your experiences with statscrop.</h3></h2></h1>
Phoneia.com (June 26, 2019). Statscrop and SEO and web analysis. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/technology/statscrop-and-seo-and-web-analysis/