Today we are super excited to announce the release of a new audit management tool, called SEO Audit.
As you may already know, SERPed.net allows you to generate SEO audit reports, for yourself and your clients.
With SEO Audit, you can run an audit for any site, not just your own sites and clients' sites, but also prospects' sites, competitors' sites… In short: more flexibility and opportunities.
Here is what the audit report looks like:
As you can see, we check quite a lot of aspects: on-page, off-page, mobile-friendliness, speed, security…
In SEO Audit, you can generate 2 types of reports:
- Standard Report: one-off reports, generated once (you can run an audit for a specific site multiple times of course)
- Automated Report: recurring reports, generated every week, month, or quarter (you choose the frequency you want)
Standard Audit Reports
Do you want to create an audit report for a prospect just before a meeting, or simply want to check what your competitors are doing? We suggest you generate a standard (one-off) report.
To do so, simply click on the blue + button located at the top right. This will open the following form:
Fill in the relevant information and click to generate your report. You can then view all your audit reports and their respective scores in the form of a table, as shown below:
The table includes several key metrics, including SEO Score, Speed Score on Desktop, Speed Score on Mobile, MozRank, Domain Authority, Page Authority…
Clicking the mini graph on the right will open the large-sized version, so you can track progress over time, as well as view the latest recommendations:
This link will load a Web-based version of the audit report, which can then be printed or downloaded as a PDF file.
As mentioned before, you can run an audit for a specific site multiple times. You can generate as many standard audit reports as you want, at no extra cost.
Do you want to regularly run audits for yourself or a client's site? We suggest you then automate this audit. You can run an audit every week, every month, or every quarter.
The same principles that apply to standard reports also apply to automated reports, with the exception that the audit will automatically run at the frequency of your choice. The table and graph will be automatically updated as the new audit report is generated automatically.
If you have questions or feedback, don't hesitate to leave a comment below.