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This article will soon be replaced with updated content on detecting and resolving duplicate and near-duplicate content in OnCrawl.
This short video is going to quickly introduce how to use our SEO crawler, OnCrawl.
So once you learn to crawl, you will land on this page, where you have all of your projects.
Click on one of your projects, scroll down. Keep going, and click on "Crawl report"
So here is your summary tab, which gathers all your main crawl data information. You can easily know how many pages you've been crawling, if you have indexed pages, if you have no-index pages, if you have status code errors, if you have duplication issues...
So you can access your page depth distribution here.
Every time you click on a specific chart, you will access our URL viewer, where you have further details about the specific information you're looking for. SO here you have further details about the title, status code, meta robots. At any time, you can add another type of filter, so if you want to have data about the load time, you can add it. There it is.
then if you go back to the summary, you also have details about your load time performances. You can know if it's too slow, or perfect . You also have data about:
- your links breakdown
- your HTML quality, so you can know if your titles are unique or duplicated, if you have duplicated meta descriptions
- if you have any kind of status code errors on your pages...
Main tags and social tags
Let's see now the main tag section. This section mostly focuses on your main tags and your social tags. You have insights about your title length and title evaluation, so you know if your titles are too long, or the perfect size, or if they are duplicated or unique.
The same goes for your descriptions, your H1 and your H2.
We also know that social media can increase your conversion and traffic. That's why we have integrated an Open Graph and a Twitter Card analysis. So here you can have insights about pages with incomplete Open Graphs or complete ones. You can also check your OG type distribution, which type of Open Graph you've been using.
You also have a view of your Open Graph basic metadata, where you can know on which pages you don't have this metadata.
You also have a graph about the optional ones, so you can know which ones you've been using on your website.
You also have details about pages with Open Graphs by page depth, which is quite convenient.
And the same goes for your Twitter cards. So here you can know how many pages we have with incomplete Twitter Cards, for instance. And which type of twitter cards you are using.
You also have further details about your Twitter Card properties, so you can know which ones are required, optional, or not set.
This editorial insights tab is about your content. SO you have details about your pages with images, your pages with alt missing, you can know if you have any poor content on your website, detect your average number of words per page...
So here, it is about your word count distribution and average word count by page depth, so you can filter it by number of words, and know if you have any thin content, if you have only long-form content on your website, and you can know the average word count per pages.
We also have integrated structured data distribution, so you can know which type of Schema.org you are using on your pages, and you also have other insights about the number of pages with structured data or without structured data.
We also have integrated analysis about your hn per page, so you can have their average number on your pages, and you can also know where your alts are missing on your website.
And then you can look at your n-grams and filter them by number of n-grams. You can easily note their frequency on your website.
The next section in your content tab in the list is Duplicate Content. This one focuses on your duplicate content, so you can know if you have pages with duplicate titles, duplicate descriptions, duplicate contents, etc.
You can also know your type of duplicate, so you can see if you have meta or content or both title and meta duplicated, or all of them.
You can also access a proportion of your duplicate content. You can know if you have pages with no duplicate content issues, or here for instance you can know that you have pages in a cluster with a missing canonical.
We also offer you a clear overview of your duplicate pages by cluster. You can filter them by number of pages and by content similarity. And then you can also know if your canonicals are matching or not, and if your canonicals are set. So basically here you can see that your canonicals are definitely not set.
And then we also offer duplicate pages similarity by depth, by path, or by extension.
In the Inlinks section, you have details about your number of inlinks, your average number of inlinks per page, and other further details.
You can access your follow and no-follow distribution.
We also have developed an internal page rank, which measures the internal popularity for your pages. You can know if you have optimized pages that help create the popularity in other pages within your website.
So this is the InRank. Basically, your home page is registering with 10 points, and the Inrank is inherited from the pages.
You can also know which ones of your pages are your top pages or your most inlinked pages. You can know their InRank, their number of Inlinks follow, and the depth.
And then you can also have details about your rel canonical and how they are behaving and your proportion of index pages versus no-index pages.
The Outlinsk section offers your information about your total outlinks, your number of internal ones and external ones... You also have access to your distribution of follow and no-follow external outlinks. The same goes for the internal ones.
You also have further details about your outlinks insight and which types of status codes errors you have on the internal ones. You also have the distribution of outlinks by page depth, and you can finally know if you have broken links, and how many of them, and which of your external follow links are your top targets. Here you can see their number of links for targets.
The main section focuses on your global performances.
So you have insights about your load time and your weight distribution. You can easily see how many pages are regarded as too slow, your average load time... Here you can know which pages are too slow, you can know your load time distribution by page depth. The same goes for weight distribution.
Then finally you also have information about your status codes. For instance, you can know if you have too many 404 errors.
Finally we also have developed a tool which allows you to select a quick filter to make more targeted analysis or to create your own filters. But this section will be further explained in another video.
I hope you've liked this one and you understood everything, but if you have any questions, feel free to send us an email or a tweet (or click the blue Intercom button at the bottom right of your screen), and we'll be very happy to help you.
Thanks, guys, for watching. Bye-bye.