OnCrawl has developed a partnership with the AT Internet solution to combine their analytics data with our crawl data. Learn more about how to activate and setup this feature. 

1) AT Internet Account Requirements

Check the following elements:

  • You need to have access to the API account

  • You need to have the  Page URL dimension enabled on your website. By default, this dimension is not activated on AT Internet's accounts.

Contact your AT Internet Account Manager if one of these requirements is not satisfied.

Please note that the activation of the  Page URL dimension on your website is not retroactive.

Furthermore, you will need to wait for the first Monday following six complete weeks before launching a crawl on OnCrawl to have a complete traffic crossed analysis.

This is because AT Internet's provides full weeks (Monday through Sunday) of data; OnCrawl will use six weeks of data for analysis.

Then :

  • From the "API Accounts" section: select "New" to create an API KEY. OnCrawl needs this key to gather data.

You can see two numbers: ID Site and GUID, we will ask you to copy them in the OnCrawl interface.

2) OnCrawl/AT Internet Crossed Analysis Setup

Check the following required points:

  • In the crawl settings, enable the SEO Impact Report. Switch to the AT Internet tab and select "Enable AT cross-data analysis".

Contact your OnCrawl Account Manager to enable this feature
NB : you can click on the Intercom button at the bottom right on this page ;)

Then :

  • In the  ‘Launch Crawl Section’, select ‘Advanced report’ > ‘AT Internet’ > Enable AT Internet Crossed Analysis

  • Choose the AT Internet API version: V2 API or Delta API

  • Paste ID Site and GUID in the corresponding fields

  • Copy the two URLs you see below in your AT Internet account and validate.

Well done, you are ready to launch your crawl !

Once the crawl is done, you will be able to find the combined analysis in the SEO Impact Report tab.

The data in this report will take into account AT Internet data from the six full weeks (Monday through Sunday) preceding the crawl. For example, if you run a crawl on Thursday, you will have six weeks of data up to and including the previous Sunday, but not data for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday of the current week.

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