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Learn how to properly use the Health Tool and best practices.
Can I see all Keywords for each Landing Page?
Yes, you can find all keywords each landing page ranks for by going to the Health Tool -> Landing Pages tab -> Open a landing page -> See Keywords (bottom-right corner). Here's what you should be looking for:
Can I search for a landing page URL?
Yes. To do that, you need to use the Landing Pages tab that can e be found under the Health Tool. Once you've navigated to it, simply enter some of the words that can be found in the URL for the specific page you're looking for. You can find this feature here:
How many URLs on my site do you crawl in each audit?
In each crawl for each website we crawl up to 5000 landing pages. They are based on your Morningscore (highest keyword traffic) so the ones with the highest impact show up automatically.
How can I see the Health Tool site audit for my competitors?
To see the Health Tool site audit for your competitors, you need to add them as a primary / tracked website.
Can I find Health problems for each landing page?
Yes. To do that, you have to use the Landing Pages tab under the Health Tool. Here's a quick screenshot of where you find that feature: Once in the Landing Pages tab, you will see: All of your indexable Langing Pages How many unresolved issues each of them currently has How many issues you've already solved on each page How many keywords each landing page currently ranks for How much estimated organic traffic each page pulls in monthly Your potential for the page (Low-Moderate-High
My Health is shown as 0. What's going on? Can you not find any data for my website?
There are 4 reasons this might happen. Reasons #1 & #2 are the case for 99.9% of occurrences of this problem. This can happen: When you're opening / loading the Health Tool for your site for the very first time on this computer When your website is really big and/or your computer is on the slow end -- the platform takes a while to load all the information You have just registered and haven't waited long enough for the Health Tool to crawl your website Another (once again, very ve
Yes, where applicable and required, we automatically give you JS rendering.
Why is the spaceman looking for my Website Health Data? How long will this take?
Once you added your domain(s) it will take between 2 and 24 hours for our crawler to fetch your data.
Can I set up automatic / delayed / timed crawling schedule for the Health Tool?
While as of February 2020 this is not possible, it is one of the things we've planned for our recent future releases since there have been several requests. To see our full list of upcoming updates, visit our public roadmap here.
Can I see a report of the Health Tool and the problems on my site?
Yes, definitely. There are two ways you can do that. You can either use: The automatic weekly emails which you can configure under Settings --> Email Reports or The new Reports Tool by either creating a one-time or recurring Health reports. You can enter the Reports Tool by navigating to it through the top menu bar in the tool.
Can I see redirected or dead pages in the Health Tool?
All your Redirects, Dead or De-indexed pages will appear in the Graveyard feature under the Health Tool. Once a page has been indexed, it appears under the Health Tool. However, with the release of the Graveyard feature, all those problematic pages will automatically disappear from the list of live pages in the Health Tool and get added to the Graveyard. In a future update, once Activities and Notifications becomes live, we will also notify you of those changes as they happen. Currently (Feb 20
How long do you keep the Health Tool audit data for?
Forever. We store that data in our logs so that we can all access it at any time needed.
How many website audits do I have per month?
The maximum number of times you can globally crawl your whole website is 10 per month for each website. However, you also have 1000 landing page crawl credits for each website per month.
Can I see the page / response speed for different landing pages?
As of Feburary 2020, you cannot see that. However, this is one of the features we've planned for future updates of the tool. You can always refer to our public roadmap here to see exactly what we're working on and when your favorite feature is going to be released.
I fixed some problems on my website but the Health Tool doesn't show the update?
In most of the cases, the reason is that you haven't updated the Health tool. If you've fixed many problems accross your whole website, you can update the site globally at once. Here's how to do that: If you've updated only certain pages, or don't want to wait for the whole website to be updated (or have ran out of credits) you can update each individual page. Here's how you can do that: !(