Site Architecture Visualizations for Digital Audits
How do you know if you have a problem with your website's site architecture?Analyze it, of course. And how do you do that? Visualize it.
SEO tool Link-Assistant has just released a new visualization feature for its WebSite Auditor offering to help users get an in-depth look at their entire web presence so they can identify the areas for improvement such as orphaned pages, isolated sections, redirects, broken links and more. Adding a visual capability could prove to be a great addition to engagng in site audit for themselves or their clients.
Users can click on any node on the visual graph to highlight all its edges, and get a full list of links to and from a page. Additionally, it is possible to use filters to build separate visualizations for specific pages and directories, or adjust the number of pages the visualization includes.
“Site audits are often tough to interpret and, especially, explain to clients. That's why we came up with a visual tool to help SEOs visualize their websites instead of going through infinite spreadsheets. I mean, instead of a multi-page report it is now possible to show just one image – and everything is clear and calls to action,”- says Aleh Barysevich, Founder and CMO, Link-Assistant.Com.
Visualize Site Architecture
Link-Assistant's new feature can also be used to visualize any site by internal PageRank in order to understand how the site’s internal links are indexed to further improve the ranking potential flow to the most important pages.