SE Ranking, an all-in-one SEO software, launches a new On-page SEO Checker—the tool designed to show how your page measures against competitors and help you outrank them.
The tool will be of use to website owners, marketers, SEO specialist—basically, to anyone willing to aid their website pages perform better in organic search. With the help of the tool, you can optimize any page, be it a blog post, a product page on an e-commerce site or a landing page. Moreover, the analyzed website can belong to any niche. Thanks to the state-of-the-art algorithms, the SE Ranking’s On-page SEO Checker gives recommendations specific to the analyzed industry.
“For months, our team has been working on this ground-breaking tool. We managed to create an AI-powered solution that takes into account your website specific situation and gives recommendations not only based on certain SEO standards but also on the actual metrics the page’s direct competitors have.”—said Bogdan Babyak, CMO at SE Ranking.
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“For months, our team has been working on this ground-breaking tool. We managed to create an AI-powered solution that takes into account your website specific situation and gives recommendations not only based on certain SEO standards but also on the actual metrics the page’s direct competitors have.”
The tool offers:
- An issue report containing the page quality score, a list of its top competitors, and 94 metrics. Analyzed metrics include content and technical parameters as well as backlinks. All the checked metrics are categorized as errors, warnings, and notices and come with easy-to-follow tips. Most of them contain graphs demonstrating how your page measures against competitors.
- The competitor comparison module with the main competitor’s metrics. Here you’ll find keywords you could add to your page. This tool differentiates between primary and secondary content—you can see where every term was found: e.g. title, URL, product description, sidebar widget. You can also see how many times a particular term was mentioned on the page—this data will help you balance keyword density.
- The to-do list with all the issues and suggestions from the report arranged by their importance. You can customize this list by changing priority, removing tasks, and adding new ones.
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