We know that a technical SEO tool is a great addition to any marketer's toolbox. It lets you prospect for new customers, identify issues to fix, and keep track of on-site SEO implementation.
A while back, we launched a "Standalone" version of Site Auditor to provide an improved experience of our original tool, but we realized that having two tools got a little confusing.
Re-Introducing The Site Auditor Studio!
We've been hard at work to make Site Auditor Studio available to all of our current Raven Tools users, in addition to our current Site Auditor tool. It took some extra time because we had two very different site crawling programs running and had to create a way to essentially replace the engine while the car is moving.
It was important to us to include this feature to all our existing customers with no additional charge.
Why Should I Use Site Auditor Studio: Improved Site Auditing Features
- Live Error Reporting - Get insights while we crawl
- Our new Shared Reports displays a optimization score, and detailed lists of URLs & errors instead of just the # of errors
- Our Shared Reports work on mobile, tablet and desktop. For example: https://auditor.raventools.com/#/s/11tq17yxf
- You can use the audit as a "To Do List" and mark errors as fixed instead of waiting for a new crawl
- Control crawl depth and excluded paths
Planned feature: Export Site Auditor results as a presentation
Planned feature: Enable completely custom audit items so you can add your own verbiage/advice into the report
Planned feature: Allow custom web-hooks and criteria to determine your own custom error checks
Learn more about how to use Site Auditor Studio in our announcement blog post.
How Do I Get Site Auditor Studio In My Account?
If you're a current Raven customer, you have a choice: switch over to the new Site Auditor Studio or keep using the platform version. If you love our existing Site Auditor tool, you can continue using that tool without any changes.
If you do want to give Site Auditor Studio a chance, switching over is easy: once you navigate to the Site Auditor tool, you’ll be given the option to switch either a single domain or your entire account to the new crawling engine.
If you do switch, you won’t have access to previous crawls unless you switch back to the Classic version. You can switch back at any time, so don't be afraid to try it out.