Website Analysis Plugin brings you the power of a Content Marketing Analyst into your WordPress website.
It’s like having an intern for content marketing.
You’ll get to see the pulse of your 20 latest blog posts and pages and find out how well they performed on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIN, Reddit, StumbleUpon and Pinterest.
Your website analysis will also include two amazing sections related to the SEO analysis of each and every single page.
The idea is that you keep investing your time into creating amazing content for your website. Analysis will help you see how well that investment works our for you. Website Analysis Plugin is completely free. You always get to see the latest 20 posts and pages you publish.
You can select to visualize 3 social media aspects and 3 SEO aspects. You can always change them later on from the Settings part, which is one of the most exciting parts of the Website Analysis Plugin.
Website Analysis Plugin helps you understand loading time, Open Graph status, Twitter Cards status, Gzip, Duplicate META and Duplicate content problems. It helps you analyze your website for keywords, see if the website is SEO friendly, understand blogging patterns, learn about your MOZ Authority on the Web.
It does a SEO Analysis of your website every single week to determine how well you use your portfolio of keywords across your pages, to see if they are present in descriptions, on the pages, in the titles, etc.
Website Analysis also comes with much documentation of what every single item means, so that you can start learning more about the process of website analysis yourself and only choose to display those metrics which are relevant for your content marketing strategy.
Facebook, Google Plus and LinkedIN shares depend a lot on your Open Graphs. People usually face one out of two major problems when it comes to Open Graph:
There is no Open Graph meta information available on the blog post
There is a duplicate entry of the Open Graph meta which will affect Facebook, Google Plus and LinkedIN sharing.
Your website analysis should really have Facebook, Google Plus and LinkedIN in mind, but it doesn’t stop here. Twitter cards are very important for your blog as well, and you might be facing some problems that you don’t even know about.
Why spend your time with the Quality Assurance of each and every single blog post, when you have this Website Analysis Plugin to handle everything itself… for Free.
Try it. See if you love it.
The information gathering part takes place off-site, so your WordPress website is completely secure and you will not experience crashes.
This plugin is built with much Love by the Squirrly Company, the creators of Squirrly SEO, ContentLook and Starbox – the Author Box for Humans.