You can use Ubersuggest’s site audit without creating a project, to gain insights into a website's on-page SEO score. To run an Audit analysis on any website, follow these steps:
1. Go to the Site Audit tool:
2. Click on the Pencil icon and enter a custom website address:
3. Enter your custom website address and click on the arrow or hit Return [enter] to run an audit:
4. If you would like to run an audit for the home page URL, check the “Audit homepage” option.
5. Your Site Audit report for a custom website address is ready:
Crawling is useful for identifying problems with your website, such as duplicate content, low word count, unlinked pagination pages, and excess redirects. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the “Site Speed”
You can check the Site Speed for Desktop and Mobile.
Next to the Last crawl date, you will see the Recrawl Site button to update the site and get the most recent analysis. Underneath you will see the On-Page score, Monthly Traffic, Organic Keywords, and Backlinks numbers.
In the Pages Discovered box, you can see the total number of pages and the exact number of each status.
If you want to check in detail which pages are redirected, broken, blocked, or successfully crawled just need to click on the ¨See All Pages¨ option and will be redirected to the following page:
It will show you the specific page URL and the status.
On the second box for SEO Issues Discovered will show the list of all the issues found.
Click on the option ¨See All SEO Issues¨ for more details.
You will see the difficulty level of working on that issue and the SEO Impact of leaving this issue there.
Once again, for more details, click on the ¨View Details¨
You can also filter the issues by Critical errors, Warnings, and Recommendations.
The Error Listed Doesn't Exist. Is This a False Positive?
If the Site Audit is presenting an error in your site that isn’t there, it is likely that you are seeing a false positive. False positives do happen from time to time and each time. For us to continuously improve Ubersuggest PRO, understanding when false positives do happen is extremely important. It’s a great way for us to understand exceptions and refine our algorithms to stop showing false positives.
If you are seeing a false positive, we need to know what the problem is that you are facing.
So we can get to the bottom of this issue and make improvements where necessary, send us a message answering the following questions:
- What is the website URL you were analyzing in the Site Audit?
- What is the issue shown as a false positive?
- Please provide details that you consider necessary to better identify the issue.
With more information, our team can come up with a solution.
Any concerns about your Audit report? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.