Within the onpage analysis, BAVOKO SEO Tools provides you with comprehensive information in the WordPress backend that you can use to evaluate and optimize all contentual, structural and technical aspects of a professional search engine optimization. With BAVOKO SEO Tools Free you already have access to various views for the analysis of all important aspects, such as meta titles, descriptions, headings, keyword density and more, which are prepared for you in clear charts and tables.
With the external crawl through the BAVOKO Cloud Server not only all pages are crawled for PRO customers, but at the same time even more detailed information for the content onpage analysis, as well as additional data for the structural and technical SEO audit is collected and sent back to your WordPress installation.
Table of Contents
- 1 Onpage Audits
- 2 Onpage Analysis Tool in WordPress – The Difference Between Free and PRO
- 3 Efficient Workflow for Onpage Analysis and Optimization
- 4 Onpage SEO Audit Tool – Detailed Analysis in WordPress Backend
Within the backend, BAVOKO SEO Tools provides you with a large number of different views for detailed SEO audits of your website. The following onpage SEO audits are available in the plugin under the “Onpage” tab:
Within the onpage overview the most important key data of your SEO audits are clearly displayed in different representations.
Take a look at the development graph your pages’ content score, and find the problematic pages in individually expandable lists without any effort. Clicking on the displayed problems opens a popup list with all affected pages, which you can edit directly from here using the Content Optimizer.
Below, you will also find a table of your pages with the lowest content score.
The Content Score in BAVOKO SEO Tools
The percentage of the Content Score within the various SEO audits of the BAVOKO SEO Tools onpage analysis indicates, to which extent the respective pages have already been optimized.
You achieve a maximum content score for your pages by implementing all optimization suggestions that our WordPress plugin gives you in the Content Optimizer and in the Onpage Overview.
The different colored status bars in “Titles” show you at a glance, how many meta titles of your pages are “too short”, “too long” or even “not set”. With a simple click on the respective bar, the table is filtered accordingly. The tabular display of the pages can be filtered according to various criteria by using the sliders.
In the tab “Duplicates” you can also find out, whether you are using the same title on different pages and can intervene directly with the Content Optimizer.
Similar to the meta titles, you can use the descriptive charts and tables to easily identify descriptions that are too short, too long or even not set, during the auditing of your SEO descriptions, as well as detect duplicate contents in the “Duplicates” tab and optimize them in the same by using the Content Optimizer.
By the way: Depending on what you are analyzing, the Content Optimizer always opens up within the right tab . In the meta descriptions Analysis, clicking on the CO icon takes you directly to the metas tab in the Content Optimizer.
To find out more about meta tags in BAVOKO SEO Tools you can click here: Adding and optimizing Meta Tags
In the “Permalinks” tab within the onpage SEO audits of BAVOKO SEO Tools, you can audit the length of your URLs using easy-to-understand diagrams and improve them if necessary.
By clicking on the “Too long” bar segment, the table is automatically filtered accordingly, so that you can find permalinks that are too long at a glance and shorten them directly with the Content Optimizer.
In the PRO version, you can also find out how well your pages are linked internally and optimize them with just a few clicks within the same view using the Content Optimizer in the “Internal Links” tab.
The tab “Headings” shows you, how many of the respective heading types (h1, h2, h3,…) are set on all your pages, as shown by the bars in the chart.
The bars represent all of your texts and are divided into sections, which show the number of headings from “None” in Red to “more than 5” in Green.
With a mouse click on one of the bar segments, the table is automatically filtered accordingly so that you can identify problem pages in no time and improve them with the Content Optimizer.
In the tab “Content Length” BAVOKO SEO Tools allows you a clear analysis of your content, depending on its length in words.
The clear bar chart under “Content Length” helps you to keep an eye on the distribution of content on your pages. The clickable bars show the total number of pages within the respective word range and automatically sort the table according to the respective criteria when clicked on.
BAVOKO SEO Tools allows you to perform in-depth analysis of your most important keywords within the onpage analysis under “Keywords”. Here we offer three different views for the analysis of SEO keywords:
By Pages: The diagram shows you at a glance on how many of your pages you have already defined SEO keywords (“set”) and where they are still missing (“not set”). In the table below you will find the corresponding SEO keywords next to the pages, if these have already been set in the Content Optimizer.
By Keywords: In the “Keywords” tab you will find a chart describing the keyword density of the individual SEO keywords on your pages as well as a table with all your keywords, which you can filter and re-sort according to keyword density and priority.
Duplicates: The tab “Duplicates” shows you, how often a certain keyword has been set as SEO keyword on different pages. The table in the lower area contains all keywords of your website and gives you information on which pages the respective search term was defined as SEO keyword.
In this article, you can find out how to work with keywords in your backend with BAVOKO SEO Tools: Finding, Adding and Analyzing SEO Keywords in WordPress.
The “Indexability” tab shows you at a glance, how many of your pages are indexable (index – e.g. status code 200), how many are unavailable for our BAVOKO crawler (unreachable – e.g. status code 404) and how many of your pages are set to noindex.
By clicking on the respective bar in the diagram, you can re-sort the table and thus filter even faster for pages that cannot be reached.
In the second tab “Status Codes” under Indexability you can analyze your pages within a chart in more detail according to status codes and solve the problem more specifically.
Under this menu item BAVOKO SEO Tools provides you a clear representation of your site’s canonicals. From here you can also reach the “Canonical Settings” with one click and can audit the distribution of the used Canonical types of your pages directly from the bar chart.
Here, too, a mouse click on one of the bars in the diagram sorts the table accordingly, making it much easier for you to avoid any duplicate content penalties.
Among the onpage SEO audits of BAVOKO SEO Tools you will also find a simple way to optimize your Facebook and Twitter snippets. Here you can see directly which of your posts already have optimized social snippets, or where they may be too long, too short or not yet set.
Onpage Analysis Tool in WordPress –
The Difference Between Free and PRO
Even in the free version of BAVOKO SEO Tools you already have the possibility to carry out a complete onpage SEO audit for all content related onpage aspects and to edit the single pages directly during the onpage audit.
For PRO users, the technical and structural area of SEO audits is added to our WordPress plugin, with which we do also significantly expand your onpage reportings and provide a precise view of other important aspects of search engine optimization. In BAVOKO SEO Tools PRO you can precisely analyze the indexability of your pages, the internal link structure, scripts, media elements and much more and edit them afterwards with the Content Optimizer.
Since the external crawler in BAVOKO SEO Tools PRO retrieves your website like Google and follows all links, you not only receive the complete data for all your pages, but can also analyze them in much more detail during the onpage SEO audits than in the free version.
Efficient Workflow for Onpage Analysis and Optimization
Especially in conjunction with our Content Optimizer, onpage analysis audits are an extremely powerful analysis for the search engine optimization of your pages.
For example, if you want to bring the too short titles of your website to an optimal length, you can easily sort the listed pages according to this aspect in the onpage analysis.
- To do this, go to “Onpage Analysis” > “Titles” in the “Onpage” area and click on the “Too Short” bar. All pages whose titles are too short will be displayed.
- Open the Content Optimizer popup window for the required page by clicking on the CO icon. You will find additional filter options under “FILTER”.
- Since the Content Optimizer will open directly in the “Metas & Snippets” tab, individual changes to the meta title can now be made and saved in no time – without you having to leave the page.
- Then close the Content Optimizer and open it for the next page you want to optimize.
Onpage SEO Audit Tool –
Detailed Analysis in WordPress Backend
BAVOKO SEO Tools provides you with comprehensive onpage SEO audits to enable you to examine your site comprehensively and in all relevant detail. Already in the free version you are provided with all necessary data for the content onpage analysis.