Site Audit by Ahrefs is a cloud-based crawler that will scan your entire website (no matter how large it is) and report everything that is wrong with it from an SEO perspective. User-friendly UI and a variety of visual reports will help you make sense of the data and present it to your clients.
Integrated solution with the power to combine technical SEO with offpage SEOCons:
Hard learning curve
Ahrefs has been showing more than one time why it is a better solution than Semrush and here it does that again. Really happy to see tools trying to become an All-in-One SEO system. I am sure the capabilities of this tool are enormous so I would love to see some of your awesome blogposts (with the fancy header images) that teach some more indepth logics behind the tool for those of us that aren't knee-deep into tech SEO.Christoph Schachner has used this product for one week.
Botify for a fraction of cost. Actionable insights.Cons:
Results representation is a work in progress
We used to use Botify when it costed $50/mo, it was fun. Ahrefs pretty much reminds that, and it came free with our current subscription.
We've tested our recent release (we've rewritten the whole Icons8 in Vue.js recently).
Promptly, we've found:
1. Broken ahreflang
2. Missing alt texts
3. Non-matching canonicals.
Meantime, I've got questions:
1. While Google crawler shows average _download_ time <200 ms, Ahrefs Audit failed to receive any of the _first bytes_ under 200 ms. How would you guys explain it?
2. It has some charts, but usually everything falls into a single category. We've got some monochromatic donut charts, and a monochromatic treemap mostly consisting of equal tiles.
3. Some things should be clarified. Do exceptions expect regular expressions or substrings? What are compliant pages?Ivan has used this product for one day.