Monitor 100+ potential changes that affect SEO. Add custom elements for you or your competitors' pages. Set different groups of pages to be monitored daily or hourly for complete flexibility.
Easily compare changes in chronological order, detect widespread changes by viewing groups of the same changes across all pages, and see a comparison of parsed content.
Set up personalized alerts based on the severity of changes and add custom elements to track in addition to over 100 preset SEO factors. Receive alerts and detect archival changes for the entire HTML, JS, CSS, and more.
Within most organizations, many people make changes to the company website — developers, UX teams, product and merchandising managers, digital marketers, etc. In addition to changes in search results and algorithm updates, these internal changes can negatively impact SEO.
Guess what? No one is notifying the SEO team! Yet, when big declines in search volume, website rankings, traffic, or other performance metrics occur, you are the one left to figure out what changed and when.
That's why you need an SEO tool designed to monitor page changes as they happen.
Leveraging our global scale crawling infrastructure, we developed an enterprise-level webpage change monitoring tool to crawl and alert SEO teams of critical changes right when they happen.
With this critical information, you can proactively investigate and react before the changes negatively impact traffic, revenue, or rankings.
Specify custom elements to track on any page or group of pages. Our SEO page monitoring tool provides limitless opportunities to monitor ANYTHING that is unique to your site.
Configure alerts to trigger based on specific types of changes, page group types, and the severity of the issue (Low, Medium, High, to Critical).
Determine if technical issues impact the content on your pages or create inconsistency in how pages render which could cause users to bounce back to the SERPs.
Preserve a copy of your entire page for validation and easily compare the versions to see what has changed.
Use our SEO tool to monitor visible content AND track specific tags that go missing — from Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and other tracking tags that you expect to be on your pages.