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Top Analyzer overview

If you want to spend less time on analyzing of SERP data and collecting information about websites that are in TOP 10 of any search engine, then Top Analyzer is what you need. It provides you with data that any SEO needs to conduct efficient analysis and use its results for building a successful strategy.

It is very easy to work with this product. Let’s take a look at its interface.

To get data of TOP 10 websites in a search engine you are interested in, you should pick a search engine and a keyword. Both of the parameters can be added at the Rank Tracker > Setting section. Also you can add a custom page to compare results with rankings it has in a specified search engine for a selected keyword.

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After you specify all the parameters you need, the table below will be updated according to them. There you will find:

 

Positions - a current position of a website and its weekly trend.

Link - an exact URL of a ranked page.

Title - meta tag <title> of a ranked page.

Snippet in SERP - a ranked page snippet in SERP.

Title length - number of characters in a ranked page meta tag <title>.

H1 count - number of H1 tags on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to check what they are.

Words count - an amount of words that are on a ranked page.

Backlinks to domain - an amount of backlinks to a ranked page domain.

Backlinks to page - an amount of backlinks to a ranked page.

SSL used - presence or absence of SSL certificate on a website that is in the TOP 10.

 

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Also, a lot of additional parameters are hidden in the Column chooser. To see the data you only have to drag and drop any parameter’s header to the table. In a few seconds, the table will be sorted according to a new parameter.

 

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There you can find such information:

 

Title in SERP - how a ranked page title is shown in SERP.

Meta description - a content of meta description tag.

Meta description length - number of characters in meta description tag of a ranked page.

H2 count - number of H2 tags on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to see all H2 tags.

H3 count - number of H3 tags on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to see all H3 tags.

Response code - a response code of a ranked page.

Flash test - presence or absence of flash elements on a ranked page.

Frameset test - presence or absence of iframe elements on a ranked page.

Deprecated tags - presence or absence of deprecated tags on a ranked page.

Canonical - a content of meta tag canonical.

Inlinks - number of internal links on a ranked page.

Outlinks - number of external links from a ranked page.

Images - a number of images on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to see the details.

Images without alt - a number of images with empty or missing alt tag on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to see the details.

Images without title - a number of images with empty or missing title tag on a ranked page. Click the loupe icon to see the details.

Page size - size of a loaded page in bytes.

Plaintext size - size of clear text on a ranked page.

Plaintext rate - a plaintext size to page size ratio.

Load time - full-page load time in milliseconds.

Readability index - a text readability index displays the value by Flesch algorithm.

Canonical page - shows if a ranked page is a canonical one.

Have encoding meta tag - presence or absence of encoding meta tag on a ranked page.

Have doctype - presence or absence of doctype on a ranked page.

Have lorem ipsum - presence or absence of lorem ipsum text on a ranked page.

WWW used - presence or absence of www in a URL of a ranked page.

Waiting time - a time spent waiting for the initial response, also known as the Time To First Byte.

Relevance of meta keywords - shows if a content of meta Keywords tag is relevant to a page's content.

Relevance of description - shows if a content of meta description tag is relevant to a page's content.

Meta keywords - a content of meta keywords tag on a ranked page.

Duplicate meta tags - presence or absence of duplicate meta tags on a ranked page

Duplicate title tags - presence or absence of duplicate title tags on a ranked page.

SEO-friendly URL - shows if a page URL is SEO-friendly. The SEO-friendliness is checked by four parameters.

Length of relative path is less than 120 symbols It checks the relative path of URL. The length of up to 120 characters is recommended by search engines.
No special characters It checks if URL has any special characters. Admissible chars are a-z (lower- and uppercase), 0-9.
No dynamic parameters It checks if URL has any dynamic parameters.
Relevance of URL to the page It checks if URL is relevant to meta keywords or title (less than 20% of words from URL are present in meta keywords or title).

Relevance of title - shows if a meta tag <title> is relevant to a ranked page's content.

Content encoding - a type of a ranked page compression.

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