We've recently added a new 'Statistics' report to the Site Audit tool. With its help, users can now see crawl-depth and semantic-markups statistics for all crawled pages.
Please note: Before using the new report, we highly recommend that you rerun the Site Audit tool for your project in case your last update occured more than a week ago.
To access the new Statistics report, simply click on the corresponding tab in the interface, as shown in the picture below:
Currently, this new report displays two types of statistics collected for all crawled pages — Pages Markup and Pages Crawl Depth.
Pages Markup (Fig. 1)
In this section you can view a percentage breakdown of all semantic markups used on the crawled webpages. As of our last update, the Site Audit tool supports the following markups:
You can learn more about Site Audit's markup data feature from one of our news articles.
Pages Crawl Depth (Fig. 2)
This section offers visualized data on how 'deep' the crawled pages are located within the analyzed domain. The deeper a page is, the less likely it is to be indexed by search engines. Ideally, if you want your pages to rank high in SERPs, they should be no further than two clicks away from your website's homepage.
We hope you like the new Statistics report. We plan on adding additional functionality to it very soon, so please let us know what other stats you would like to see next by dropping us a line at [email protected]. We appreciate your help!