Find out how crawler-friendly your website is

Discover exactly what search engines will come across when they crawl your website, and even what they won’t find.

Check your crawl efficiency

Crawling and indexing is the very foundation of search engine optimization. If a site is difficult to crawl, it will probably struggle to gain traction in organic search. Sitebulb’s Crawl Report enables you to develop an appreciation of how efficiently your site can be crawled, and what type of data the crawler will find.

Find issues with redirects or external links

Sitebulb will crawl everything it discovers, so if you have lots of internal redirects or broken external links, it will find them. Fixing these sorts of issues improves crawlability AND user experience, so it's win-win.

Redirects external links

Detect bottlenecks or issues in the crawl

How Sitebulb crawls your website is a representation of how a search engine might crawl your website, so it can be used to detect and troubleshoot crawl issues. Sitebulb maps status codes against crawl depth, which acts both as a representation of the site architecture, and a snapshot of your crawl efficiency.

URL types by depth

Export uncrawled URLs

Sometimes, you can get more insight from looking at the URLs you didn’t crawl, than the ones you did. You may need to check pages blocked by robots.txt or nofollow links, or you may have implemented a crawl limit to create a sample audit – either way, Sitebulb makes it easy to access this data so you can investigate further.

Uncrawled URLs 

Explore even more with Crawl Maps

Your website’s Crawl Map is an interactive visualization of how Sitebulb’s crawler navigated the site, revealing the underlying architecture which governed the crawl.

Learn more about Crawl Maps.

Crawl Map Example

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