SEO Web Audit
Link-by-link crawling from the homepage to the deepest pages
Pages specified in XML Sitemap file
Your own list of URLs to analyze
The site audit can scan subdomains within a single audit
The audit tool can even reach closed domains
Make sure your canonical and hreflang tags are set up correctly, check redirect settings, and find duplicate pages. On top of that, analyze pages with 3xx, 4xx and 5xx status codes, as well as those blocked by robots.txt or marked with the noindex tag.
Find pages with missing or duplicate meta tags. Configuring the optimal title and description tag length will ultimately allow you to identify tags that are too long or too short.
Check how quickly a website loads up on mobile devices and Internet browsers and, if it’s taking too long, get Google recommendations on how to optimize it.
Scan every image on a website and see if any are missing an alt tag or have the 404 error. Plus, find out if any images are too large and, as a result, slow down the site’s loading speed.
Find out how many internal links there are on a website, their source and destination pages, as well as whether or not they contain the nofollow tag. Knowing how internal links are spread out across the site will help you improve it.