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Sitechecker Review: Features, Testimonials, Pricing, Coupon

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Ranking at the top of the search results is something every website, blog, brand and business talks about. However, with only a few spots available on that elusive first page of Google for any keyword, it’s a whole world of competition out there fighting for the same thing.

This means, if you want to successfully rank higher in the search results, there is more than just content creation and link building tasks at hand. SEO is something that needs to be monitored, improved and in action every single day of the week.

In order for all of this to come together, site owners and brands must have a reliable SEO and keyword research and monitoring tool.

Today we are going to be taking a look at the Sitechecker keyword tracking and monitoring solution, while also highlighting it’s many features and tools, while also showcasing why it might be the ideal solution for your site.

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Introducing Sitechecker Pro

Sitechecker is an all-in-one solution that allows site owners and brands to properly track and optimize the performance of their search rankings. In addition to providing users with a plethora of SEO rankings and reports, the solution also provides On-Page SEO checkers, Website SEO reports, SEO monitoring and more.

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Right off the bat, I personally always like to look at the different rankings for so-called ‘SEO tools and solutions’ to see if they can actually rank for what they are preaching or promise to offer.

If an SaaS can’t rank for the most competitive terms out there (which they are competing for), what good are they?

After quick analysis, I was happy to see Sitechecker ranking on page one for keywords like “website checker”, “seo check”, “analyse seo”, “seo backlinks” and more.

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Now that we’ve gotten that quick intro analysis out of the way, let’s take a look at some of the tools, features and reporting that Sitechecker has to offer.

Creating an Account and Your First Site Project

First thing first, you can sign up for a free account at https://sitechecker.pro/.

Right when you join the site, it’s an extremely simple and speedy process to get your websites and accounts set up for reporting and monitoring.

The first steps in this process is to add your site domain name, select your site audit and monitoring settings, adding Google Analytics/Search Console integrations, setting your Rank Tracker updates and reporting, and adding in your requested keywords and search phrases for tracking.

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After this is done, the system will take 10-15 minutes to scan through your site and have your first keyword rankings report available. While this is going on, you will also see an active progress report for your site, what’s being scanned and what problem areas have already been targeted.

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On the left-hand site of the members area, you will see a navigation bar to access each of your site projects, the main dashboard area, site audit reports, rank track tools and more.

Once the initial report is completed, Sitechecker will provide you with a full site audit, while highlighting the different areas of your site that could use some improvement.

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By clicking on any of the sections on this report, it will provide you with a resource on how to address and fix each of the issues. An ideal score for your site is in the 80-90+ range, so be sure to fix any critical issues first, and then make your way through the warnings.

Sitechecker SEO and Keyword Rank Tracker Reports

As important as site reports and audits are, most users are going to be logging into Sitechecker daily to monitoring their keyword movement reports.

Using the keywords you initially added to your site during sign up (or that you can add at any time), the tool will provide you with easy to follow reports on where your site is currently ranking in the search results.

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Click on any of these keywords or search phrases, and it will immediately pop up a new screen that displays the top ranking for such keywords, and where your competitors are ranking. This chart will also show a movement on rankings in the graph area.

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The more time you spend analyzing your site and search rankings with the tools offered by Sitechecker, the more you will understand and benefit from the solution.

In addition to the main tools and features highlighted so far, Sitechecker also has On Page, Traffic and Rank checkers, while offering backlink and link strategy tools and recommendations as well.

And as seen in most of the screenshots, the option is also there to add the Sitechecker Google Chrome Extension, which makes reports, analysis and optimization even easier. This plug-in is currently being used by more than 30,000 users.

Online Sitechecker Testimonials and Reviews

As with any online solution or membership that you are going to invest your time and money in, it’s important to see what other sites and users of the platform have to say about it.

When running a search for Sitechecker in Google, we can see they have hundreds of positive reviews across sites like TrustPilot, Capterra, FinancesOnline, AccurateReviews, SoftwareAdvice and other reputable sites.

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You can also visit the Sitechecker Facebook Page and see plenty of testimonials and reviews on there as well.

Sitechecker Pricing Plans

As with all great tools and solutions on the internet, the best ones are going to come with a price tag. The good news is, with SaaS on the rise, costs for extremely advanced and costly solutions are now more affordable than ever before.

That is exactly what you will find with Sitechecker as well.

It’s free for anyone to visit the site and create an account. However, in order to start using all of the features and access keyword reporting, you will need to upgrade to one of the plans below.

  • Basic: $19/month – 3 websites – 150 keywords
  • Startup: $29/m – 5 websites – 500 keywords
  • Growing: $69/month – 10 websites – 1,000 keywords

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Depending on your site needs and budget, the Basic and Startup plans are the most popular, as they are quite affordable and allow you to add 3 to 5 sites to your account.

The option is also there to lower the monthly rates ever further, by signing up for a year in advance. This will result in a 20% savings.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Site with Sitechecker

As with all SEO, site audit and rank tracking tools, it’s important to find one that you are comfortable with, which is also easy to use. It’s also important to make sure it provides you with the necessary optimization, research and keyword analysis tools to continually make improvements to your site.

These are all key features and components that Sitechecker definitely already have in place.

With more than 30,000 paying customers on the site, it’s well worth your time to add your site and keyword rankings, to see what areas of improvement might be waiting for you.

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E-A-T: How Google Ranks Your Reputation

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I know, I know, I know. It’s been said so many times before on this blog that it’s almost becoming cliche. If you live by the Google, you’ll die by the Google. This is true, of course, because if you rely completely on the search engine to deliver traffic to your website, you’ll always be at the mercy of the algorithm. It could all disappear overnight. At the same time, it’s also undeniable that Google can be a tremendous source of traffic and you’d be foolish to overlook it.

When most people think about search engine optimization (SEO), their attention shifts to considerations like site structure, keyword density and backlinks. However, Google is placing an increasingly high amount of emphasis on reputation. Remember that we live in the reputation age now, so *who* said something is arguably even more important than *what* was said.

The so-called E-A-T algorithm features prominently in the evaluator guidelines distributed to Google’s Search Quality Rater team members. And it breaks down how Google wants these raters to perceive the reputation of content creators, which in turns has a dramatic impact on search rankings. You can have the best content on the web, but if you lack a strong E-A-T rating, your post probably won’t rank for your target keywords.

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Expertise

The “E” in E-A-T stands for expertise. In other words, Google is interested in how knowledgeable the content creator is on the subject matter being discussed. This is an important distinction. Just because you’re especially knowledgeable about Internet marketing, for example, doesn’t mean that you’ll be equally respected when you write about your favorite restaurants in Orange County. The E-A-T rating is especially crucial in what Google calls YMYL topics. That stands for Your Money or Your Life.

For example, the expertise of the author carries a particular amount of weight when the article covers a medical topic. Ideally, Google would like this person to have official medical training, like a nurse or a doctor. This person should have more expertise than some other random blogger. How they determine expertise varies between circumstances, of course. An established food blogger may be dubbed a suitable expert for a restaurant review, based on past writing and experience.

Authoritativeness

The “A” in E-A-T stands for authoritativeness. Or simply “authority,” if you prefer. This factor looks into whether the content creator is a recognized authority on the topic, as well as how credible the website is where the content is published. This taps into your social currency, for instance. This is yet another reason why it’s so important to establish yourself as a go-to expert in your niche or industry.

And this is yet another reason why it’s so important that your blog, generally speaking, provides bylines and even author boxes for every post that gets published. Recognized authorities, like The New York Times, will generally be given preferential treatment in the search rankings. If we use the example of the food blogger above, he or she may have a lot of expertise, but if there is little to no record of previous restaurant reviews, he or she can hardly be regarded as a respected authority in the field.

If that restaurant review gets published on some random blog, it may get overlooked. If that same review shows up on Eater, it has a better shot at getting ranked.

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Trustworthiness

And finally, the “T” in E-A-T stands for trustworthiness. Google raters look at how trustworthy is the website where the article is published, as well as the perceived trustworthiness of the author. This is part of the reason why getting an SSL certificate for your website is not only beneficial from a security standpoint, but also from an SEO perspective. If the website links to malicious files or potentially harmful websites, that will demote the perceived level of trust too.

For the author, they may look to public opinion as one source of whether the writer should be trusted. Maybe the writer has education and experience, and the site has a good authority rating, but this author has also been discredited by the online community in some way. If so, the article could be bumped further down the SERPs as a result.

Improve Your Google E-A-T Rating

As with everything else to do with Google and search engine optimization, managing your E-A-T rating is a bit of an inexact science, shrouded in mystery and confusion. Even so, there are several tips and tactics you can employ to improve your E-A-T score (even if you never actually see it). Search Engine Journal has a list of several such strategies.

Do you pay attention to your online reputation? How carefully do you monitor social mentions? How well are you portraying your expertise and authoritativeness on your blog?

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