The Acrolinx SEO Report contains detailed information to help you optimize your content for better findability.
SEO reports are stored in the following directory: <INSTALL_DIR>\components\seo\db\json\seofindings
You can open the SEO report from the link in the Acrolinx Scorecard. The SEO report contains the following elements:
The Report Header
The header of the Acrolinx SEO Report displays general information about the checked document.
- The overall number of warnings that Acrolinx generated for the checked document.
- A word cloud with important keywords that were detected in the document. Keywords with a higher keyword weight (the significance of the keyword in a page) are displayed with a larger font size. Acrolinx displays both assigned and discovered keywords in this list.
- A document summary that includes the file name of the checked document, the check start time and the number of SEO warnings.
The Keywords Page
The Keywords page displays detailed information about the keywords in the checked document. The information is split into the list of Assigned Keywords that were manually assigned for the check and the list of Discovered Keywords that Acrolinx automatically identified as potential keywords.
A list of the manually assigned keywords with detailed information about each keyword. For each keyword, the following information is displayed:
|Keyword||The keyword. You can click the keyword to display the Keyword Details with detailed information about how well the keyword is optimized in the document.|
|Length||The number of words in the keyword.|
|Priority||The priority that you gave the keyword when you assigned the keyword in the plug-in. The priority is especially important if the keyword is used in elements with limited space, for example the title tag.|
|Frequency||The number of times the keyword appears in the checked document.|
|Density %||The percentage of times a keyword or phrase appears in a document compared to the total number of words on the page. In the context of search engine optimization, keyword density can be used as a factor in determining whether a web page is relevant to a specified keyword or keyword phrase. If the density exceeds the threshold defined in the density target, a warning is displayed.|
|Density Target %||The acceptable keyword density range for the selected keyword in the document. This target is defined when the Acrolinx team configures your linguistic resources. Acrolinx can customize this value to your individual requirements. Custom density targets are helpful if customers require different densities for different keyword priorities.|
|Prominence||A measure of the location of a keyword in the document. The closer a keyword is to the beginning of the document or an element, the higher the prominence rating is. This means that the most important keywords should be placed at the beginning of the content.|
|Warnings||The number of keyword-specific warnings for the keyword. Clicking this button opens a new window with further information and improvement suggestions for each warning.|
|Appears in||A list of all the elements in the document the keyword appears in.|
A list of the automatically Discovered Keywords with detailed information about each keyword. Except for the Priority and the Density Target % , the same information as for the assigned keywords is displayed for the discovered keywords.
- The keyword table with the default information about Length , Priority , Frequency , Density % , Density Target % , Prominence , and Warnings .
A Checklist with detailed information about the SEO results for the keyword. The checklist contains a section for each page element that is important for SEO. Icons indicate whether the keyword has been optimized correctly in the relevant element. Warnings and suggestions help you improve the optimization the keyword in specific contexts. For every warning, you can open a detailed description with more information about the warning, the importance of this warning in the context of SEO, and suggestions on how to correct the issue. The checklist displays information about the following elements:
Context Description Title A summary how well the keyword is optimized in the title tag. Meta Description A summary how well the keyword is optimized in the meta-description tag. Meta Keywords A summary how well the keyword is optimized in the meta-keywords tag. Headers A summary how well the keyword is optimized in the various header tags. Images A summary how well the keyword is optimized in images elements and the various attributes of image elements. Other Elements The keyword use in other elements.
The Document Page
The Document page contains detailed information about the SEO optimization of the checked document.
The Document page provides an analysis of the elements in the document. Like the keyword page, the Document page provides you with a checklist of SEO criteria and information about how well the document has met those criteria. Icons indicate whether the element fulfills the SEO criteria. Warnings and suggestions help you optimize each element.
Compared to the keyword details page, the document details page displays the results of an SEO analysis of the entire page instead of individual keywords.