A tough and challenging task in terms of managing time and resources is to analyze the results of SEO that result from the modifications you make. It doesn’t matter if it’s the employees, the management team, or customers who wish to observe the results or if you’re interested in determining if you’ve implemented your SEO strategy has brought about positive outcomes is one of the most challenging tasks, and often it is forgotten about.

At SEOcrawl, we consider it to be an ESSENTIAL job since we must know if our efforts are producing positive results or not. That’s why we’ve cut down the time needed to complete this task from about 1 hour to just a minute. Doesn’t that sound great? Please find out more information about it in the following article!

What exactly are SEO results? SEO results encompass the modifications (positive or negative) that occur following the changes we have made on our website. Knowing which changes brought about improvement will determine the outcome of our efforts and the future direction of our projects.

Version 1.0

As you are aware, SEO crawl has always had the option of adding annotations to the performance graphs to indicate when changes were made. This gives a visual representation of Google updates and the customized modifications you’ve implemented.

The first step in making SEOcrawl more visually appealing was just the beginning. We’ve been working long and are thrilled to announce our new version, 2.0. It’s a sophisticated, automated version that we refer to as a revolution in SEO data measurement.’

Version 2.0

In Version 2.0, we’ve introduced the concept of results traceability. As of now, you do not need to search for URLs or keywords, as when an annotation is added, the system will ask us to identify which area of the site is affected.

How do you make it work? It’s easy!

From any area of SEOcrawl, select “Add annotation.”

Make the change known with a title (new SEO title, migration internal link improvements, and so on.)

Please indicate which part of the website was affected:

  • Global changes (site-wide)
  • One URL (one page)
  • Pattern (a set of URLs)
  • Choose the date

Save, And that’s about saving!

The most appealing aspect of this method is that, instead of reflecting the changes in the graph. Overall, SEOcrawl automatically creates a customized SEO analysis of your implemented changes.

This is an instance of the team’s changes to their “SEO visibility page. The graph illustrates the effect the change has been able to have on every metric visually.

However, this isn’t all! Below the graph, you will find an infographic showing the effects 7-30 and 60 days before and after the changes.

You’re probably thinking, “It’s great, but how do I utilize this system for my project(s)? In answer to that issue? We’ve put together several case studies that you’ll find extremely helpful.

SEO Examples and Case Studies

One of the most impressive features of this program is its flexibility. In the beginning, it not only analyzes your annotations, but it can also run an automated analysis of the effect from Google Updates.

Google Core Update

Our system detects the updates and generates an annotation using the customized report.

SEO Title Changes

The most well-known and beneficial adjustments that can be applied to improve the position of keywords in search results and CTR is to make changes to SEO titles, including keywords, altering the order, etc. Instead of implementing these changes and then hoping for improvement and then hoping for progress, SEOcrawl gives you all the information available to you:

  • CTR improvement
  • The position of keywords changes
  • Impacts and changes in visibility

All you need to do is make the change and then add it to an annotation, including the URL you changed to make it more user-friendly.

Internal Linking Improvements

Have you added one of your main pages to the menu or enhanced the internal linkage? Great! Include the annotation informing the user of the URL you’ve changed, and you’ll be able to discover if the change has resulted in outcomes. This modification can be applied to an individual URL or a group of URLs.

Here are a few examples. However, as you’ll realize, there are endless possibilities!


If you use another task-management system or task scheduler, you only need to create an annotation to SEOcrawl each time you finish the task. But, if you’re using the SEO crawl SEO task manager, specifically designed to handle SEO projects, whenever you label a project as completed, the system will ask you if you wish to mark this annotation. This makes the whole process more effective and faster. It’s incredible.


Finally, we’d like to inform you of our plan for Version 3.0 We are currently developing.

  • Design: we’re working to refine the design to make it easier to use and present our results in an easier appealing way.
  • Analytics: soon, you’ll be able to look at analytics data like sessions, conversions, turnover, and organic users in the table of results. Therefore, the analysis will be unrestricted to Search Console data.
  • Automated emails: Soon, you’ll be able to opt-in to receiving emails automatically that will be delivered to you within 7 and 30 days of adding an annotation. If you fail to review the results, they’ll be directly sent to your email inbox.

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