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Content Data

Content Data

Content is always king! Understanding how this is distributed across your site is incredibly important. Our SEO software shows you how your content is distributed and where to find thin content of poor content pages.

 

 

The data is this section of the summary tab of our reporting feature shows the content across every page of the site. Unalike the canonical data section, which shows word count data on canonical page this shows for every page.

Some sites do not have canonical tags and so there will be no word count data in the canonical content section of the crawl data. For sites where there are canonical issues, this will provide you with the data you need to understand how the word count is distributed across the pages of you site.

You can compare this data between any two crawls and see the difference between those sets of crawl data. All the data is clickable and will take you to a page that shows you all the URLs that meet the categories included in this section.

 

The data we show in the section for word count are as follows:

 

Less than 100 words (Thin Content)

These are pages with very little content on them and could consequently be devalued by Google as being ‘thin content pages’.

101-250 words (Nearly Thin Content)

These are pages that don’t contain much content

251-500 words

These pages have a reasonable amount of content for Google to determine what the page is about.

501-1,000 words

These pages have a good amount of content.

1,001-2,000 words

These pages have a very good amount of content.

2000+ words

These have a lot of content.

 

The data we show in the section for Image Count are as follows:

Images are useful for making content more interesting and braking it up into sections as well a proving a visual representation.

0 images (Thin Content)

These are pages with no images.

1 - Images Per Page

These are pages at leas 1 image but could contain sensible amount.

1 - 5 Images Per Page

These pages have a reasonable amount of content for Google to determine what the page is about.

6 - 10 Images Per Page

These pages have a lot of images.

11 - 20 Images Per Page

These pages have a lot of images.

20+ Images Per Page

These pages have a very large number of images.