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Usage & Limits

How to View Your Usage & Limits

In this guide we explain how to add competitors to a project in Raptor’s SEO web crawler. Adding competitor sites allows you to see competitive data within the web crawler as well as in exports and reports. This can be used for a range of SEO tasks and processes, informing decisions, audits and strategies.

 

 

Step 1: Login

Open a web browser and navigate to:

https://tools.raptor-dmt.com/

Once there, login with your Raptor Username and Password:

 

Sign in to Raptor Web Crawler

You can click on the ‘Remember Me’ tick box to save your details for future access on that device.

Then click on ‘Sign In’.

 

Step 2: Click 'Usage'

Click the ‘Usage’ Link in the menu to the left of the page:

Choose a Project

 

Step 3: View Usage

You will then be taken to the usage page where you can see the usage for the current billing month:

Add Project Details

 

From here you can see how many URLs you have crawled and how many are remaining. You can also see:

Renewal Day

This is the day each month when your usage is reset to the limit set in your pricing plan.

 

URL Limit

This is the maximum number of URLs that you can crawl in any billing cycle. This limit can be increased by upgrading. Once reached you will not be able to crawl any more URLs until the renewal day.

 

URLs Used

This is the number of URLs that you have used in the current billing cycle.

 

Remaining URLs

This is the number of URLs that have not been used in the current billing cycle.

 

% URLs Used

This is calculated by dividing the ‘URLs Used’ by the ‘URL Limit’ to get a number between 0-1, which is then turned into a percentage.

 

% URLs Remaining

This is calculated by dividing the ‘URLs Remaining’ by the ‘URL Limit’ to get a number between 0-1, which is then turned into a percentage.

 

The table shows the projects and the URLs that have been crawled in each project, which enables you to see where your usage is occurring the most.

 

Related Content

If you liked or found this article useful, you might also be interested in the below guides, these are also in the ‘Usage & Analytics’ section of our support documentation.