Meta Forensics is a website architecture, website quality, performance optimisation, content checking, internal link analysis and SEO tool that helps identify unseen problems (on all website types) that may be affecting your visitors, search engine crawlers and ultimately, hampering your site.
Check out the example audit reports, run a sample audit, or sign up for free and run an audit against your own site.
It is FREE to audit up to 500 pages (if you sign up), and you can have an unlimited number of projects on the go.Analyse Your Website Now » See Example Output »
Meta Forensics has a variety of bonus Drupal focussed reports that allow you to perform analysis across a number of areas such as Acquia Lift Tags, Content Types, Blocks, Menus, Paragraphs, Views, Webforms, CSS Aggregation, JS Aggregation, Node Alias Usage, Taxonomies, Settings Object, Security, and many other areas that are detectable through crawling a public Drupal site.
Meta Forensics includes a number of additional reports that give extra audit information about your WordPress site. These reports include detail around Plugins, Themes and Libraries that are being used on a WordPress site, along with other data points that can be established through crawling a WordPress website.
Analyse every link, heading, meta tag, title, og tag, content semantics and markup structure - hunt down duplicate content, structural errors, missing nofollows etc. Get a complete picture of your internal anchor text, most linked to pages and more...
Analyse the internal link structure and IA of a website by understanding how your pages link to each other. Track down canonical links issues, orphaned pages, dead links, every kind of redirect, malformed urls, semantic issues and much more...
Visualise your website structure, content and reporting analysis in a variety of ways to help you understand ways in which your website can be improved and optimised. Download these and embed them in your own reports...
Check your website for spelling mistakes, review the semantics and sentiment analysis behind your website content, use of deprecated / obsolete HTML markup tags, perform keyword analysis, and dig in to analysis around reading age, and other metrics surrounding your content.
Pinpoint your slowest loading pages, bloated ("tag soup") pages, obsolete stylesheets & scripts, needless redirects, images that are being served at incorrect resolutions, link parameter bloat and other performance sapping artifacts.
Ensure you have link consistency, and a robust website architecture by drilling in to the various reports available. Ensure the underlying markup of your site is sound and that legitimate search engine bots aren't being locked out of corners of your site...
Meta Forensics works by downloading every page on your website, interrogating every asset, and analysing the content and structure.
The process for you is:
Meta Forensics is for anyone that owns or works on a website:
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We are currently in the process of honing machine learning algorithms which will make site optimisation recommendations based on data integrations with Search Console, Analytics and other data sources in order to achieve information on projected impact of recommended changes.
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This tool is by no means the finished article, it's a constantly evolving R&D development project where things will occasionally break. It is intended for only the hardiest of early adopters. Any feedback is more than welcome however!
There will always be a free tier on Meta Forensics. Our mission is help people better understand their websites, and to fix problems that they didn't know they had!
If you have any ideas on how to make Meta Forensics better, or make it easier or more useful to you, then let us know and we will build your ideas into the product roadmap!