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View audit issues and errors

Once your audit has completed, view the issues/errors found by clicking each type of error

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Written by Matthew Davis
Updated over a week ago

Site Auditor is available as a paid add-on in accounts created before November 2023. For more information please reach out to our friendly support team.

How to view site audit issues and errors

Once, you've run a site audit, you can drill down into each problem category to determine precisely what the issues are so that you can fix them.

Before diving in, be sure that you've enabled our site auditor and you've already completed an audit for the campaign in question.

Now, from within the campaign of your choosing, navigate to Site Auditor by hovering the sidebar to the left, then clicking SEO > Site Auditor.

By default, you'll land on the Tests page, where you'll see widgets for score, page depth, as well as page and test summaries at the top.

Scroll down this same page to find more information on tests and failures, which you can drill down further into for more information.
Each Test will show the affected page, then additional columns of information to help you resolve the issue that may differ between tests. You can click on the title of any test to see more information.

For example, in the above screenshot we see the test Page contains link relation conflicts has 47 failures. If we click on this test title, a slider will come out on the right with a page breakdown, an explanation of this test, and further information to help you locate this issue on your webpage.

Using this same example below, we can see the 47 errors expanded in the table. Based on the description on the right, we can tell that there are 47 instances are caused by links having mixed commands.

Then, using the data available under each of the three columns, you can open the effected page, see the link text to search with, and the link URL causing issues. Once located, you can make the appropriate changes to resolve this error.
After resolving the issue on your site, the next site audit will no longer return that specific error. You can then compare the two audits for even more insight into your SEO!

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