How to use On-Page SEO Checker

The Page Report is a detailed on-page SEO analysis for a specific page of your website. 
It’s super useful for an on-page SEO audit and shows you page related insights that you won’t find on Site Audit: 
  • Google Page Speed 
  • Meta tags analysis (title, description, H1-H6) 
  • Images analysis 
  • Content analysis 
  • Vulnerability 
  • And many more others that can influence your SEO performance. 

How to use Page Report 

1. Use quick links to navigate on the report.  
You can navigate between issues with the help of the left sidebar. Also, you can use a list of all critical errors and warnings under the Page Score. 

2. Check errors and warnings. 
Browse errors, warnings, and notices. If you need more information on any specific issue, click on it and you will see the short how-to-fix guide or a brief description. 

3 Start fixing errors and warnings. 
You can do that by yourself with the help of how-to-fix guides. Or, invite a freelancer or an external SEO expert to help with that. In this case, I suggest downloading a PDF report that can be easily shared with anyone. 

Tips and Tricks 

Wait till the report is fully loaded. 
Usually, it takes 30-40 seconds to get the final result. 
Pay attention to the Content Optimization section.
It shows your meta tags. They must be optimized correctly with the focus keywords you want this page rank for. Also, there shouldn’t be any duplicates. The meta title, meta description, and h1 tags must be unique. 
Keep an eye on a Google Page Speed score. 
It’s crucial for your page SEO performance. 
Install  Sitechecker Chrome extension  to get Page Report for any page that you browse. 
With the  extension, you can highlight H1-H6 tags, big images, and no-follow links right on the page. It saves your time to indicate the most valuable data on the page. 

The list of parameters used on Page Report 

Please note that this list is being constantly updated. 


Page information

Content optimization

Title check

Description check

H1-H6 check

  • H1 (more about how to write good H1 tags)
  • Count of H1 tags
  • H1 length
  • H1 is equals/not equals title
  • Count of all H1-H6 tags
  • All H1-H6 tags

Content check



  • Favicon preview (more about why favicon matters)
  • Favicon for IE
  • Favicon for IE 9-10
  • Favicon for Android
  • Favicon for iOS
  • Favicon for OSX
  • Favicon for Android
  • Favicon for Windows 8
  • Favicon for Windows 8.1
  • Favicon for Desktop


Search optimization

Canonical link check

Alternate link check


Is open for indexation

  • Indexing in meta tags (more about meta tags)
  • Indexing in X-Robots tags
  • Indexing in robots.txt (more about robots.txt file)
  • Content in noindex tag


URL vulnerability

Bot check

  • Google cloaking (more about cloacking)
  • Yandex cloaking

External and internal links

External links

  • Quantity of the specific links
  • URL
  • Anchor (more about anchor text)
  • http status code

Subdomain links

  • Quantity of the specific links
  • URL
  • Anchor
  • http status code

Internal links

  • Quantity of the specific links
  • URL
  • Anchor
  • http status code
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