Compare organic traffic with SEO changes done around the same time.

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Understand exactly how much of an impact your SEO changes have on your organic traffic.

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You make SEO changes to your website.

You’re making SEO changes from adding backlinks, to adding new content, to changing meta tags to improve the traffic to your website.

You optimise page titles, meta descriptions, H1 headers and other on-page SEO tags to make your pages stand out on Google.

Did those changes improve your organic traffic?

How much difference did those changes make? Did those change lead to more traffic overall on your website? Or, if they were page specific changes, did it improve the organic traffic to those specific pages?

How are you testing this? If the changes you made affects thousands of pages, testing them can get complicated.

There’s got to be a better way.

What if you could easily measure the organic traffic right before and after each SEO change?

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What if you could compare this on a page level - i.e. look back and see all the SEO changes done to the page and compare that specifically to the organic traffic to that page?

That’s what you get with SEOTrack. SEOTrack automatically documents all your SEO changes to help you better understand why your traffic is changing in relation to your SEO. It’s hard to pin point the exact reason why your traffic changes when you don’t measure anything, but with proper documentation you can always look back and study the impact of those changes on your traffic.


Welcome to SEOTrack

SEOTrack helps you avoid search engine penalties that could hurt your web traffic and your business' bottom line.

Daily Error Monitoring

SEOTrack monitors your website everyday and notifies you of any SEO errors as soon as it happens. This way when something changes, you're the first to know.


Think of any critical SEO error, and imagine being the first to know when it happens.

  • If your developer changed your robots.txt file by mistake, you are immediately alerted.
  • If your website suddenly has a to a lot of broken links, you are immediately alerted.
  • If your meta description tags changes, you are immediately alerted.
  • If your content team updates the URL of an important blog post, you are immediately alerted.

You are alerted every time someone makes any change that could affect your SEO. The ability to find and fix SEO errors quickly, can help you avoid traffic drops that can negatively affect your business' bottom line.

Change Logs

SEOTrack automatically tracks all SEO changes done to your website. This helps you understand exactly how much of an impact your SEO changes have on your organic traffic.

Let’s say you are looking at your Google Analytics for the past year and you noticed that your traffic has started gradually increasing for the last few months.

You can then use SEOTrack to view all the SEO changes made around the same time.

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For eg, from the graphs above we can infer that - adding new pages (creating content) and building backlinks - are responsible for the increase in organic traffic.

Tracking the SEO changes made in the past, along with the SEO errors can be a lifesaver and is a great way to understand the root cause - to find out exactly why your traffic and rankings have changed.

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Try SEOTrack for free for 14 days.

Price $15 per month, billed monthly $29 per month, billed monthly $59 per month, billed monthly
Daily Error Monitoring
HTTP -> HTTPS Redirect Check
Non www -> www redirect check
Robots.txt check
Page Titles missing check
H1 Headers missing check
Meta desc missing check
Canonical tags missing check
Crawl errors check
Thin content check
Meta desc length errors check
Page title length errors check
Tracking SEO Changes
Page Titles Changes
Meta Descriptions Changes
H1 Headers Changes
Meta Robots Changes
Canonical tags
HTTP Status Codes Changes
Changes to HTTP/HTTPS
Changes to www/non_www
New Pages added
Pages removed
Backlink counts
Google Analytics Integration
Google Algo Updates
SEO Notes (Annotations)
Email Notifications
Users 2 2 5
Websites 2 5 5
Total pages monitored 500 3000 10000
Data Retention 6 Months 12 Months 24 Months
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Common Questions

I have questions about how to use SEOTrack, where can I get help?

You can sign up test out a free 14 day trial of SEOTrack immediately, which is probably the best way to get familiar with the product.

What are Backlinks count and SEO notes?

Backlinks count is the totally number of backlinks that are pointing to your website. SEOTrack tracks this total count number on a monthly basis, as it provides great insight on why your traffic is changing.

SEO notes are basically notes you can write on our own to provide additional context about the traffic. For example, if you are doing a print ad campaign in a particular month, it’s worth noting this down as it gives more insight when you look back on your traffic in a few months. Or if your website was hacked, and was unavailable for 6 days, it’s worth noting this down as an SEO note so that when you look back in a years time, these notes explain the change in traffic and the reason for it.

Do you have something specific for digital marketing and SEO agencies?

I love working with agencies. SEOTrack has been designed to make it easier for digital marketing agencies to track all their websites from one place.

For example, the main dashboard for agencies shows all the SEO changes and SEO errors accross all the client websites in one place.

Agencies can see all their clients websites activity in one place!

Think of it like the one-stop-shop to quickly see what's happening accross all your websites.

How fast does SEOTrack crawl my websites?

For websites that are below 10,000 pages SEOTrack only crawls at a speed of 1 page per second. For larger websites (i.e lesser than 25,000 pages), SEOTrack crawls at a speed of 5 URLs per second.

To make sure that your websites speed and servers performance are not affected, SEOTrack does not continuously monitor your website, and also will not crawl faster than 5 urls/second for majority of the websites. If your website has more than 100,000 pages, then the crawls are divided into batches based on importance of the page.

Can I easily transition from one plan to another?

Yes, absolutely. Each plan is limited by the number of pages that are crawled everyday. If your website hits the limits, you can always upgrade to the next plan anytime.

What if I have more than 10000 pages?

SEOTracks has different plans for larger websites that have more than 10000 pages. Start by testing out a free 14 day trial and I'll help you choose your best plan from it.

Who built SEOTrack?

Hello, I'm Image Arjun! I've been practising SEO for around 9 years, and also been programming for the last 6, mainly in PHP and Ruby.

I’ve built SEOTrack to help businesses better understand how their SEO is directly impacting their organic traffic.

More questions?

I would love to help! Send me an email.