17 Reasons You Need SiteChecker.Pro to Fix Your SEO Errors

By: | December 10, 2017 | Tags: , , ,

SiteChecker.Pro gives you a free SEO audit

Wouldn’t SEO be easy if you knew what was stopping you from getting tidal waves of traffic coming from search engines?

Getting organic traffic can be easy thanks to a free tool called SiteChecker.Pro.

All you do is enter your website URL and a free, comprehensive report gets generated.

The report tells you your SEO errors and how to fix them.

Take the suggestions and more organic traffic is yours!

Furthermore, Site Checker is a free tool. Increase your search traffic and pay nothing.

This article will offer a review of SiteChecker.Pro and a tutorial explaining how to use the site checker for increased organic traffic.

Why You Need SiteChecker.Pro

  • SiteChecker.Pro tells you the errors you’re making with your SEO.
  • The tool reveals both Critical Errors and Warnings of Critical Errors.
  • The tool tells you how to fix those errors.
  • SiteChecker.Pro is easy to use. Just click “How to Fix,” and find out how to correct your SEO mistakes.
  • Are you making errors with your headlines and subheadlines? Let SiteChecker.Pro tell you what to do to fix them.
  • Are internal and external links reducing your chances of getting organic traffic? Find out with SiteChecker.Pro.
  • If you want search traffic, you need to build links to your site. SiteChecker.Pro will tell you how your link-building efforts are coming by scoring your Domain Authority.
  • Do you want to see the links you currently have to your website? Look at SiteChecker.Pro.
  • Is your site so slow search engines won’t show your website to search users? Find out at SiteChecker.Pro. You will get scores for Site Speed Mobile and Site Speed Desktop.
  • SiteChecker.Pro will reveal your score for User Experience on mobile devices.
  • Are your images optimized for search engines? Let SiteChecker.Pro tell you.
  • In addition to explaining what’s wrong with your SEO, the tool reveals what you’re doing correctly.
  • SiteChecker.Pro has a plugin. If you download the plugin, you won’t have to keep entering your website URL every time you want to check your metrics.
  • There’s a Chrome extension.
  • SiteChecker.Pro comes in 10 different languages.
  • You are allowed to use the site to check your SEO scores as often as you want.
  • The developers are open to feedback from users. You want to see a new feature added? Tell them!

Tutorial: How to Use SiteChecker.Pro

Step 1: Go to https://sitechecker.pro/.

SiteChecker Pro gives you a free SEO report of your errors.

Step 2: Add your website URL where prompted.

Step 3: Within no time your SEO report will be generated. Even while you wait for the report to finish, you will get valuable feedback on your website.


  • Site Checker is the powerful, easy to use, website monitoring tool for system administrators, web developers, designers, and anyone else.

    SEO Tools Compared

    Site Checker.Pro compared to Ahrefs Based on my research for my Ahrefs review, Ahrefs is the best SEO tool in existence. However, Ahrefs isn’t free. On the contrary, Ahrefs can be costly for people operating on a shoe-string budget.

    Site Checker.Pro compared to Yoast I use the Yoast plugin. I consider it my SEO coach. I use Yoast before I publish. You should use SiteChecker.Pro after you publish to discover what you’ve done wrong.

    Site Checker.Pro compared to Hubshout As my Hubshout review explains, you should use Hubshout to check which keywords you rank for. Therefore, while Hubshout is also a free SEO tool, Hubshout and SiteChecker.Pro are used for different metrics.


SiteChecker.Pro is a free tool. You pay nothing to use it.

Wrapping Up

This review just scratched the surface of all you can do with SiteChecker.Pro.

There are actually over 100 metrics the tool reveals to you about your website.

Many website creators can’t afford to outsource to a professional SEO company. So, don’t. SiteChecker.Pro will give your website a thorough SEO audit for free.

Are you ready to try SiteChecker.Pro? Head over to https://sitechecker.pro.

Before you go generate your free SEO report, please share this review. That way other website creators can discover their SEO mistakes and easily fix them.

This was a sponsored post.

  1. Jeanette S. Hall | at 10:25 am

    Ran the tool and found I had several H1 tags on several different pages! Have been running my site this way for years! No one ever pointed out the error before. Thanks for pointing out another excellent FREE tool to add to my growing tool box.

  2. Gilly Maddison | at 11:16 pm

    This is really useful info Janice and I will check it out. I do have one question though, what is in it for whoever has designed this service? If it’s free, how do they make their money? I am always wary of free sites that offer the earth because there is no such thing as a free lunch! Is there a free and premium service or is it just free for everyone and forever? Also, I wonder if this the the programme that is being used by all those people who send us emails offering to send us SEO reports about our websites if we pay them a ton of money. Thanks for this, it does sound really good.

    • Ivan Palii | at 11:58 pm

      Hello, Gily. I’m a one of Sitechecker Team. You are very right about that there is no exist a free lunch. We provide a paid services like technical SEO audit.
      Sitechecker gives parameters per one URL every time. In the paid technical audit we crawl all pages on the website. As you see for 80-90% of users it’s really enough of free version to improve own website. For big website our service will better that handy, long work with each URL.

    • Janice Wald | at 6:05 am

      Hi Gilly,
      Great to see you. When I used SiteChecker.Pro, I was happy to get clarity on my blog, so I didn’t wonder how the company makes money. I will write the developer and tell them you have a question.

  3. Timothy Gagnon | at 11:19 pm

    Really interesting tool. I just checked my website, and even though it’s so new, I still got a bunch of errors. I got the same errors that I got Google’s Site Checker, too much JavaScript. I don’t really know how to fix that but it’s something I’ll look into. Thanks a bunch for sharing this tool.

    • Janice Wald | at 5:07 pm

      Hi Debby,
      I wrote my tech helper and reminded him about the situation. Thanks for writing. I’m glad you liked my SiteCheckerPro review. I hope you’re having a nice holiday season as well. Are you in the states?

    • Janice Wald | at 5:29 pm

      Hi Davida,
      1. One thing is better than nothing!
      2. After reading your comment, I went back in and saw I was making a huge mistake when it comes to SEO in every post! Like you, I didn’t know how to fix. I Googled and watched a YouTube video. THANK YOU! If you hadn’t commented, I wouldn’t know I need to do this thing each time.

      • Davida Chazan | at 4:33 am

        I also Googled and searched for YouTube videos and still couldn’t figure out how to fix those things. Instead, I think I’ll wait for my computer programming son to come back from his stint in the UK and see if he can help me fix these errors.

  4. satta | at 12:00 am

    Really interesting tool. I just checked my website, and even though it’s so new, I still got a bunch of errors. I got the same errors that I got Google’s Site Checker, too much JavaScript. I don’t really know how to fix that but it’s something I’ll look into. Thanks a bunch for sharing this tool.

    • Janice Wald | at 5:31 pm

      Hi Satta,
      Thanks for writing. Like you, I didn’t know how to fix my errors. I Googled and watched a YouTube video. I’m glad I did. I now know not to make the error, and I was making it in each post.

  5. Moss | at 1:54 am

    Hi Janice,

    Another great and interesting article with amazing value for your readers. Actually never heard of this tool. But from reading this post, I believe it’s a worthwhile tool for all bloggers.

    The features are great, as well as the how to use it. It’s a must try.

    Thank you!

  6. Freddy G. Cabrera | at 11:03 am

    Hey Janice!

    That’s a great tool to help you with the SEO part of your blog site.

    I really like this tool because it is simple and it provides you with the information you need to know. When it comes to the search engines, you need to do the right optimization and you do need to look at all of the required details for better rankings.

    Thanks for sharing this review!

    Cheers! 😀
    Freddy G. Cabrera recently posted…How to Create A Blog Schedule So You Can Focus On Blog GrowthMy Profile

    • Janice Wald | at 5:38 pm

      Hi Nisha,
      What kind words about my website! Much appreciated! I appreciate your readership and your support of my blog.
      I’m glad you liked my SiteCheckerPro review. Did you try it?

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