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Site Content Analyzer< のgiveaway は 2009年11月16日
Site Content Analyzerはウエブサイトのコンテントを分析してキイーワード、構成などの問題点を解説。
Windows 2000/XP/Vista; CPU 1,5 GHz, 512 MB RAM, Internet access
In reply to #2,3,4,5 [as it stands on my screen.]
First, it worked fine on my machine, installed and set up quickly. I ran one of the pages I am designing over it and it ran through very quickly, producing a table of key words, as it says on the lid.
As for CPU use, ahhh, well I am no expert but in my experience any prog that does this sort of work is going to use a bit more than an Email, the System Requirements suggest a reasonable amount of muscle is needed. I experienced no sluggishness or impact on the other apps running, having said that, I do run a fairly robust machine.
Basic? I don't know what you are expecting, but I would not go as far as to say it is basic, it gives rather a lot of info, for sure you can do this yourself with a pen, paper and calculater, if you have a few hours, and most of those I have tried with a view to purchase do pretty much the same. I guess there are "heavier weight Industrial Strengths" out there but not for free or anywhere near the recommended price. This is a quick comment as, like most of these apps, it will take a bit of time to put thru its paces and see exactly what it can do.
Lastly, the help. Maybe you were in too much of a hurry, the help is quite extensive if you take the time to look, and no, red isn't a bad keyword, it means tht the word appears in your html coding or such.
There are a variety of screens to select which gives the info analysed from different perspectives.
IMHO, if you have a website and know a little bit about design, html, keywords and SEO and don't want to pay for a studio to go over your site, this is a useful tool. You do need to be able to think about the results and apply them. If you don't know what you are doing then it is a waste of your time.
In short, it does what it says, quickly and efficiently producing data for you to exploit but you can't make a snap judgement after 3 minutes of use.
Ok, I'm not impressed. It scanned my site and parsed it fine (as far as I can tell). I noticed it did take a lot of CPU (at 50% the entire time it was parsing).
After it finished, I have a bunch of red and black keywords, but not sure what any of it means - the site and help file aren't much help.
I'm going to look at it some more, but it would be nice if the site had a "tutorial" that would say what the data means, what the "take away is", and tell us what we should focus on. I mean, I presume red means "bad", but what's wrong with it and how to fix it?
The developer should give more detail as to what to do with the output, because, right now, it looks to me like an over-glorified word counter.
Have downloaded, registered and tested the software. Found no problems with it at all. Everything went very smooth.
The software is not for novice web designers. It requires at least an average knowledge of SEO. If you have that knowledge, maneuvering around the program is quite easy.
I have always hand coded my web sites - and done quite well. Most of them appear on the first or second page of Google and Yahoo. I would not consider meself an expert web designer - it is more of a hobby than anything else. I can see where this program could have reduced a lot of my SEO coding time, and after doing a test run on some pages, can see where it can be used to improve my search engine placement.
My only complaint about the program is that it has only two languages: English and Russian. I do not know if the program can be tweaked to at least pick out similar words in other languages and then define placement percentages.
All in all - the program seems to do what it says it will do, Again, it does require knowledge of SEO and the help section gives limited information in that area. There are plenty of free SEO reference materials on the web. For the price - Free - I can't find any fault with the program at all. Would I pay for the program? Probably not. I have more time than anything else and I am a cheap ba*tard.
Very basic, and I can't get it to scan my website fully :( not impressed, uninstalled.
I agree with #6, wordperfect. Requires a DEP exception if you have DEP enabled for everything. Large number of options and configuration settings. Nice report preview. This is the personal version, not the business version, so has some report restrictions. "Red color denotes keywords and phrases with low weight."
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