Website Structure Analyzing Made Easy

Discover how your website really works!

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  • Detect problems with the site structure
  • Identify the most valuable pages
  • Find best pages to link to and from
  • Get informed about errors and network problems
  • Spot onpage issues
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Tobias Schwarz
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Our Customers

Lieferheld GmbH
CHIP
Home24 GmbH
MOTOR-TALK.de
trafficmaxx
AKM3 GmbH

Structure

Detect problems within the structure of your site.

Onpage Issues

Check all your pages for onpage issues.

Performance

Identify pages with a high responsetime.

Crawlability

Discover how robots crawl your site.

Content

Get valuable hints to improve your content.

Data Access

Use the API for automated access.

What Customer Say

Daniel Wette
„Strucr is a great tool for on-page analysis of web pages“ read more »
Daniel Wette
FAIRRANK SE
Stefan Ullerich
„Strucr purely delivers facts without any subjective interpretation“ read more »
Stefan Ullerich
antibodies-online.com
Gregor Arentz
„Strucr helps us with the on page optimisation“ read more »
Gregor Arentz
Vorwärts GmbH

What is Strucr.com?

Strucr.com is a tool to analyze a website. The crawler is able to crawl though large websites with millions of pages. While crawling it collects information about the content, code, performance and the structure of the site. Once a crawl is complete the data can be used to find problems with the content, the HTML code, technical issues and to analyze the structure of a website.

Free Account

Strucr.com can be used as a free tool for check of up to 10.000 pages. Because of the free lifetime account, Strucr is widely used as a free search engine optimization tool that can perform a quick and free SEO check.

Paid Account

The paid service can crawl up to 12 million pages and fits the needs of professionals that work with big websites. It is often used by developers to crawl staging environments before new features are released. SEOs usually use it as a tool to optimize the structure of a site and to find onpage issues and to quickly identify problems by monitoring changes.