What is Screpy?
Screpy is an AI-based SEO and web analysis tool that lets you and your team analyze and monitor all your website metrics in one dashboard.
The toolset consists of:
- Keyword Tracker
- Page Speed Monitoring
- SEO Monitoring
- Uptime Monitoring
- Syntax Checker
A short review
A few of the things I like about Screpy:
- Being able to check Pagespeed data for multiple pages.
- Reporting for vulnerabilities in JS libraries.
- The SEO info pages
- The Keywords ranking info – I like how it shows where the page was found in the google results
- The Tasks lists – being able to see at a glance what needs to be addressed
- The Diagnosis – I like seeing how many fonts, scripts and stylesheets are loaded per page.
Things I’d like to see implemented:
- a way to go back to the previous screen. Can’t seem to be able to go back.
- a way to get notifications for selected issues. (Perhaps have a bell icon toggle to mark the things to be notified)
- a way to create and schedule reports with selected information and customizable order for the different info blocks. Be able to add multiple email recipients if so desired.
- KEYWORDS RANKING – the keyword column width wider so it does not cut off the text
- DIAGNOSIS – I’d like to be able to see a list of the fonts, scripts & stylesheets loaded
- TASKS – a way to mark certain issues to be ignored. Create a list of ignored issues that can be accessed and remove ignore status if desired. (you could show a little icon to display ignored items only if there are any ignored items or a toggle for the page to display ignore items or not)
- a place to see how many credits are left and where they were used
- a way to control the schedule of analyzing the site. It seems that it does it weekly by default. I’d like to be able to set the interval (ie monthly) or turn it off.
I found Screpy to be a very promising SEO tool, with a great UI and lot’s of good actionable info at your fingertips. Screpy is a worthwhile addition to my SEO toolbox.