Who We Are
SiteAnalyzer is a small team of enthusiasts from Russia, which has extensive experience in the field of marketing, as well as more than 15 years of experience in developing application software, web services and applications of varying complexity.
Our goal is to create a product that is necessary and at the same time easy to use; therefore, at every stage of the creation of the SiteAnalyzer program, we try to satisfy the needs of users as much as possible, relying both on their wishes and on our vision of the development of this software.
The history of SiteAnalyzer begins in 2013, when for one large project it was necessary to check the quality of its internal optimization (correctness of titles and meta tags, find broken links, analyze the distribution of internal PageRank pages, etc.). At that time, there were very few tools for scanning large sites (web services were scanned slowly and could "fall" on larger sites, there were even fewer programs for calculating internal PageRank). Thus, as a result of using various programs and services, I identified their various shortcomings, in connection with which thoughts were born on options for improving their functionality, which themselves turned into a decision to create their own product.
The first version of the site crawler was implemented as a web service that could fully crawl websites and display broken links, incorrect meta tags, calculate PageRank and even make graphical visualization of links between pages as an interactive link graph. However, this service did not gain popularity due to the not very fast operation of the scanner, and in itself it generated huge amounts of data, which storage was not cheap enough, so its further development and support had to be abandoned.
After a pause, at the end of 2016, I had the idea to write a similar service, but only in the form of a program for a personal computer – this solved the problem of using server resources, as well as the problem of accumulating and storing data. As a result, in a very short time, our team was able to create from scratch a worthy product for conducting a technical audit and site analysis, which, at the moment, can compete on equal terms with paid counterparts and which has a great potential for development, embodied day after day by leaps and bounds.
Currently, the SiteAnalyzer development team is trying to introduce new chips and post updates at least once a month, not forgetting to follow the development of our competitors, trends in the development of search engines, and of course listen to the comments and wishes of our users, which we consider our main source inspiration!