Alerting

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Last modified: 13.10.2020
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Apart from regular rank tracking in search engines you should also regularly check changes on the web which can affect your search engine traffic and prevent problems.

Creating a project

If you want to start using Alerting you need to create a project first. In case you haven’t created a project yet you may do so by clicking the button below:

TIP: You can get more information on how to create a project step by step in this article: https://help.marketingminer.com/en-us/article/create-and-set-up-a-project-1fpsg97/.

Alerting section

In the Alerting section you can select to check the following things:

  • Check robots.txt – if there’s a change, MM will automatically notify you via email that there was a change in the robots.txt file
  • Daily control of indexability of random URLs in sitemap – MM will crawl URLs daily and as soon as there’s a URL that isn’t indexable you’ll be notified via email
  • Page load speed check and changes in comparison to the norm – in case the load speed of checked URLs changes by more than 30% you’ll be notified
  • Check of status codes of landing pages
  • Malware detection on domain
Alerting section

By clicking you can activate the control you are interested in. Marketing Miner will then check them daily – each morning and as soon as it detects a change you’ll receive a notification to your notification email.

Use in practice

  • You will make use of Alerting especially when working on a project with more people and you want to stay informed about changes on the web. This way you will avoid time-consuming manual checking of web elements.
  • Changes in robots.txt may have fatal consequences on web indexation and that’s why it’s very important to check any changes in this file and make sure they are correct.
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