With SEObot Monitor for Googlebot you will be able to dump the server logs to Google Analytics, easily and automatically.
This will allow you to detect SEO failures before it will be too late
Googlebot Monitor features
This plugin allows you to monitor bots such as used by Google or Bing and dump the data into Google Analytics. In this way, access to key information from the server logs is easier. The track is automatic, and does not require any action by the team managing the server or web development.
Log analysis can help you understand if search engines are visiting all pages or if some pages are having crawling problems.
How it works
To activate it and make it work properly, you must:
- Create a new property in your GA account (IMPORTANT: NEVER use the same Google Analytics UA-XXXXX that you usually use for tracking)
- Enter the UA of the new property in the plugin options.
- You can extend the regular expression to register additional bots (Advanced users only)
Googlebot Monitor is fully compatible with WordPress and also with YOAST SEO plugin
This plugin use native WordPress hooks for total compatibility.
Upload the plugin folder to the
/wp-content/plugins/directory or install the plugin through the WordPress plugin panel.
Activate the plugin in the “Plugins” WordPress section.
You can customize your settings under a new submenu option in Tools page
Work in progress 😉 We’are cooking a complete guide to use Googlebot Monitor. Meanwhile feel free to contact us at Link Text with your questions
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Contributors & Developers
“SEObot Monitor for Googlebot, Bingbot and search engine spiders” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Now you can track rendered urls by bots with JS
- First version.