Of course, it’s great to have a platform that is automating the majority of your data collection and analysis for your SEO projects. It’s even better to use an SEO platform that notifies you when your data has changed significantly and brings this immediately to your attention with clear in-app notifications and email alerts.
Customisable & Intelligent SEO Alerts
Easy to configure notifications
You can configure the type of alert, the specific criteria that interest you and the threshold that triggers the alert.
This way you don’t get distracted by irrelevant alerts and can give your full attention to the ones that matter.
When an alert condition is matched then a notification will be issued via a Facebook style in-app notification bar, and optionally via email to multiple selected users.
When clicked the alert will take the user to a filtered view to see the data concerned.
Fine-tune Alert Relevance
Alerts can be powerful but need to be relevant so they don’t become distracting.
- Define who gets alerted and how often
- Drill-down to changes in specific website folders by using keywords tags
- Control the thresholds for changes in traffic and ranking positions
- Get high-level site-wide alerts or highly targeted alerts
Flexible Alert Options
You can easily setup sophisticated custom alerts for changes to any of these key SEO metrics.
FAQs about SEO Alerts & Notifications
Simply login to the platform and click on the notification icon in the top menu bar (it looks like a bell). This will take you to the alert configuration screen. Here you can select ‘Add New Alert’ and this will allow you to select the SEO data you want to track and the type of notification you need.
The Google Search Console system does send email notifications to webmasters to alert you to errors in your website such as mobile friendly issues, page speed problems, server issues, dead links and more. Now it evens send you a monthly performance summary and if you have been naughty, perhaps a notification about a penalty!
If you connect your Google Search Console data to the Authoritas platform then you can create even better and extremely fine-grained SEO alerts based on changes in clicks or impressions in your GSC data.
Google Analytics gives you the chance to setup two types of alerts; Automatic Alerts and Custom Alerts. Automatic alerts are created by Google and inform you about major fluctuations in your website analytics stats such as big changes in site visitors by channel or changes to metrics such as bounce rate or time on site.
Custom Alerts give you an additional benefit as you can tune the alerts to changes in metrics that are likely to have a meaningful impact on your business.