Web reports help you evaluate the usability, quality, and performance of your site. By returning data and highlighting problem areas, these reports give you powerful insight into your site's strengths and weaknesses, and how they might be improved. Here are the web reports we offer:
Analyze web traffic to your site. You can view reports for both on-campus and off-campus visitors, what devices were used to view your site, which pages were accessed, the average time users spend on the site, the time of day they access it, and more.
Search Engine Optimization
Help users find your website by improving your ranking in search engines. The SEO report finds duplicate page titles and pages without tags, keywords, or categories, so you can improve your site’s taxonomy and increase traffic.
Check to see if your website is in compliance with accessibility laws. This report highlights issues that might inhibit a person with a disability from using your site and rates each issue by importance, making them easier to find and fix.
The QA report ensures that standards of quality, speed and usability are being met on your site. It scans each page for you, checking for readability, misspellings, repeated words, broken links, oversized image files, and more.
Legacy CMS Report
This report contains information about CMS content in the legacy web Content Management System (CMS). The CMS Report is automatically sent to staff who have the ability to edit a web page. It is generated quarterly and is used to identify and prioritize stale or out of date content.