Audit consists of a segments which group factors:
True Density (click to read more)
page structure (number of elements),
To create an Audit for your page, you need to create a new query from the general dashboard first.
Once you open the main view, you'll see a graph. Under the graph there are search engine result pages. That's the section you'll work with.
You have two options to audit your URL:
Add your URL to "Compare your website to your competitors", then click the "Audit" button. Use this option if your page doesn't rank in top 50 yet.
If your URL is already ranking in top 50, you may find your page and and click the "Audit" button next to it.
You can compare how many pages you want by excluding all pages and including just the ones you need to analyze. Learn more about excluding pages from analysis:
In other words, "words in body" means all content between
If you click "Show details" button, you'll be able to see your page against other pages from your comparison:
True Density is the most important thing in Audit. It will tell you which terms you are missing and which ones are over-optimized. The first actionable task to start optimization is there.
You can sort phrases by action like this:
True Density, in contrary to TF-IDF, takes your content length into account. That means, Surfer will give you suggestions to keep similar density to your competitors.
Surfer audit will warn you or show an error when audited page is way off the competitors pages. Fix your warnings and errors to raise performance of your content.
You can share your audit with anyone by creating sharable link. Anyone with the link can access the data without logging into the app.