The SEOlizer is a GPL application that generates web pages of analysis, from webserver log files (Apache, etc).
The seolizer is based on the webalizer code. Have a look at example of seolizer output!
Please note that the code is one-night hack, from my point of view it's a very very poor quality!
It is not recommended to run seolizer on a production server.
I have published the seolizer to get some feedback from SEO community. Stable version will
be available in several months, after I make clear decision how to implement all required features. Your feedback
is appreciated !
Compile seolizer by running
make all -C src. Then you can run it using
./seolizer [logfile]. Output will be placed in the current directory.
- Does not process logs incrementally
- Code needs major clean-up
- Add configuration file support
I plan to fix known bugs and implement the above stuff for my own purposes. If you want anything else, for example what is listed below (and what I consider to be useful for SEO purposes), please send me an e-mail.
- Pagerank history for most popular pages
- List of pages that did not appear in search engine results
- Goal analysis
- Unknown webspiders/robots detection
- Graphs for all important tables
- Visitor source (backlink, search engine, undefined) and type (robots, real visitor) comparison
- Web spiders daily/monthly crawling reports (incl. bot's IP addresses)
- Keyword and phrase analysis, displays pages that matched query
- Most popular pages for search engine query results and relevant keywords and phrases
- Fully static HTML
Search engine optimization (SEO) as a subset of search engine marketing seeks to improve the number and quality of visitors to a web site from "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results. The quality of visitor traffic can be measured by how often a visitor using a specific keyword leads to a desired conversion action, such as making a purchase or requesting further information. In effect, SEO is marketing by appealing first to machine algorithms to increase search engine relevance and secondly to human visitors.