The Optimizer overview page lets you create new Optimizer projects or jump right into one of your projects. You’ll also have access to other interesting tools like the Content Assistant.
In the header of the SISTRIX Toolbox you will find links to the start page as well as the module overview pages for all the Toolbox modules you are subscribed to.
On the overview page for the Optimizer module you will find some boxes which will help you get started with your project.
For example, you’ll be able to immediately create a new project or try some specific Optimizer features.
Your Optimizer Projects
Right after the quick features you’ll find the list of all your projects as well as the ones remaining.
Click on the green button “Create project” to start a new analysis or select a project you’ve already created to see fresh data.
If another user shared a project with you, it will be listed right under this list.
Learn more about the single features of an Optimizer project here.
One-Time Page Checks
This feature allows you to crawl a domain once to check whether it can be optimised from an Onpage point of view.
You can only run a single one-time Onpage evaluation at any point, but there is no limit to the number of one-time projects you can create. Each crawl will be saved for 14 days.
Next, you will find the Content Assistant with all the text-projects you already set-up. You can also start a new Content Assistant project by clicking on the green button “Start Assistant“.
The SISTRIX Content Assistant will help you create perfectly optimised content for your online posts. After creating your own keyword-set, the Content Assistant will analyse the content that has already been successful with Google and present suggestions for the best possible creation of the new content.
You can start your project also by inserting one keyword inside the search bar right after the buttons.
Click here to get more information about the Content Assistant.
Statistics & Upgrade
At the bottom of the page you’ll find more details about your Optimizer projects, in particular:
- The total amount of keyword queries used.
- The total amount of requests.
- The number of keywords and pages crawled in all projects.
- The users who have access to one or more projects.
Click on “Breakdown by project” to see more details about the keyword queries used in the different projects, or on the number of crawl quota to change the amount of request for every project.
Finally, you can upgrade your Optimizer and get more keywords and projects slots.