What does the Siteimprove CMS Plugin offer?
By Gudrun Gustafsdottir
The Siteimprove CMS Plugin bridges the gap between a customer's CMS and the Siteimprove suite of services.
The CMS Plugin allows users to take advantage of the Siteimprove Intelligence Platform (SIP) from within the content management system (CMS). This means, for example, that editors can instantly scan pages and address issues on newly published pages.
The CMS Plugin is free to those with a Siteimprove subscription and with a supported CMS supplier listed on the Siteimprove CMS Plugin page.
Note: Data shown in the Siteimprove CMS Plugin depends on the Siteimprove services you are subscribed to.
What information/ data does the Siteimprove CMS Plugin show?
- Broken links
- Readability levels
- Accessibility issues (A, AA, AAA conformance level)
- High priority policies
- SEO Technical issues
- SEO Content issues
- SEO User Experience issues
- SEO Search snippet preview
- SEO Keywords related to this page
- SEO Competing content
- Page visits (last 30 days)
- Page views (last 30 days)
- Time spent on page
- Internal traffic (referring pages and next pages)
- Feedback rating and comments
- URL Shortener data and its impact on your digital assets.
- insights into the impact of unpublishing a specific page.
For further information on this see: How to navigate the Siteimprove CMS Plugin.
What are the benefits of using the Siteimprove CMS Plugin?
Error-free content the first time – The Siteimprove CMS Plugin allows you to order an immediate check of newly published content. Editors can fix errors to optimize content as soon as it has been published.
Put analytics data to use straight away – With the Siteimprove Plugin, analytics insights are readily available to help you improve the user experience on each page.
Re-check pages instantly – The Siteimprove Plugin allows you to re-check your content immediately, so you can be certain that issues are resolved before you move on to other tasks.
See impact of unpublishing pages - You can see data relating to pages that you are considering un-publishing. For example, how removing the page will impact your Quality Assurance and SEO.