Within this section users will learn the ins and the outs of DYNO Mapper’s highly innovative visual sitemap generator, a tool that can create interactive visual sitemaps that display inventory information, analytics data and comment capability for efficient collaboration. As a prerequisite to many of DYNO Mapper’s features, users will first learn how to create an HTML and XML sitemap for their website in just a few simple steps. DYNO Mapper’s sitemap tool can generate sitemaps for websites up to 50,000 pages; for websites that are larger than 50,000 pages, the software’s interactive visual sitemap tool can also seamlessly create multiple sitemaps in minutes. After a sitemap is created, users will learn how to customize their logo and color schemes, edit and rework the hierarchy, categorize pages, titles and URL’s for each sitemap.
Learning how to integrate your Google Analytics with DYNO Mapper is not only easy, it’s something that can be completed within minutes. In this section users will learn how to connect their analytics account and view analytics data for each page on their sitemap. Once set up, users will learn how to view the analytics detail page and a snapshot of site wide analytics data totals with lists of top content pages. Using the analytics filter, users will have the ability to highlight pages by means of selected metrics and quickly understand what is driving traffic to your websites and where. After connecting their Google analytics account to DYNO Mapper users will also have the ability to view traffic from social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, and share this data publicly or privately via sitemaps.
Truly discover the strong suits and flaws of your websites with DYNO Mapper’s content inventory tool. Within this section users will learn how to perform a content inventory so that they can learn how many pages, images and links need to be improved. Once the content inventory is complete, users will learn how to take advantage of the Inventory Detail feature that DYNO Mapper offers. This feature allows users to search, sort and filter inventory information based on inventory type, status and location. Afterwards, all of this information can be exported to promote ease of collaboration and website maintenance.
In this section we are going to walk through the process of performing a content audit, a process that will show the user what works, what doesn’t and what needs serious improvement in order to achieve optimal website success. The health of any website is constantly fluctuating and with DYNO Mapper’s content audit feature, users will have the ability to learn how to monitor their website every week to uphold the integrity of their website. Upon completion of a content audit with DYNO Mapper, users will learn how to take advantage of the online software’s weekly notification feature, how to update website data and how to export data from the audit.
Within this section users will learn how to utilize DYNO Mapper’s innovative keyword tracking tool so that they can keep track of how a website is ranking in search engines for keywords and/or phrases. In just a few simple steps DYNO Mapper users will have the ability to crawl any website to find every keyword that is used in a website’s meta data, providing them with the opportunity to track each keyword or keyword phrase. Since DYNO Mapper’s innovative keyword tracking and SEO monitoring is automated, it’s possible for users to track even their competitors’ keywords and rankings with ease Keyword tracking should be completed on a regular basis for website maintenance, but it’s also important for users that are planning a redesign, ensuring that organic search results are optimal.
Learning how to use DYNO Mapper’s website accessibility testing tool is made easy within the following section. The purpose of the software’s accessibility testing feature is so that users can evaluate their website’s HTML content for existing accessibility issues against published guidelines such as BITV 1.0 (Level 2), Section 508, Stanca Act, WCAG 1.0 (Level A) and more. Upon review, website users will have the ability to evaluate each page and its accessibility problems so that they can isolate and resolve each issue in order to provide persons with disabilities a fantastic user experience.