Your browser does not support JavaScript!
The easiest way to spot problems in your site architecture, analyze internal link juice, and explain errors to clients.
Why digging through spreadsheet columns or relying on your imagination? Now there's a quick and easy way to visualize your website architecture, to spot and fix any structural issues (or explain them to your clients).
Out of beta. With all the functionality you asked for!
In case you missed the big news — website visualization went live in WebSite Auditor a few months ago, while still in beta. Now, through a couple of months of user-testing and developer bug-fixing, we're out of beta, better, handier and with all the feature add-ons you asked for!
To get access to the update, simply launch WebSite Auditor and let it auto-update to the latest version (or, if you don't have WebSite Auditor yet, download it here).

Next, create or open a project for your site and jump straight to the Visualization dashboard.
1 Edit your visualization in-app to create a perfectly structured site
Fine-tune your site's structure right inside the app and see how the changes you make influence your PageRank flow. You can add or remove pages, add or remove links and create redirects — until your graph is clean and perfectly structured.
Where to find it: Click on any page on the graph to enter the editing mode. Use the action buttons on the left to add or remove pages and links. Use the button to see how the changes affect your internal PageRank distribution.
2 Export the changes you make as a to-do list for your developers
Every change you make as you edit the graph will be recorded in the changelist. When you're done editing, simply export the CSV file to forward to your dev team.
Where to find it: Click the button in the bottom left corner of the screen, discard any of the changes made or export them in CSV.
3 Name the nodes of your graph & pin them to a certain place
Want to easily tell your homepage from your blog or another website area? Name any of the pages on the graph. Or even pin them to certain parts of your screen, so that they stay in the same places after you re-run your visualization.
Where to find it: Use the button to add labels to any of the pages on the graph. The button lets you pin the page to a specific location on the screen.
4 Switch to the "All links"
By default, WebSite Auditor shows you only the shortest connections between your pages. However, when working on a certain part of your website (say, a number of theme-related articles), you might want to see all the existing links. And that's what you use the "All links" mode for.
Where to find it: Use the button to switch between the two modes.
5 Analyze your pages
by traffic
Looking to visualize your site by pageviews? Just sync your Google Analytics account with WebSite Auditor, and your pages on the graph will be painted and sized accordingly.
Where to find it: In the Pages dashboard, click the Update button and tick the checkbox to update Page Traffic. Enter your Google Analytics credentials and let the tool collect your traffic stats. Switch back to the Visualization dashboard and use the dropdown menu in the top right corner to choose the Page Views mode.
6 Color/filter your
graph by tags
Whether you'd like to see how your site interlinking reflects its topical structure, or whether you simply need to filter out some unnecessary pages, you can now do that with the help of tags.
Where to find it: In the Pages dashboard, right-click on the needed record and choose Add tags to selected record(s). After you've tagged all the needed pages, switch back to the Visualization dashboard. Then click the button to set up specific colors for each of your tags. Or use the button in the top right corner to set up your filters.