SmartCrawl - we weren't able to get meaningful results

Initially when I try to run a scan it returns a 403 forbidden. Tried to whitelist WPMU IP(s), and this one 00.00.00.000 for crawler but get another error:

'SEO: There was an error crawling http://domain.com/, we weren't able to get meaningful results'

I'm using Sucuri if that makes a difference.

  • Ash

    Hello Toni

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    • Toni

      @DominuTI
      I'm not getting any crawl errors currently and honestly, I don't recall what changed. I'm installing Smart Crawl on all my sites and removing Yoast. I do find there is a difference between the two - Smart Crawl is much more sensitive than Yoast. For example, the Flesch-Kincaid Test with Smart Crawl always has a lower score than Yoast and I find it hard to get posts into the 60-70 range - and this is consistently on every post.

      That said however, I'm using Smart Crawl on sites that were built with Elementor. Smart Crawl shows that there are no keywords in subheadings (and there are), it states the keywords have been used before (they haven't) and finally, it states no images were found (and there is a featured image on every single post). This happens on every post so I have to "ignore" these, but it drives me nuts not getting a green light on all points.

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