Crawl & Competition Analysis

We crawl deep into your competitor’s website. And learn everything they do.


We send our private crawlers inside your competitors’ websites to learn what they do: determine their current success, study their strategies, and identify their weaknesses. Thus, you’ll have a unique competitive advantage when structuring your overtaking maneuver.

If Google can get in,
so can you.

Let’s start by debunking a myth: web scraping of your competition’s websites is completely legal. It’s publicly accessible data.

Source: Iubenda

This is exactly what any search engine does. A crawler enters your competitor’s website and analyzes every page, content, and visible information.

Then, our system analyzes the effectiveness, structure, strength, and technical SEO of their content. By coupling it with historical data from third-party services, we can determine their ranking, monthly traffic, and page performance.

Some of Fuel.LAB®‘s Partners: aHrefs, SEO Spyglass, ScreamingFrog

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Competitor analysis allows us to learn about your competitors’ strengths and weaknesses and identify opportunities to exploit. We will also gain valuable information to improve your business, marketing, and advertising strategies.

Don’t underestimate the importance of regularly analyzing your competitors’ websites to learn about their changing service offerings, target strategies, and technologies used to achieve their business goals.

Your competitor is analyzing your website.

Have you never conducted a competitive analysis of online properties? Fuel.LAB® carries out many of them for a wide range of activities.

Make an appointment today to request a simple or advanced analysis and get your reports in no time in PSD, XML, CSV, or custom format.

A Competitive Analysis answers:

  • Why are their products better than yours?
  • How do their prices differ from yours?
  • What is their unique Competitive Advantage?
  • Who is their target market?
  • What is their brand's position on Google?
  • Which channels do they use?
  • What campaigns are they using to reach their audience?
  • How do they interact with their customers?
  • How can you organically outrank them?