For every page that you're monitoring ContentKing checks whether it's indexable or not. The indexability status of a page is displayed, and for non-indexable pages also the reason(s) for being non-indexable are displayed.
For a page to be indexable the following criteria have to be met:
X-Robots-TagHTTP header directive
The canonical URL needs to match exactly with the actual URL. Often we see a close mismatch between the canonical URL definition and the actual page URL. Common mistakes:
See our Academy article on Duplicate Content to learn more about this.
ContentKing understands that not all pages are meant to be indexable, and to prevent you from getting false positives when it comes to page auditing we automatically ignore the following auditing tests on non-indexable pages by default:
You can easily override this by unignoring the tests for the Non-indexable segment.
When testing for duplicate content, ContentKing takes the following criteria into account: