Using a SEO log analyzer is not a waste of time as it provides a lot of technical and on-page informations about your SEO performance and how Google behaves on your website.
Log files are data referring to any connection to your website: http header, date and hour, referer, user agent, client ip, response port, etc. Exploring these data unlocks a tons of new possibilities to improve your rankings! Furthermore, combining your log files data with your crawl data can give you an exhaustive view of your performance and helps you optimize your Google crawl budget.
What can I learn using a SEO log […]