Ever want to know how many pages are in an XML sitemap or XML sitemap index? The list mode feature in Screaming Frog will let you know how many linked sitemaps there are, how many total valid URLs they include and allow you to export the entire list to a file or Google sheet.
With a few simple custom search configuration updates, you can customize a crawl in screaming frog to search for unlinked keywords or key phrases within the content section of your web pages.
Last updated on July 20th, 2022 at 02:42 am This Screaming Frog configuration will allow you to discover and crawl the hrfelang URLs on a specific page or group of pages. I have used this crawl to help discover and trouble-shoot indexing issues on global websites that have the same pages but are localized for… Continue reading Discover & Crawl hreflang URLs for Specific Pages with Screaming Frog
Last updated on August 23rd, 2021 at 02:31 pm This crawl is perfect for when you want to get response codes, meta data and other high level information for a typical website. Sometimes the most simple things do not seem as obvious as maybe they should. Here are the configuration settings you need to run… Continue reading Simple Page Inventory Crawl with Screamingfrog
According to ahrefs.com: 6 of the top 20 pages of the Moz.com blog are category pages, 2 of the top 20 searchengineland.com URLs are category pages and 0 of the top 20 searchenginejournal.com URLs are category pages.
Last updated on March 16th, 2022 at 01:56 am Use screaming frog to discover, crawl, analyze and export your Google Search Console URLs will help you uncover numerous types of indexing and technical issues on your website. Skip to the FAQs at the bottom of the page for specific examples. The Configuration Settings Launch Screaming… Continue reading Export Search Console Page List via Screaming Frog