Author: Daniel Cartland

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Having graduated with a degree in Neuroscience, Daniel decided the obvious next step was something completely different and soon found himself at Screaming Frog in the weird and wonderful world of SEO. Despite insisting that his (patchy) knowledge of the brain means that he knows exactly what Google are thinking, he still did not have the foresight to support a football team more adept at winning than QPR.

14 December, 2018 by Daniel Cartland

Screaming Frog 2018 - A Year In Review

As the year comes to an end here at Screaming Frog we thought we would add to the inevitable roundups posts with our own. But instead of just bragging about the work we do or making pointless ‘SEO predictions for 2019’, we also want to celebrate the people that make...

15 November, 2017 by Daniel Cartland

Canonicals – The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Canonical URLs can be marked up as a link element within the head of a page, or by rel="canonical" HTTP headers to signal to search engines which page is the "preferred" URL to rank - usually in situations where content is duplicated or shared across many pages. The use of...

13 July, 2016 by Daniel Cartland

How To Analyse Your Ideas To Find Killer Content

Finding content that will garner authoritative links at volume is, on paper, an easy task. Simply think of an interesting content idea that is relevant to your client, find the right people to get in contact with, sell them your idea (which shouldn’t be hard because it’s so interesting it...