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SEO & search marketing news and chatter from Screaming Frog.

I am delighted to announce the release of the Screaming Frog Log File Analyser 2.0, codenamed 'Snoop'. Since launch last year, we've released eight smaller updates to the Log File Analyser, but this is a much larger and more significant update, with some very exciting new and unique features. Let's...

31 January, 2017 by Jason Lock

AdWords History Timeline Published

For those of us who have been in paid search since before AdWords was on the scene, it's easy to forget the details about when certain "features" were released, and in what form they first appeared. For those who are newer to the industry, it's probably hard to imagine the...

12 December, 2016 by screamingfrog

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 7.0

I'm delighted to announce Screaming Frog SEO Spider version 7.0, codenamed internally as 'Spiderman'. Since the release of rendered crawling in version 6.0, our development team have been busy working on more new and exciting features. Let's take a look at what's new in 7.0. 1) 'Fetch & Render' (Rendered...

20 October, 2016 by screamingfrog

Screaming Frog Stickers Giveaway

We've had quite a few requests for Screaming Frog stickers over the past year, so we have put together a small giveaway to thank everyone for their support and help improve boring looking laptops. There will be (at least) 250 winners that receive the much coveted Screaming Frog stickers, and...

30 September, 2016 by Lucy Fitton-Hayward

The Annual Screaming Frog Macmillan Morning Bake Off

After the success of last year’s Macmillan Morning Bake Off, we decided to run it again this year. Not only is it an excuse to eat lots of tasty treats all day, but it obviously helps a great cause, and takes any guilt out of consuming a lot of cake...

7 September, 2016 by screamingfrog

How To Audit Backlinks In The SEO Spider

There's plenty of reasons you may wish to audit backlinks to a website, whether it's to check the links are still live and passing link value, they've been removed or nofollowed after a link clean up, or you want to get more data on the links which Google Search Console...

You’ll have likely noticed some big changes to the Google Keyword Planner tool recently – namely that it now groups together the search volume data for many similar keyword variants. For example, if you research ‘car warranty’ and ‘car warranties’ you will see that they each have an estimated average...

19 August, 2016 by Patrick Langridge

Digital Henley - SEO Personalisation Presentation

Rewind a few weeks ago, on a sweltering evening in South Oxfordshire, Redberry Digital ran the fifth incarnation of their successful Digital Henley event at Henley's Red Lion Hotel. I was kindly invited to speak on the broad topic of the evening; personalisation. Having nervously accepted and painstakingly thrown together...

21 July, 2016 by screamingfrog

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 6.0

I'm excited to announce version 6.0 of the Screaming Frog SEO Spider, codenamed internally as 'render-Rooney'. Our team have been busy in development and have some very exciting new features ready to release in the latest update. This includes the following - 1) Rendered Crawling (JavaScript) There were two things...

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...

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