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SEO & search marketing news and chatter from Screaming Frog.

I have had a couple of cases (and queries) involving secure pages (https://) and duplicate content recently, so thought it would be a useful area to discuss. Hypertext transfer protocol secure (https) pages are often used for payment transactions, logins and shopping baskets to provide an encrypted and secure connection....

With all the various ad extensions available to AdWords advertisers nowadays it can be a bit of a struggle of keep on top of everything and make sure that they are all working as well as they should. I think by now everyone is pretty familiar with Sitelinks and how...

3 March, 2011 by Matt Hopson

Yahoo! and Microsoft Search Alliance Webinar

So this morning I, along with I would imagine quite a few other advertisers logged into the Yahoo & Microsoft Search Alliance webinar; if I’m honest after listening and watching a few of these in the past I wasn’t expecting to hear anything ground breaking but as the migration will...

Since we released the Screaming Frog SEO Spider we have received a lot of enquiries about the possibility of developing a Mac version and if you follow us on twitter (@screamingfrog) you might of heard we have been working on it behind the scenes. Well, we can confirm that the...

1 March, 2011 by screamingfrog

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 1.40

We have released a new version of the Screaming Frog SEO Spider available for download. Version 1.40 has the following updates - The spider now supports the port tag (port numbers). We build links from the port onwards like it is a directory (Example - http://dev.example.com:8080/). It fixes a bug...

After the great opening session on an Introduction to PPC by Guy Levine, next up was Content Marketing Optimisation with Lee Odden. This session was rammed to the brim with many people having to sit on the floor around the room as all the available seats disappeared pretty quickly. Lee...

If you follow me on Twitter you would have heard on Tuesday that I was debating whether I should/could liveblog my way through all the sessions at SES on Wednesday. [blackbirdpie url="http://twitter.com/#!/matthopson/status/40104061080584192"] Now if I’m honest although the idea of liveblogging the various sessions sounded great but I quickly found...

7 February, 2011 by screamingfrog

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 1.30

Just a very quick blog post to let everyone know we have released an update to the Screaming Frog SEO Spider. So without boring everyone to death, what's new in the update? We have added some cool new right click functionality (screenshot below) We have included support for the base...

Let me start by throwing this out there: I’m not so sure the various ‘enhancements’ Google has added to AdWords ads have been entirely for the searchers’ (and advertisers’) benefit. I wouldn’t be surprised if they have been put in place to ensure that Google’s biggest cash cow remains in...

17 January, 2011 by Matt Hopson

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Now Does PPC!

Ever since the idea of the Screaming Frog Spider first popped into Dan’s head I have always been pushing to make sure that it is not only an awesome tool for spotting common SEO issues but also a brilliant tool that screamed (you see what I did there) out about...

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