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How to Build User Trust With CRO & UX Tweaks

With this summer’s BrightonSEO pushed online (again) due to the global pandemic, spare a moment for the poor SEO conference celebrities, who must go without applause, admiration, and retweets for another season. It’s a hard life. As a self-declared SEO...

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How to Do PR When There Is Nothing to PR

Your client’s new product launch is delayed, they don’t have the internal data they promised, and they are struggling to find a partner for a newsworthy joint case study. Sound familiar? There are times in every PR’s career when it...

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Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update - Version 15.0

We are delighted to launch Screaming Frog SEO Spider version 15.0, codenamed internally as ‘disparity’. This is a release we are really excited about, as it focuses on a major feature we’ve wanted to introduce for some time and have...

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How To Automate Screaming Frog With Google Data Studio

Update: With the release of version 16 of the SEO Spider, you can now schedule a bespoke export designed for Data Studio integration directly within the tool. View our updated guide on How To Automate Crawl Reports In Data Studio....

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Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 14.0

We are pleased to launch Screaming Frog SEO Spider version 14.0, codenamed internally as ‘megalomaniac’. Since the release of version 13 in July, we’ve been busy working on the next round of features for version 14, based upon user feedback...

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Screaming Frog 10 Year Anniversary Giveaway

10 Years ago we released the Screaming Frog SEO Spider, without any real expectation. It was built for fun and with love, mostly in evenings and weekends to be used just by me originally. It solved problems I was having,...

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How to Turn Data into a Content Marketing Campaign

Lies, damned lies, and statistics. This pithy quote sums up most people’s attitude to data. It’s either untrustworthy, unreliable, or just plain boring. But in the right hands data can be turned into stories. Stories that captivate. Stories that excite....

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How To Create A Facebook Catalogue Feed Using The SEO Spider In [Time It Takes To Crawl Your Site]

I recently ran into an issue with the WooCommerce connector to Facebook shopping/catalogue feed, where I couldn’t automatically update the feed. This got me thinking about other ways I can upload a feed to Facebook catalogue and what is the...

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To Make The News, Read The News: Why Content Marketers Should Keep Up With The Daily News Flow

As content marketers, our goal is to create engaging content to reach relevant audiences. This relies heavily on getting content covered in the media and securing valuable backlinks to a client’s website. But getting coverage on high DA news sites...

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How Many Sites Pass the Core Web Vitals Assessment?

Speed has long been an official ranking factor, but with the introduction of the Core Web Vitals (CWV), many an SEO might have noticed the ominous Pass/Fail assessment within PageSpeed Insights. While these metrics aren’t yet used in Googles algorithm,...

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