What SEM’s Are Saying About The Screaming Frog SEO Spider
Since we released the Screaming Frog SEO Spider last week we have had a massive positive response from the search marketing community.
So we thought we would put together a quick list of some of the feedback we have received!
Having a love affair with @screamingfrog 's seo spider tool. Digging your friendly user interface >> check it http://bit.ly/e7MRad
— Claire Carlile (@clairecarlile) November 23, 2010
— Gennady Lager (@glager) November 23, 2010
— JP Sherman (@jpsherman) November 23, 2010
@screamingfrog info is so much more complete than Xenu. Would like crawl depth option and ability to upload a list of URLs
— Richard Fergie (@RichardFergie) November 23, 2010
@screamingfrog the export option made my title audit of 2000+ pages go from a 2 week headache to get down to business in 10 mins.
— Don Rhoades (@TheGonzoSEO) November 24, 2010
@screamingfrog "The spider allows you to export key onsite SEO elements (url, page title, meta descriptions, headings etc) to Excel" – FTW!
— Andy Blackburn (@andyblackburn) November 23, 2010
A great all in one tool to scan your website from an SEO perspective. http://bit.ly/e7MRad
— Peter Brooke (@peterbrooke) November 25, 2010
Trying out the @screamingfrog SEO Spider for the first time… First impressions are good ones!
— Pete Handley (@ismepete) November 26, 2010
— Etienne Beneke (@etiennebeneke) November 25, 2010
@screamingfrog I will, just have to finish this 37K crawl :)
— Branko Rihtman (@neyne) November 24, 2010
This looks to be a very handy desktop based SEO spidering program – https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/
— Matthew Diehl (@matthewdiehl) November 24, 2010
@screamingfrog love the new tool, would be great if the images tab showed alt tags too though!
— Sarah C (@SarahCarling) November 23, 2010
@screamingfrog dude, I love the Pause/Resume option. Awesome!!
— Branko Rihtman (@neyne) November 24, 2010
— Kate Gamble (@kategamble) December 17, 2010
Xenu, the sequel :) https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/ #FTW
— Marc Elison (@marcelison) December 17, 2010
@screamingfrog taking the SEO Spider out for a run. I have got to tell you this is pretty straight forward. You've got a home run.
— Corey McNeil (@coreymcneil) December 17, 2010
Whoa this SEO Spider tool is kinda amazing – https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/
— MyCool King (@iPullRank) December 16, 2010
— Don Rhoades (@TheGonzoSEO) December 16, 2010
— Joe Hall (@joehall) December 16, 2010
Handy little SEO / URI crawler http://bit.ly/eVEkKA from @screamingfrog What tool(s) do you use to diagnose quick on-site SEO issues?
— Brian Chappell (@brianchappell) December 16, 2010
— Anthony Piwarun (@apiwarun) December 16, 2010
— ColumbusGEEK (@columbusgeek) December 16, 2010
— Mike Lemon (@MikeLemon) December 16, 2010
@screamingfrog Thanks for 4 your SEO lovely tool – it stripped out loads of Metas and titles for me in no time – sweet. http://bit.ly/fxfBhy
— Diana Grayhat (@SeoBuff) December 13, 2010
@screamingfrog its a brilliant tool, it deserves it!
— Yousaf Sekander (@ysekand) December 17, 2010
excellent tool for serious onpage #seo : screaming frog seo spider http://bit.ly/g1IeQ4
— Udo Kempen (@UdoKempen) December 17, 2010
— Ari Nahmani (@AriNahmani) December 23, 2010
Great how @screamingfrog includes user feedback to improve the SEO spider tool – great work Dan!
— Robert Nicholson (@RobBothan) February 8, 2011
Forget about XENU, Screaming Frog SEO Spider is an awesome tool: http://bit.ly/fmBSOc
— Jean Hugues Bretin (@jhbretin) February 8, 2011
— Tadeusz Szewczyk (@onreact_com) February 15, 2011
The quickest way for me to extract all URL's in a website is via @screamingfrog. Super simple and easy tool. Full marks.
— Etienne Beneke (@etiennebeneke) February 17, 2011
@screamingfrog That's awesome thanks Dan! Btw it's an awesome tool – any more/updates on the way?!
— Joanna Butler (@JoannaButler) February 18, 2011
Best crawler for SEO purposes I've tested so far : Screaming Frog SEO Spider http://t.co/BIFQdlj Good job here Guys! Thx!
— Mickael Boudni (@frenchxoogler) February 22, 2011
— William Vicary (@williamvicary) February 21, 2011
@screamingfrog Really like the tool, great work.
— David Sottimano (@dsottimano) February 25, 2011
— Dean Cruddace (@DeanCruddace) February 25, 2011
@screamingfrog really impressive tool Been playing with free version and the time saving is worth the small investment to upgrade
— Karen Fovargue-Moore (@kfovargue) February 24, 2011
— Austin Kane (@austinkane2) February 24, 2011
— Joanna Butler (@JoannaButler) February 23, 2011
— JP Sherman (@jpsherman) February 25, 2011
Great news for MAC users..The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is now available for the Mac – http://bit.ly/gBMjWq via @screamingfrog
— Prachi D (@PrachiDeshpande) March 1, 2011
— Alex Moss (@alexmoss) March 1, 2011
@screamingfrog Think I've died and gone to heaven. Love the tool guys.
— Gareth Rees (@ClearSEO) March 1, 2011
— Jonathan Schikowski (@schikowski) March 1, 2011
— Simon Goble (@simongoble) March 2, 2011
If you haven’t tried out the Screaming Frog SEO Spider, why not give it a trial now?