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Discussion in 'SEO and Marketing' started by saurabh2, Jul 8, 2019.
What information can you get from using Screaming Frog?
SEO Tools like Screaming Frog can check your website for many things. Some of the main elements a tool like this checks for is:
Page Titles - Is there one? Is it unique? Is it long enough, but not too long?
Page Descriptions - Is there one? Is it unique? Is it long enough, but not too long?
Images - Are they compressed? Do they have alt tags?
Links - Are they broken? Are they follow/nofollow? What redirects are there?
URLs - Are they free from characters? Are they not too long?
H1 / H2 - Do all pages have heading tags? Are they unique? Are they not to long?
Plus many other things.
The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is a website crawler, that allows you to crawl websites' URLs and fetch key elements to analyse and audit technical and onsite SEO.
Screaming Frog has its own free version, but that version is limited in functionality. You can crawl your site for broken links and link errors, page titles and meta data, your meta robots directives, your hreflang attributes, and it can find duplicate content. It can also generate an XML sitemap for you.
The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is a website crawler, that allows you to crawl websites' URLs and fetch key
Screaming Frog acts like a crawler of your website. Screaming frog is known as a spider of SEO. Screaming Frog is a free version but it has some limited functionality. Now we are describing some functionality of screaming frog-
XML sitemap- Screaming frog is used to generate an XML sitemap
Page Title- Screaming frog checks -
1. Title must be unique.
2. Generally, the title length is 50 to 60 characters.
3. Title length is not too long.
4. Only one title is exist
In Images- Screaming frog checks -
1.Screaming frog checks that all images have alt tags.
2. Alt tags should be the same as the keywords.
URLs- Screaming frog checks -
1.URLs should not be too long because Shorter URLs are easy to share and easy to remember.
2. Not use of special character.