SERPStat is a great app, but it’s limited to 30 queries for the free scan before you need to buy a plan.DeepCrawl has a very robust scanner and has a lot of extra features, but costs you $80 per month to start.WebBee is a free tool that does a lot of what Screaming Frog will scan, but has a few limitations, including a lack of technical support and only a single machine license.BeamUsUp is free and robust, but is only available for Windows. It does URL and meta data scans, duplicate content scans, and exports to Excel or Drive.Of course, Screaming Frog is still the gold standard. I really recommend saving up for it if you possibly can. … [Read more...] about Are There Any Good Free Alternatives to Screaming Frog?
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Reassess Content Relevance In Search Results Perform a thorough analysis of the types of content marketing assets that appear in organic results, especially for keyword targets that have already been optimized, but also for high-priority keyword phrases and themes. Bottom-line, are the objectives of traditional search engine results still the same as when you first evaluated? … [Read more...] about What To Do When Content Marketing Fails To Improve SEO Performance
It can also, if you wish, integrate with LinkResearchTools to import the list of sites you want to outreach to for link removal and manage that process as well, and even generate a Link Disavow request for Google — complete with notes in the disavow file specific to each of the sites you have outreached to, and the outcome. (Disclosure: I am an advisor to Pitchbox.) … [Read more...] about Tools, Tools Everywhere! Which SEO Tools Are Worth Your Time?
In nature, the most innovative occurs in the ecotone which is the area of convergence between two systems, for example, between a meadow and a forest or a jungle and river. In the ecotone, the most wonderous plant and animal life come from the ecotone as each system affects each other to generate new dimensions to flourish. I’ve always thought that online display can learn a lot from the data granularity and performance optimization of search and that search can learn from the creative aspect and audience and contextual focus of online display. Where two displines meet could be where the most innovation occurs in digital marketing as well? Think about what search professionals can learn when they apply SEM in conjunction with email, social, mobile, etc. … [Read more...] about Billions Of Years Of Free SEM Insight Through Biomimicry
Use keyboard shortcuts. They are a huge time saver. At the end of this post is a printable cheat sheet of the best ones. Constantly save your work. This is a good idea for working with any software, but Excel can sometimes freeze up with larger documents–especially if you’re using an older computer or working on many spreadsheets at the same time. Freeze panes. Use the Freeze Panes feature to keep important column or row headers on the screen when you scroll down or right. Hide anything you don’t need. If you’re just working on a few columns, go head and hide the rest of the data. It keeps the clutter down and you can work more streamlined this way. Format your document at the end. Don’t waste time stopping in the middle of a spreadsheet to get your fonts and colors se. You may end up changing them later and then you have double the work. Use templates when possible. If you are constantly creating the same kind of report on a reoccurring basis, try … [Read more...] about Excel At Excel For SEM Applications, Part 4