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Last 50 tweets from @screamingfrog
Love the new issues/filters added to the latest version of @screamingfrog.

Include: redirect chains, redirect loops, conflicting canonicals, canonicals unlinked, inlinks from noindexed pages, & more. Great stuff from Dan & his team of amphibious SEOs: glennga.be/3FAfGoG pic.twitter.com/QHmojQ1Z9g
Replying to @glenngabe
Cheers, Glenn! 🙌🐸
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog - lately google has been crawling urls inside schema and everytime our code is broken we get a 404 on GSC. Anyway SF can identify these while crawling?
Replying to @siddhesh_asawa
You could crawl with structured data enabled (screamingfrog.co.uk/structured-dat…), then bulk export the SD, and upload any URLs in list mode.
 
Today is a good day, I know @screamingfrog released this a few days ago but wanted to make sure I have the time to dig into this update pic.twitter.com/CTUf4rc3Nh
Replying to @_PaulLovell
Cheers, Paul - hope you're enjoying!
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
This helps! Forgot to turn on GSC connector
Replying to @siddhesh_asawa
Ah, good to hear! 👍🐸
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog any way to merge inlinks/internal tab with search console click data?

Oncrawl does provide a SEOvisit if log file has been uploaded.

Goal: identify top performing URLs and their avg crawl depth & no of links at scale.
Replying to @siddhesh_asawa
You'd need to be a bit more specific so I know what you mean. Welcome to send suggestions to us (support@screamingfrog.co.uk) with detail. The Internal tab has inlink, crawl depth etc and SC click data already in columns. Avg makes me think you're referring to site structure.
 
Screaming Frog Retweeted ·  
The Dec. 2022 helpful content update was released Dec. 5, starting to become more visible today & will take about two weeks to fully roll out. It improves our classifier & works across content globally in all languages. Our help page explains more: developers.google.com/search/updates…
Google Search's Helpful Content System | Google Search Central | What's new | Google Developers
developers.google.com
 
Replying to @stonetatara
hahah, glad you like 🐸👌
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog important question - do you sell the hoodies?
Replying to @MMATraining1980
Afraid not, Drew! Though we did sell some for charity previously, and we are due a giveaway, or similar soon. So watch this space...
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
"3 million Google rich result feature updates" ;p
Replying to @maxjpeters
Almost a full time job in itself 🥴😂
 
Hello @screamingfrog, Search Console API in v.17.2 doesn´t work for me (since today). Update to v.18.0 solved this.
But the progressbar of API is somehow buggy - It says 100% all the time. But it still works and gets API data. pic.twitter.com/YSrgicz7nY
Replying to @neologyc
No known issues in this area (for 17.2, or 18). So if you're able to send through any details (support@screamingfrog.co.uk) we can take a look? Cheers
 
Screaming Frog Retweeted ·  
In case you missed it, we released @screamingfrog SEO Spider v.18.0, including:

📊 GA4 Integration
🔗 Parse PDFs
⛔ Validation Tab
🤓 In-App Updates
✂️ New Filters & Issues

Download at screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider-18/ 👇
Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update Version 18.0 - Screaming Frog
screamingfrog.co.uk
 
Most of the time I wait to install ver .0 software upgrades, so others can be the guinea pigs; but with @screamingfrog I'm too excited to see what's new. pic.twitter.com/BDtBXWka26
Replying to @shendison
Enjoy my friend! 🙌🐸
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
Beginning 07 November, GA4 Data API has a limit quota to access event based. Is it also applied on screaming frog? Cmiiw developers.google.com/analytics/devg…
Replying to @kokodankiki1
Absolutely, the core token quotas will apply.
 
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog, question! How can i download a list of images from custom extraction? So I have the image file addresses, but now want to actually download the files. Is that possible?
Replying to @ElionMakkink
No, afraid we don't download/save the files. We have it on the 'todo' list, so will add a vote in for you!
 
True story: Once I opened up @screamingfrog and there wasn't a new update.
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
Hello. I'm still getting the 17.2 version update. Where can I get the direct download link for version 18.0?
Replying to @imzahickimse
Pop us an email if you need a direct link (support@screamingfrog.co.uk) :-)
 
In reply to @glenngabe
Oh, and congrats on the Word Cup win. Will be a great match against France next. Now that the US is out, we're rooting for England here in the Gabe household. :)
Replying to @glenngabe
Cheers, Glenn. Good win last night, though France are going to be a v different proposition. US had a great WC really, just needed a striker - bright future tho!
 
Great update!
Well done Froggers!
(especially for the autocomplete in the URL)
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
OMG… been waiting for PDF parsing!!! Thanks!!!
 
More new and useful features in the latest version of the Screaming Frog SEO Spider - Can confirm the GA4 integration works with "rollup" setups and multiple streams in GA4 for those that need it
Replying to @PeterMindenhall
Cheers for all your help testing that feature too, Pete! 👌🙌
 
Just seen @screamingfrog have their little Santa hat on their logo.

It's official.

IT'S CHRRIIIISSTMAAASSSSSS!!
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
Hello @screamingfrog , the download file is still the 17.2 version :(
Replying to @cyrilseo
It's def there, try a hard refresh :-) If not, send us an email for a direct link (support@screamingfrog.co.uk)
 
 
Best SEO tool, bar none. Congrats Frog!
Replying to @DannyRichman
Cheers, mate - appreciated! 👍🐸
 
Just released @screamingfrog SEO Spider v.18.0:

screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider-18/

Includes -

📊 GA4 Integration
🔗 Parse PDFs
⛔ Validation Tab
🤓 In-App Updates
✂️ New Filters & Issues

And lots more. Enjoy!
GIF
 
Hey, @screamingfrog! I have made some edits to my website code. In the browser when I check the Html tag, It shows correctly. But on Screamingfrog it's showing the old Html tag. Why is this? Tried to find a solution but failed.
Replying to @muntasiraonik
Generally caching. We don’t have a cache, so purge your cache, restart your machine etc. :-)
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog Boo. I'm building a data visualisation tool for the exported CSVs... how do you feel about others using "Screaming" in the title of the product related to yours?
Replying to @cwalkeronline
Sorry miles away. Generally can’t agree to use of our name, but welcome to send more details in (support@screamingfrog.co.uk) as we’d need to know more. Cheers
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog How can I export all inlinks to URLs that are non-indexable canonicalized? Trying to clean up links to these URLs.
Replying to @ShawnLHuber
Bulk export > Canonicals > Canonicalised inlinks :-)
 
In reply to @patlangridge
Love this. Dec 1st = full festive mode engaged. Enjoy.
 
 
In reply to @DanielCartland
Not yet but matter of time 😂
 
Screaming Frog Retweeted ·  
GO TEAM GO! @screamingfrog won big at the UK Search Awards 2022 🥇🥇🥇

screamingfrog.co.uk/screaming-frog…
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
Do you want to bet England versus France? I don’t know who’s going to win? Shame on Spain running up the score like it’s unsportsmanlike there should’ve been a mercy rule around two goals?
Replying to @thomaszickell
I think it's between Brazil and France. Suspect England don't quite have enough, but you never know! Japan really surprised Spain 2nd half, Spain were walking it and completely dominant.
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
Got to pay the charity @ParklandFLCares I owe you £180 courtesy of the founder of @ScreamingFrog, Dan Sharp & his uncanny ability to pick #WorldCup winners he put up the year of one of his tools and I lost so I’m happy Dan will be donating to your wonderful cause
Thanks for donating, Thomas! 🙌
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog hi, is there a way to crawl a website for only 404 status code URLs (without crawling the entire site)?
Replying to @wayitworks
Hi David, no afraid not. The only way we know a URLs response, and what URLs exist to be crawled is by crawling them. We don’t know that beforehand.
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
@screamingfrog
JUST IN: #Japan will play in the knockout stage with a victory over #Spain, and the Spanish also advance on goal difference. #Germany and #CostaRica have been eliminated.

This is a very clear case of a better team #ger not moving forward

cnn.it/3EXER35
Replying to @thomaszickell
Are you still going to win it, though?!
 
In reply to @DannyRichman
UPDATE - Just been in touch with @OpenAI. We are now in discussions about potentially creating a version of this app free for those who might need it. Exciting! Stay tuned.
What a legend. Well done, Danny 👏
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
May I ask you? How to see the internal linking and weight for each page on the site? To understand which page the weight goes to and than I need to fix the internal linking on my site. I remember somewhere I found a guide with your wonderful service, but lost it.
Replying to @SeroKuzen
👋 No probs! In the Internal tab, you can see unique inlink counts, and crawl depth. You can also calculate a link score, which is similar to internal PageRank - screamingfrog.co.uk/link-score/
What Is Link Score?
screamingfrog.co.uk
 
Hey @screamingfrog your guide screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider-clo… is amazing 🤩. I got only 1 problem: I don't want to crawl millions of URLs, our site has 10k. And I am not allowed to spend around 250$/month - so do you have an advice about the minimum config for the VM that works good?
Replying to @Basti2405
Have asked @markcporter who wrote that guide, and will be able to provide some more advice here :-) He's away today, but will come back with thoughts!
 
An amazing night at the UK Search Awards for Screaming Frog!

🥇Best B2B campaign (Lifestyle Packaging)
🥇Best PR campaign (Wholesale Clearance)
🥇Best Low Budget campaign (Kegel8)
🥈Best Ecom campaign (Kegel8)

Well done to everyone involved! ⭐️ @screamingfrog @dontpanicevents
 
 
 
In reply to @we_are_search
doubling down on the Prosecco. Clearly going to be a big night! 🥂 Enjoy guys! pic.twitter.com/IQAcmmnK4r
Replying to @OldMatt @we_are_search and 1 otherfalse
Pat is buzzing rn can confirm 😂
 
 
In reply to @shwnhll
I've just run a Force-Directed directory tree and it's raised a bunch of questions for me, but the /SEO subreddit doesn't allow images. Any suggestions for where I can get help to figure some things out on it? pic.twitter.com/r6Sj2OjxMr
Replying to @leekemp @shwnhll and 1 otherfalse
Pink means non-indexable URLs. Check out our guide here, which will hopefully help - screamingfrog.co.uk/site-architect…. Any probs, support@screamingfrog.co.uk 🐸👍
Site Architecture & Crawl Visualisations Guide
screamingfrog.co.uk
 
 
In reply to @chairsteinman
Some info from the Outlinks tab entry: Type: Hyperlink No Anchor or Alt text Follow: True No Target or Rel Status Code: 200 Path type: N/A No Link Path or Position Link Origin: Rendered HTML
Replying to @chairsteinman
Pop through the example to us (support@screamingfrog.co.uk). It might indicate it’s dynamically loaded, and hence no link path!
 
In reply to @screamingfrog
OK, sorry for this (maybe) newbie question ^^: this tips tells us whether or not google accesses content generated by javascript? I'm in ? #thx
Replying to @stonetatara
Sorry, slow reply - it just helps identify any potential JS dependencies on the site. The feature itself can help identify issues accessing JS content as well though!
 
Little tip - To quickly identify client-side content and links, switch to JavaScript rendering mode (Config > Spider > Rendering), look under the 'JavaScript' tab and relevant filters. Use the JS Word Count % and 'Unique JS Inlinks/Outlinks' columns.
 
 
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