Verify which pages/URLs on your site have been indexed using Screaming Frog

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How do you check which pages/URLs on your site have been indexed on Google? I am acutely aware that this subject has been covered so many times in the past, using various methods, from Paul Shapiro’s Phyton’s script, which apparently upset the powers that be, understandably, as bulk checking Google index is against G’s terms …

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Preventing migrations from flying south

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So far 2017 has been the year of the migration, with Google increasingly pressing on web masters to be secure and mobile responsive. Migrations however aren’t cookie cutter projects, and vary wildly in terms of both scope, complexity and risk. Switching to Https from Http on a small/reasonably sized website of a few hundred URLs …

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Judging a website’s reputation: Google search quality perspective

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Typically when people write about the Google Search Quality Evaluator guidelines, they focus on the content aspects of the document. The guidelines are however an invaluable source of information for a number of things, including how reviews and your overall online presence can impact how Google trusts your website (from a guidelines perspective at least). …

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Why information architecture is important to SEO

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A common aim between Information Architecture (IA) and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is discovery. Can users find and discover the content you have produced to meet their needs, whether they’re on a search engine results page, or navigating around your website? Previously there was a clear distinction between those wanting to provide good user experiences …

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SALT.agency to co-host technical event in Leeds

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We are excited to announce that on 27 July 2017, we will be co-hosting a technical unconference called Take It Offline (North), at Bar Soba in Leeds city centre. The informal yet informative hangout aims to bring together like-minded tech-heads from across the country to the north, to discuss and share ideas about what Google, Android …

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How to recreate aspects of Google Search Console in Excel using COUNTIFS statements

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Google Search Console (GSC) is very powerful software with many a useful tool, and there’s no way I could really recreate any element of it better myself. However, using Excel and some nifty formulas we can create a very reasonable emulation which gives us access to some added data that GSC doesn’t supply. For instance, take …

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