13 Mar '18, 1pm

The Battle of Web Crawlers: WebSite Auditor vs. Screaming Frog

The Battle of Web Crawlers: WebSite Auditor vs. Screaming Frog

Crawlability and indexing — check robots instructions and HTTP response codes to make sure different resources are accessible to search engines and users; Redirects — check for 302 redirects and meta refresh, mixed content, rel="canonical", etc. to make sure all the important pages of your site will be found by search engines and users; Code — check for the presence of frames (that can decrease the relevance of your page in the eyes of search engines) and W3C issues (that can lead to poor user experience); Internal linking — check for broken links that can negatively affect user experience and confuse search engines, and keep an eye on outgoing links, as pages with too many links may be considered spammy by search engines; Page speed — check for uncompressed resources and images, server response time, and the number of redirects to avoid negative user experience and reduce...

Full article: https://www.link-assistant.com/news/website-auditor-versu...

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