As technical SEO specialists, understanding how Google and other search engines crawl, render and index our websites stand among our top priorities. However, getting the necessary data to analyse each of these areas is often not as easy as you might think. While we do have a detailed guide on
See, I love tools because I love action. I don’t have patience to read a lot of tutorials unless I am implementing the tips right away. I use tools for both learning and analyzing. And consequently I love tool lists: I am always on a hunt for new tool ideas.
Keyword research is one of the most important digital marketing tasks. Furthermore, it lies at the foundation of any business strategy or campaign you are planning. Keyword research provides useful insight into organic ranking opportunities, persona building, competitive research, product development — you name it! Another reason why I love
I often come across the need to create a large data set from websites that don’t use English language content. Most often, the translate-at-some-kind-of-scale-cheaply challenge occurs when I’m building product feeds, adding new products to one of my retail sites or rewriting product copy at some sort of scale (genuinely,
What is XPath? XPath is a major element in the XSLT standard. XPath can be used to navigate through elements and attributes in an XML document. Source. That means (in plain terms) you can select any element, or the contents of any element, attribute, table or meta object in the