Gareth is the software developer behind the actual software, and his pace is relentless - every day he codes like he’s running out of time. Whilst he embraces his role as the driving force, he is so easily distracted by the 'new and shiny' that he spends most of his time building things that are not actually on the roadmap.
Patrick prefers to take his time, and would rather things are 'done right' than simply 'done'. His in-built perfectionism is both a boon for QA and a massive annoyance to Gareth. Patrick writes the written bits in Sitebulb and seems to spend most of his time being abusive to customers in his beloved release notes.
Scott sits on the front line of Sitebulb support, and is responsible for making sure our documentation is in order. When he isn't spending his time telling customers to turn it off and turn it back on again, you will either find Scott cooking up a storm on his barbecue, or watching his beloved Denver Broncos (inevitably) lose.
Sitebulb launched in September 2017, entering a crowded marketplace of crawling tools with a number of well-set incumbents. As a result of the fierce competition, our approach was less 'how do we solve a problem' and more 'how do we make a better solution?'
We designed Sitebulb with a focus on making it easier for SEOs to move from big tables of crawl data to actionable and impactful recommendations. After some positive early feedback, we doubled down on this, and it has really been our calling card ever since.
This is why our Hint system makes it easy to prioritize issues, it's why we use plain English language in our outputs that can be copy/pasted directly into client reports, and it's why we have a full library of knowledgebase content that literally acts as a technical SEO training centre for our users.
Literally everything we do is based around giving better data back to the user, and we'll work tirelessly to keep doing this.
We now have a reliable, feature-rich product, and thousands of happy users, but the truth is - we're just getting started.
We’re a small team here at Sitebulb, but we try to do the right thing by supporting the people, initiatives and causes that matter to us. One of those causes the the global climate crisis which we’re currently facing.
Every month we invest in projects to offset the carbon footprint of the Sitebulb team, and the energy used by our users’ computers when running SEO audits. We also plant trees for every person that takes a free Sitebulb trial or subscribes to our newsletter.
You can see more about our drive for environmentally sustainable SEO on our climate positive SEO auditing page here.
Data has always been at the heart of effective SEO. We know this from years in the trenches working with our clients and companies, and Sitebulb was borne out of a need to get this data in a more efficient way.
We aim to make our customers’ lives easier, saving them time on everyday tasks and helping them become more efficient marketers - specifically when carrying out technical SEO work.
"Our mission to help small agencies and consultants do amazing technical SEO work, at scale, using desktop software."
We have always embraced the amazing, supportive community that fits around the world of SEO, and this is our contribution to it – software to help you do your job better.
These values reflect our nature, our attitudes and our ambitions.
Sitebulb has won awards at every ceremony we have entered, and you can read more about our dominance at the 2018 Search Awards here.
Sitebulb is a product developed by Sitebulb Limited, whose details are as below.
Company Registration Number: 12125600
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