Whether you are an in-house SEO with years of experience working for a major online retailer, or you’re a novice just taking your SEO in-house, Sitebulb’s got your back.
When you’re in-house, it’s rarely just ‘a website audit’ that you need to do. And often you need to make your head squeeze into a range of differently-sized hats.
Sitebulb is both unbelievably comprehensive and endlessly configurable, giving you the flexibility you need to do ALL the on-site tasks that fall under your remit (unfortunately though it can’t help with all the de facto ‘IT Bod’ jobs that also fall your way. Try turn it off, turn it on…).
Unlike other desktop crawlers, Sitebulb writes data to disk as it crawls, meaning you don’t get the classic ‘sorry you’ve run out of RAM’ scenario stopping you in your tracks.
Sitebulb is designed for scale, both in the crawl capability and the intuitive reporting interface – instead of sifting through hundreds of thousands of rows of spreadsheet data, Sitebulb just picks out the issues for you and presents a list of prioritized recommendations.
Sitebulb Server takes scale to another level and can handle websites with as many as 5 million HTML URLs.
I use Sitebulb client and personal SEO projects. There is a definite correlation between the suggested technical improvements and rankings increases. Their support is also excellent. I had one issue and Scott pinged me a private video walkthrough which was very helpful. Nice work guys, and thanks!
Regular auditing is how you stay on top of all the bits of pieces of the website that change on a regular basis (or when the dev team FINALLY do those fixes you asked for…).
Sitebulb allows you to set up recurring crawl schedules so you don’t even need to think about running the audits, it will just do it in the background so that the data is ready for when you need it next.
And when the developers won’t let you crawl the website site during peak hours? No problem, just schedule your audits to run while all your customers are asleep.
Crawl credits are the single most annoying limitation about cloud-based crawlers. Since every URL you crawl is a credit you consume, you have to be really careful not to burn through your credits.
This means you can have your ‘whole site crawl’ project, and your top landing pages project, and your performance monitoring project, and all your competitor website projects, and so on and so forth…
I've started using Sitebulb as a SEO Contractor for Adidas. Shortly after signing up for it we've found it indispensable for spotting minor technical SEO issues at scale. Some of the technical issues that Sitebulb helped us tackle include international SEO targeting through validating hreflang tags. We were also quite keen to work with the platform's Audit scores to monitor the progress of our efforts over time and use Sitebulb's data visualisation features for better understanding our own URL and linking structures.
When you’re working on a site where things change rapidly and regularly, it can be difficult to stay on top of what’s changed (and why!).
Sitebulb’s in-built historical trends show you what’s changed at a glance, so you can spend your time figuring out if these are the changes you wanted to see!
To dig in beyond the trends themselves, Sitebulb also has a complete Audit Comparison feature, which allows you to compare changes between two audits for every metric that Sitebulb collects.
As an in-house SEO you have a vested interest in the website beyond just the SEO side of things. Like, is it actually a good website…?
Sitebulb gives you the tools to also audit things like accessibility, security, performance… and even spellings!
Not only that, but Sitebulb features sophisticated content scraper and content search features, for those ‘other’ tasks you may be required to do (ahem* competitor price scraping *ahem).
If you see some data in Sitebulb, you can export it. Pretty much anything. Into a CSV for those die-hard Excel lovers, or up into the collaborative nirvana of Google Sheets.
This can be single audit data for one-off audits, or ‘change over time data’ that can be used to power your own dashboards in Looker Studio.
This allows you to combine and present key data in a way that fits with company expectations, and satisfy those suit-wearing C-levels in the process.
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