Google is in the business of providing a platform for people to find, organize and make money with their online information. A scraper is a tool used to help do all this – it’s essentially a program that will scan and categorize your site’s content, while also ensuring that it has no broken links.
Every time you look at search results, you’re seeing links from various different places on the web. If you manually build each link, you have to ensure that you have them all set up in exactly the same order and then maintain them for each page that you visit. If you’re building all your links from scratch, you’ll likely notice a number of “dead” links that are not getting crawled by your robots.
Scraping Google is really easy. First, you’re going to have to sign up for an account with Google. Once you have your account, you’ll want to download the Google Search Console application. This is the software that Google uses to crawl and categorize all of the websites that it indexes.
When you’re ready to use the google scraper, it’s important to remember that it is basically just a program. You can’t use the scraper without having a way to write the URLs of the sites that you wish to scrape. Google provides you with two different options for doing this: you can either use your web hosting’s built-in web management tools, or you can use a program called Squidoo.
For Squidoo, you simply click the “Squidoo” tab in the main Squiggle interface. The next screen will look similar to this:
Since it’s tabs, clicking the tabs that go towards the “URL” section, you can sort by “Name”Slug.” Next, you need to click the “Load Page” button on the top left corner of the window. After doing this, you’ll be taken to the URL tab.
“URL” is the “Page Title” tab, which has all of the info that you want about your page. Now, instead of typing the name of the page, you simply click the “Copy URL” button to paste the page name into the URL field. Finally, you can click the “Update” tab. In this section, you can click the “Refresh” button to update your URL information.
Now, that you have your URL and scraper set up, you can begin scanning your site and changing its URL. Once you have the correct URL for each page on your site, all you have to do is add in the scraper’s URL and the name of the page. By using a scraper, you’ll be able to quickly and easily crawl all of your pages and remove any dead links.