I'm starting a project with a friend in which we will be needing to scrape web store data daily to upload to a database and display on our own site. I need to keep everything in categories also; so basically taking a carbon copy from other sites to use.
We will be adhering to T&C and robots.txt of the sites.
To use an example:^( (B&Q – A UK DIY, decorating and gardening supplies warehouse chain).
We would be looking at scraping all the categories and…
Edit: I realise now the title may be a little misleading. Perhaps a better one would be:
[Guide] How To Replicate KWFinder Scores Without Paying For KWFinder
Note: I will be referencing mainly to^( in this posts so open it in a new tab so you can refer to it and understand what I am talking about and where I have got my numbers from.
Note 2: Yes this uses DA/PA to come up with a…
For example if you type in pretty much any term that includes a city/location keyword such as "new york roofing" into Google you will often find results from big directory/lead gen sites like Yelp and HomeAdvisor.
I wanted to ask how someone like Yelp ranks for all these pages and search queries.
For example using the NYC roofing search comes up with the following Yelp Page.
It's a search query rather than an…
According to BrightLocal's Local Consumer Review
^( of 2017
- "87% of consumers say that a business needs a rating of 3-5 stars before they will use them"
- "48% of consumers need to see up to 10 reviews before trusting the average star rating"
Everyone knows ORM is highly important in today's market, especially in niches such as eating/dining/hotels/B&B.
I'm offering the…
So a lot of people know about checking scores, metrics, on-page SEO, links, Search volume and all that when doing keyword research. But a lot of people don't a simple keyword difficulty checker that can be done by searching Google.
I'm talking about^( and the Moz article I linked to is a good cheat sheet for it.
Often I see people banging on about computer generated keyword difficulty scores and "should I use…