What problem was your SEO department working at when you decided to try our crawler?
We needed to detect all possible errors in no time because Google Search Console shows only 1000 results per day.
What problems did you find
That’s quite a broad question. We managed to detect old, unsupported pages and errors related
to them. We also found a large number of duplicated pages and pages with 404 response code.
How quickly did you implement the required changes after the crawl?
We are still implementing them because the website is large and there are lots of errors on it.
There are currently 4 teams working on the website. In view of this fact we have to assign each
particular error to each particular team and draw up individual statements of work.
And what were they?
It’s quite difficult to measure results right now because we constantly work on the website and
make changes. But a higher scan frequency by bots would mean the changes are productive. However,
around one and a half months ago we enabled to index all the paginated pages and this has already affected our statistics.
Having seen the crawl report, what was the most surprising thing you found? (Were
there errors you’d never thought you’d find?)
I was surprised to find so many old, unsupported pages which are out of the website’s structure.
There were also a large number of 404 pages. We are really glad we’ve managed to get a breakdown of the website subdirectories.
Thus we’ve made a decision which team we will start working with in
You have worked with different crawlers. Can you compare JetOctopus with the others and assess it?
Every crawler looks for errors and finds them. The main point is the balance between the scanned
pages and the price. JetOctopus is one of the most affordable crawlers.
Would you recommend JetOctopus to your friends?
We’re going to use it within our company from time to time. I would recommend the crawler to my friends if
they were SEO optimizers.
Your suggestions for JetOctopus.
To refine the web version ASAP.
There are a few things we were missing badly: