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Amber White

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September 16, 2016
Tatyana Kuzmina
September 15, 2016
Thank you! Please, tell me is there a trial version with all innovation? It is necessary to use it and to understand whether it can really help me to resolve my problems/ Thank you!
Hi Tatyana,
Thanks for reaching out.
If you trial period has already expired and you didn't have enough time to explore all the advantages of the new version, please write to us to [email protected] and we'll settle all the issues.
Thank you for using Netpeak Software products!
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November 3, 2016
Devin Poole
November 3, 2016
1. Does the Spider detect and report on Schema/Structured Data?

2. Does the Spider detect and report on Href Lang?
Hey Devin,
Thanks for contacting us.
The current version of Netpeak Spider doesn't report on the data you've mentioned. Could you please describe in more detail what kind of detection and reports should be made for this matter? So we can consider adding it to our development plan.
Looking forward to your response!
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November 9, 2016
Samuel Stewart
November 8, 2016
1. Ok, this explains how this new feature works, but can you explain how the internal PageRank is working in the eyes of search engines? 
2. Any suggestions on best practices, or how to manipulate the internal linking for better impact on search results?
3. Any plans on implementing in the future a feature that would illustrate the structure of internal PageRank?
4. Does rel="nofollow" have an impact on internal PageRank?
5. Do menu, footer and sidebar links pass any internal PageRank weight?
Hi there,
Thanks for reaching out.
1. When we were implementing this feature, we built its algorithm on the following:
– initial global Pagerank formula from Google developers;
– search engine recommendations;
– recommendations of this search engines' official representatives.
Thus, we can say that at least Google handles your website internal linking in the same (or very similar) way.
2. In this case, manipulation is hardly possible, however, you can change the website architecture, analyze and improve internal linking. There is pretty much information on this matter and it differs depending on your website.
3. We've also been thinking about this. Let's imagine that this feature is already released and you can see a visual graph with lots of connections like this one → https://dhs.stanford.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/peer_communities.png. How would you handle this data further?
4. Yes, it has a huge impact. If the link has rel="nofollow" attribute, then it doesn't don’t pass PageRank. You can learn more in this post by Matt Cutts https://www.mattcutts.com/blog/pagerank-sculpting/
5. Certainly yes. We're sure that Google detects link's location and maybe gives links in the low-visibility blocks less weight, however, the weight is passed. We're going to make some changes to how Netpeak Spider calculates internal PageRank and to consider such links in a simple form for now.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.
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November 10, 2016
Samuel Stewart
November 8, 2016
1. Ok, this explains how this new feature works, but can you explain how the internal PageRank is working in the eyes of search engines? 
2. Any suggestions on best practices, or how to manipulate the internal linking for better impact on search results?
3. Any plans on implementing in the future a feature that would illustrate the structure of internal PageRank?
4. Does rel="nofollow" have an impact on internal PageRank?
5. Do menu, footer and sidebar links pass any internal PageRank weight?
Hey,
Sorry if you had to wait some time for our response. We try to handle all the requests as quickly as possible and during the working week we reach out in less than 24 hours.
As for the post you've mentioned in point №2, we do plan to prepare some case studies on how to use Netpeak Spider and it will cover not only PageRank feature. Now we can't tell the exact ETA but I'll inform you when the post is released.
And as for the visualization, we'll for sure keep your idea in mind and we'll think about the ways of its implementation.
Do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any other questions or suggestions.
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November 14, 2016
Mike Anthony
November 14, 2016
Did I miss an announcement that Google turned back on Pagerank data? If not why would Netspeak pretend that it can calculate Pagerank
Hey Mike,
Thanks for contacting us.
Google has never stopped considering PageRank as a factor for website ranking. They just stopped showing this data. And Netpeak Spider calculates website internal PageRank in the same (or very similar) way as Google does.
If you have any other questions, just drop me a line and I'd be glad to help.
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November 15, 2016
Mike Anthony
November 14, 2016
Did I miss an announcement that Google turned back on Pagerank data? If not why would Netspeak pretend that it can calculate Pagerank
Mike, at the beginning of the post we especially described what PageRank basically is and how Google calculates it. Also, we noted that Netpeak Spider calculates internal PageRank – totally different rate which considers only website internal linking. With the help of this tool, you can get page relative weight that can correlate with a real weight, since the algorithm is aimed to learn how link juice is distributed across the website, where it is concentrated, and what pages burn the incoming link juice.
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November 15, 2016
Mike Anthony
November 14, 2016
Did I miss an announcement that Google turned back on Pagerank data? If not why would Netspeak pretend that it can calculate Pagerank
SamuelStewart, thanks for sticking up for us.
Mike, our CEO has more than 10 years experience in SEO, so we do have professionals in our team. We're sorry that you don't find our tool useful after all the explanations and, unfortunately, we can do nothing with it. We strongly believe in this algorithm and do not see any difficulties or conflicts. Anyway, thanks for reaching out. We'd be happy to help you with any other issues concerning our tools.
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December 13, 2016
Devin Poole
November 3, 2016
1. Does the Spider detect and report on Schema/Structured Data?

2. Does the Spider detect and report on Href Lang?
Devin, thank you for your message.
These features are indeed useful and we're going to add them to Netpeak Spider. I don’t have an ETA now but I'll inform you the moment this update is released.

We appreciate you taking part in improvement of our products. And we're always at hand in case you have any suggestions or just want to have a chat with us.
Have a fantastic Tuesday!
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December 22, 2016
Devin Poole
December 22, 2016
Perhaps there could be a future blog post with more examples. Especially for the RegExp challenged : )
Hey Devin,
Sure ;-) We're going to write several posts to describe the possibilities of Netpeak Spider in more detail. And as for using Regular Expressions, could you please advise us on some use cases to cover in the post? 
Thanks in advance!
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March 29, 2017
Andrew Geraldson
March 28, 2017
Mad Cats and Calm Dogs? Really? You've made my day :)
Andrew, glad to hear that ;)
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March 29, 2017
Jaden Madison
March 29, 2017
Super great that you've added PayPal, was waiting for it. Thanks!
Jaden, thanks for your feedback. We've got a lot of new super cool features coming soon, stay tuned!
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May 12, 2017
Jaden Madison
May 12, 2017
Thanks for the great job, guys :) Appreciate you've added Moz Spam Score, really lacked it.
Jaden, thanks for your feedback, we are always glad to hear from you ;)
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May 25, 2017
Andrew Geraldson
May 25, 2017
Well done! I'm loving the new version more and more :) And integration with specified Google services also sounds great.
We're so glad to hear such words :) Thanks a lot, we'll keep on working!
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June 9, 2017
Holly McKenzie
June 9, 2017
The first feature really rocks! :) It's so cool to view all the results of search in one table.
Hey Holly,
Glad to hear that! Thanks for your feedback :)
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June 12, 2017
Jaden Madison
June 12, 2017
Hey, looking forward to 2.2 version. It seems to be really awesome! Can we expect feature to recrawl URLs in this update?
Hi Jaden,
Yes, this option will for sure be implemented in v 2.2 :) We'll inform you the moment it's released.
Thanks for sharing your feedback!
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