Bulk-Testing Structured Data Markup Using Screaming Frog

Custom Filters for Screaming Frog

I published a post yesterday on Moz.com about how to use Screaming Frog and Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool together. The concept allows us to test large sets of webpages for structured markup, such as the following:

You can read the full post here: Quick Guide to Scaling Your Authorship Testing with Screaming Frog

Here’s the YouTube video that describes the process:


Kane Jamison

Kane is the founder of Content Harmony, a content marketing agency based in Seattle. He's also the instructor for Content Marketing at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle, and an industry speaker at events like Mozcon, EngagePDX, SMX Social, State of Search, LavaCon, Wordcamps, and more. You can find him on Twitter at @KaneJamison.

Comments (2)

  • I’ve set up a similar thing on SF but sadly Google is very good at spotting bot usage and, even when crawling as slowly as possible, is throwing captchas at me after about 7 – 8 URLs.

    The only way around this I can find it to change IP address using a VPN each time the crawler is ‘blocked’, which makes this a manual process that you need to watch over still.. I’m not done yet!

    • You’ll need to use a proxy service to fix this – probably one with built in rotation. It will be much easier than manually switching VPNs. Search “proxies screaming frog” and you should find a few services.

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