What does a particular URL look like on the desktop and on mobile? And how the search engines view the URL? You can find out by visiting the URL and checking for yourself, or you can use Marketing Miner for that.
If you don’t want to analyze URLs one by one because you have a larger dataset of URLs available, you can put all of these URLs into the Miner Screenshot. Then you will get all the screenshots in one final report, which you can download in the PDF version as well.
Miner Screenshot might help you:
- When you make any changes to your site. Analysis of screenshots will help you to discover forgotten visual errors.
- When analyzing the competition. If you analyze a larger number of pages and want to see how specific URLs from competition appear on the desktop and mobile versions.
- When doing link prospecting, you usually have a larger dataset of websites that you need to get a quick overview of what they look like. The PDF version of the screenshots can be useful when you will need to differentiate between individual pages.
Get started by clicking on Create report button and specifying Domains or URLs at the input. Then write or copy the dataset of the domains or URLs to which you want to get screenshots for your desktop and mobile version.
If you need to analyze all pages on the web and have a sitemap available, you can insert its link into the tool. To do so, click on the Import From URL section in the left sidebar.
For a report to be easily identifiable, it is good to name it. Simply click into Your Report Name field.
Then click on the flag to select the country for which you want to get the data and finish by clicking on Next Step.
Selection of the Miner
When you are in the URL report, In the Content information section, click on Miner Screenshot.
When you are in the Domain report, In the Website analysis section, click on Miner Screenshot.
Nothing else needs to be set. Click on Get Data to start processing your inputs.
- Input: The URL you entered at the input.
- Screenshot: Screenshot of the desktop version of the URL.
- Mobile Screenshot: Screenshot of the mobile version of the URL.
When you click on the image in the report, the screenshot will be saved to your computer.
You can download the output as a PDF file in which you will see the screens of each URL clearly in one place.
Someone may also find handy an Excel or CSV file where are available all the URLs of each screenshot.