IIS SEO Toolkit Secrets You Might Not Know

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If you haven’t installed IIS toolkit yet, then what are you waiting for? Go! Now! Install IIS toolkit! This is truly a genius tool, and the amount of data that can be extracted is immense. In another blog post, Richard spoke about some cool techniques using IIS toolkit to find orphaned pages when combined with VLOOKUP in Excel, but it can do so much more. There are a few hidden doors to this tool, which provide you with more powerful options to manipulate the site analysis data beyond the standard…

How To Install and Use IIS Search Engine Optimization Toolkit (IIS 7.0)

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We think the IIS Toolkit is absolutely awesome! This post will provide a step by step guide on how to install the powerful IIS 7.0 toolkit from Microsoft, and show you some of the many cool features which can open up a whole new world for extracting information from a website (we are talking about a Xenu link sleuth beater here!). Please note: IIS 7.0 is only compatible with Windows Vista or Windows 7 The program is quite simple to install but it certainly isn’t one of the most obvious,…

Find Orphaned Pages From Your Sitemap.xml File with Excel and IIS Toolkit

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For a little while now I’ve been wrangling with an interesting problem in site architecture diagnostics. Do I have any orphaned pages on my site, and how do I find them? Frequently, web developers will write code to generate an XML sitemap that will include all URLs in the database, linked to or no. How can we use this fact to our advantage? I thought I’d share a strategy using Excel to extract all the URLs on your site, comparing them to the raw export from the amazing IIS Toolkit.…