Screaming Frog will never be able to find it. In some cases it is useful to see – for example with website redesign – whether there are older pages that no longer have links to and to be able to trace them. In that case you have to be able to track down these pages, they are also called the so-called orphan pages. There are a number of methods to find out. Method 1: Using List mode The first method is that you export a list of, for example, the last year or the last 2 years within Google Analytics and, for example, within Google Search Console, with all the pages that have been visited in the past, just what you think is necessary.
So when you go there – for example in Google Analytics – you go and report the behaviour, site content, all pages, select the time period you want, say things Singapore phone number list to make more than a year and export this list. You can of course also do this in the performance report in Google Search Console where you, well, there an export is made of all the tabs you see, but also in the export you will find the tab 'pages ' and there you can download the entire list. If you combine these lists in Excel and you deduplicate them for convenience, via 'remove duplicates' under the 'data' tab, you will have a nice clean but very large list that you can then import into Screaming Frog.
The course want to crawl this list and this was also explained in the previous video you can do a list crawl. So we set the spider mode to list and because we have already copied the list from our Excel sheet, we can easily paste it via the paste option. When we press OK, these pages will all be crawled. This may also include pages that you otherwise would not have been able to find within the normal spider crawl of Screaming Frog. Method 2: Google Analytics + Google Search Console link The next method to find unlinked internal pages, you can use the spider method. In that case we have to take a few steps.