What do people think of Sitebulb?
I've been fortunate enough to be able to test out @Sitebulb as part of the beta release and I am also a long term user of @urlprofiler (also by Gareth and Patrick)
This is a great tool and I have had very few issues crawling sites in excess of 100k URLs
I've been using Sitebulb during the beta period, and found it really useful for any projects involving SEO, whether that's doing a quick overview and check, or a full website audit.
I've used most of the competitors, and it seems to be the best yet for being able to run a full website crawl and analysis in a way that's easy to understand and share. Which means I can easily use it to demonstrate to clients without having to explain reams of spreadsheets (which is nice).
Crawled urls by depth is a really nice addition to help locate bottlenecks with navigation and internal linking
Sitebulk is easily lives up to their homepage statements of being the most "powerful website crawler with the world's most insightful reporting system".
I've used plenty of other website crawlers, but Sitebulb has the most options to integrate with other tools like Moz, Google Analytics, Majestic, etc. Having access to all this data in one place is absolutely priceless.
If you're not a subscriber already, you should be. Especially if you do a lot of audits and use several different tools to compile data to give your clients actionable items.
Ive been using this as a beta user for some time and for the price you arent going to find anything else that points you in the right direction like sitebulb does. It makes complex technical issue easier to understand and the exports are super organised.
I never took SEO audits seriously until I started with the beta of Sitebulb. The interface is easy to use and the segmentation makes organizing and knowing what to focus on effortless!
I already bought a subscription - came here to support a great product!
The tool is really useful and affordable, and having been a part of the beta the development team was super responsive and active in getting / responding to feedback and making updates, and are obviously users / smart SEOs themselves so I'm sure the tool will continue to evolve and offer more cool / valuable features over time.