Google Index parameter doesn’t work? See how to fix it!

 
4 days ago Google changed it’s interface and many seo-tools, software and services stopped showing Google Index parameter (as well as some other parameters).

Many users have to wait for updates.

But not SeoQuake users!

We know that everything changes over the Internet.

And we give everyone an opportunity to change almost all SeoQuake parameters manually.

You may change them right when you have a problem. You shouldn’t wait any second.

For example for Google Index.
  
Open SeoQuake preferences>parameters
  


  

then click edit on “Google Index” parameter
Here it is
  

[NAME]=Google index
[TITLE]=I
[URL_R]=http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=site%3A{domain|encode}&btnG=Search
[REGEXP]= <b>\d+?<\/b> of about <b>(.+?)<\/b>
[ALTREGEXP]=<b>\d+?<\/b> of <b>(.+?)<\/b>

  

URl – is the URL of a page where SeoQuake should get the information and the parameters that SeoQuake should send to it.

REGEXP – is the regular expression to grab from the results page.

ALTREGEXP – alternative regular expression to grab from the results page (if the first one didn’t help)

So what should you do?

just change the REGEXP and ALTREGEXP

to
  

[REGEXP]=<div id=resultStats>About ([0-9,]+) results<nobr>
[ALTREGEXP]=<div id=resultStats>([0-9,]+) results<nobr>

  

And click “save”.

Read more about writing parameters for SeoQuake: http://blog.seoquake.com/?p=69
  
See the video about writing parameters for SeoQuake: http://blog.seoquake.com/?p=598
  
Also You may download last version of SeoQuake here: seoquake.com
  

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