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SEOquake Parameters:

Here you can find new options for displaying data in SEOquake or write your own.

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Parameter name Author Details
Google PlusOne SEOquake Team Show
[NAME]=Google PlusOne
[REGEXP]=<div id="aggregateCount"[^>]+>([^>]+)</div>

Tags: google
Google index SEOquake Team Show
[NAME]=Google index
[REGEXP]=<div id=resultStats>About ([0-9,]+) results<nobr>
[ALTREGEXP]=<div id=resultStats>([0-9,]+) results<nobr>

Tags: google
Google cachedate SEOquake Team Show
[NAME]=Google cachedate
[REGEXP]=\s(\d{1,2} [a-zA-Z]* \d{4})\s*[\d:]*\s*GMT|(did not match any)

Tags: google
Google PR www SEOquake Team Show
[NAME]=Google PR www
[TITLE]=PR www

Tags: google
Google PR nowww SEOquake Team Show
[NAME]=Google PR nowww
[TITLE]=PR nowww

Tags: google

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To get an idea of how you can write a parameter for SEOquake, please, read through this article - Writing parameters for SEOquake.

In order to create a new parameter user has to open SEOquake Preferencies, switch to bookmark Parameters, press the button New and fill required fields.

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If you create some interesting/unique parameters and have a desire to share them with the SEOquake community, contact us via web form and your parametre would be shown under your name on the our website. In addition you will receive an account in semrush free for a month!

For those who are not acquainted with RegExp for JavaScript here is the link to Regular Expressions for JavaScript.