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Grab the title of linking URL

Hey @sven,

Not sure if this is possible, but I'm looking for a way to grab the title of the linking URL like this:

Note: This would mainly be used, for example, for tier 2 in certain ways.

Tier 1 link:

Title of page:
<title>This is an Example -</title>

SER project with this as the project URL:

Looking for a way to have GSA grab the title of the page being submitted.

So I can modify a template and make say, a section that says "Resources" or "Additional reading".

Then SER would link to the Tier 1 posts (in this example) using the Title of the page instead of an anchor text.

The result (after creating a custom template for usage) would be:

This is a cool article, and more cool text that is amazing and everything.

This is an Example -

Preferably it would be a macro so multiple URLs could be used at once.

Let me know if this is possible.
Thank you!!


  • SvenSven
    use %meta_title%
  • Is it possible to use this macro more than once?

    I.e, listing multiple URLs?

    <a href=“url1”>%meta_title%</a>
    <a href=“url2”>%meta_title%</a>
  • SvenSven
    no thats impossible. The %meta_title% macro is for the main URL that is chosen to be linked for, not the additional one.
  • What if you have more than 1 URL in the project?

    I’m guessing even if you put 2x meta_title, they’ll both end up being the same title / URL?

    I’ll probably just end up manually pulling the titles then..
  • SvenSven
    The content of %meta_title% is fetched freshly when submitting. So it is always from the URL you are about to submit. If you use more than one %meta_title%, it's always the same content.
  • SvenSven
    Also no need to put the titles manually. You can also click on "EDIT" next to the URL input and get the titles from the "Crawl Online" tool.
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