from where does seo tools gather info?
would anyone can tell me where seo tools gather information like google page rank, link popularity,…..?
to make it brief……….. just when you check your site’s page rank on some seo tool, from where it gets the page rank of your site and display for you?
thanks for your help
Using API, you can code this
For keyword research, why is there such a difference between SEO Book results and Google Adwords tool results?
Google is more likely to beat all the others as its the biggest and most comprehensive.
What benefits can you think of the new Google Webmaster Change?
I have listed a few benefits of Google Webmaster Tools here in my article:
What other benefits can you think of that can be used by SEO‘s to analyze the findings/performance?
is there a seo tool to tell me where my key words appear on google maps?
also if it could do organic and payper click would be good. if it was free would be great too
Google Analytics gives you the location down to city level in any country of the world… And it is free.
What SEO tools / sites do you use?
I have been out of the loop for a while and am looking for good resources to use for SEO research for PPC advertising.
I used to use Overture’s keyword tool to not only find good keywords but get a good idea of the number of searches on the keywords.
This tool is no longer available.
Google‘s interface doesn’t seem to have an easy way to estimate search traffic before adding keywords (unless I’m just missing where to do that)
The free version Wordtracker is ok (http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com)
Does anyone have a compiled list of good resources of SEO tools (both paid and free are fine, but I prefer free of course) that you use?
My bookmarks are way out of date from when I was more info this.
Looking for things like:
- keyword research
- estimate of PPC pricing on keywords and traffic
- tools to check my web site for errors / seo-unfriendliness
If you want to do a quick check of your website and for free, just search Google for “dead link checker tool”, “keyword analyze tool”, etc. And you should find some. You can also use Google’s free keyword suggestion tool:
Google Keyword Suggestion Tool – This tool is for analyzing keywords, their search numbers, as well as finding out a lot of variations and alternative keywords.
As for paid services, the best SEO tools that I have ever seen are from SEOmoz:
Crawl Test Tool – will analyze your site and identify the quick and simple tasks you have to do in order to increase your rank.
The Keyword Difficulty Tool – will pinpoint the exact keywords that are not exploited and will be the goldmine of traffic.
Linkscape Tool – will show you which links you need to rank and which links could actually get you penalized.
SEOMoz is maybe expensive, but is worth every penny! I have three websites with top positions on major search engines for a very competitive keywords, so I know what I am talking about.
Hope this helps!
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