Showing posts with label Top seo tools. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Top seo tools. Show all posts

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Top SEO Tool 2016

Posted by Bijendra Yadav
SEO Tools

1. Buzzstream
Buzzstream makes the messy job of email outreach and link building streamlined and organized. Make sure to check out their new prospecting and email-finding features.
Official Website:
http://buzzstream.com


2. Check My Links
If you do Broken Link Building, then you’ll love Check My Links. With a click of a button, this Chrome extension quickly checks any webpage for broken links.


3. Citation Labs' Broken Link Finder

Instead of hunting for broken links page-by-page, The Broken Link Finder proactively searches the web for them. Just search for a keyword and the tool will scour the internet for broken links…and hand them to you on a silver platter. Then you can hit up the Wayback Machine to see what the content was (and create something similar/better).
Cool feature:You can sort your results by how many people link to the broken link.


4. Citation Labs' Link Prospector
A industrial-level link opportunity finder. Link Prospector scans the web for link building opportunities like resource pages, guest posts, blogs, news sites and more.


5. Content Marketer

An excellent tool that finds contact information (ie. emails) and helps you reach out to those people. I’ve found that the contact info it spits out is pretty darn accurate.
Cool Feature:Content Marketer provides email templates you can use for outreach. They have templates for guest post requests, LinkedIn outreach and more.
Official Website:
https://contentmarketer.io/


6.DIBZ
DIBZ is a cool link prospecting tool. Just enter the type of links you want to build (for example, resource page backlinks) and it’ll get to work finding link opportunities.
Official Website:
https://dibz.me/


7. Disavow.it
Disavow.it turns your list of spammy URLs into a Google-ready disavow file. Good stuff.
Official Website:
http://disavow.it/


8. Domain Hunter Plus
Domain Hunter Plus is similar to Check My Links. But this tool also checks to see if the broken link’s domain is available for registration. Cool feature in theory…but I rarely find any free domain names with this tool. That’s because authoritative domains tend to get scooped up pretty quickly. Still a helpful tool for broken link building or The Moving Man Method though.


9. Free Broken Link Checker
This tool checks a website for broken links. Helpful for broken link building.


10. GroupHigh
GroupHigh is advanced blogger outreach software.
Despite the laundry list of features, it’s pretty darn easy to use. Just enter a few keywords to find blogs in your industry. Then filter by Domain Authority and last post date to whittle down the list to bloggers that are worth reaching out to. You can also reach out to them (and track your results) within the platform.
Official Website:
http://www.grouphigh.com/


11. Linkody
Linkody lets you know you when you get (or lose) a backlink. It also provides info on your new backlinks (like Mozrank and anchor text).
Cool Feature:Linkody emails you when a competitor gets a new backlink. That way you can swoop in and try to get the same one for yourself.
Official Website:
https://www.linkody.com/


12. Siege Media Embed Code Generator
My favorite infographic embed code generator. I really like how you can specify the dimensions of the embed code box.

13. Similar Content Prospecting Tool (SkyRocket)
This useful tool gives you a list of 120 pages that have already linked out to content on your topic (which makes them excellent link prospects).

14. Browseo
A nifty tool that reveals how a search engines spider sees your site. If you check out the screenshot below you’ll notice that search engine spiders get a very different view of our websites than us humans do.
Official Website:
http://www.browseo.net/

15. Google Analytics
If you’re serious about SEO, you need to use Google Analytics. Enough said.
Cool Feature:Go to “Acquisition” –>”Search Engine Optimization”–> Landing Pages. This will bring up the pages on your site that get the most impressions and clicks from Google. Look at the CTR field to see your pages that get the best click-through-rate. Finally, apply elements from those title and description tags to pages that get a bad CTR. And watch your organic traffic move on up.

16. Google Mobile-Friendly Test
Google recently started to downrank sites that aren’t mobile friendly.
But how do you know if a page on your site is up to snuff? Just enter the URL into the Google Mobile-Friendly Test Tool…and you’ll get a simple “yes/no” answer from Big G.

17. Google PageSpeed Insights
You know Google uses your site’s loading speed as a ranking factor.
Well Google PageSpeed insights tells you whether or not Google sees your site as lightning-fast or snail-slow. It also hands you actionable suggestions that you (or your web developer) can use to speed things up.

18. Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a suite of helpful tools straight from Google. You can see if you have duplicate meta data, how many pages you have indexed, security issues and more.

Official Website:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home?hl=en


19. GTmetrix
Google Page Speed Insights checks your site’s code. GTmetrix actually loads your site.
When I want to judge my site’s real loading speed, I always defer to GTmetrix. It also gives you recommendations for getting your site up to speed (literally).
Official Website:
https://gtmetrix.com/

20. HeadMasterSEO
Want to know if your 301 redirects are set up correctly? Or how about canonical URLs? Or maybe you’re not sure if your robots.txt files are blocking Google from indexing your pages. HeadMasterSEO lets you check these potential issues on huge lists of URLs with ease.
Official Website:
https://headmasterseo.com/

21. Lipperhey
Lipperhey analyzes your site for technical SEO issues and provides a basic SEO content analysis.
Official Website:
https://www.lipperhey.com/en/

22. Microdata Generator
The Microdata Generator makes creating local SEO schema markup a breeze. This is perfect if you’re a local business (or have local SEO clients).
Just enter your basic biz info (like address, phone number, opening hours etc.) and you’re set.

23. Open SEO Stats
A nifty Chrome extension that gives you fistfuls of helpful info with the push of a button. You can see a site’s Alexa ranking, indexed pages, page speed, whois, on page SEO…the list goes on and on.



24. Plugin SEO
A fast and free on-page SEO analysis tool. Provides recommendations to patch up any issues your page has.
Official Website:
https://www.pluginseo.com/


25. SEO & Website Analysis (WooRank)
This free Chrome extension gives you important SEO info from within your browser.
Just click a button and the SEO & Website Analysis by WooRank analyzes your page’s basic SEO metrics (like title tags that are too long). But the tool also hooks you up with other helpful info (like whether your site is mobile optimized and how fast it loads).
Yes, you can use this extension for your own site. But in experience this tool is even better for competitor analysis because it shows you the site’s Facebook and Twitter pages, what technology they’re using on their site, and traffic estimates…all from within your browser.
Official Website:





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Top SEO Tool 2016

Posted by Bijendra Yadav
SEO Tools

1. Buzzstream
Buzzstream makes the messy job of email outreach and link building streamlined and organized. Make sure to check out their new prospecting and email-finding features.
Official Website:
http://buzzstream.com


2. Check My Links
If you do Broken Link Building, then you’ll love Check My Links. With a click of a button, this Chrome extension quickly checks any webpage for broken links.


3. Citation Labs' Broken Link Finder

Instead of hunting for broken links page-by-page, The Broken Link Finder proactively searches the web for them. Just search for a keyword and the tool will scour the internet for broken links…and hand them to you on a silver platter. Then you can hit up the Wayback Machine to see what the content was (and create something similar/better).
Cool feature:You can sort your results by how many people link to the broken link.


4. Citation Labs' Link Prospector
A industrial-level link opportunity finder. Link Prospector scans the web for link building opportunities like resource pages, guest posts, blogs, news sites and more.


5. Content Marketer

An excellent tool that finds contact information (ie. emails) and helps you reach out to those people. I’ve found that the contact info it spits out is pretty darn accurate.
Cool Feature:Content Marketer provides email templates you can use for outreach. They have templates for guest post requests, LinkedIn outreach and more.
Official Website:
https://contentmarketer.io/


6.DIBZ
DIBZ is a cool link prospecting tool. Just enter the type of links you want to build (for example, resource page backlinks) and it’ll get to work finding link opportunities.
Official Website:
https://dibz.me/


7. Disavow.it
Disavow.it turns your list of spammy URLs into a Google-ready disavow file. Good stuff.
Official Website:
http://disavow.it/


8. Domain Hunter Plus
Domain Hunter Plus is similar to Check My Links. But this tool also checks to see if the broken link’s domain is available for registration. Cool feature in theory…but I rarely find any free domain names with this tool. That’s because authoritative domains tend to get scooped up pretty quickly. Still a helpful tool for broken link building or The Moving Man Method though.


9. Free Broken Link Checker
This tool checks a website for broken links. Helpful for broken link building.


10. GroupHigh
GroupHigh is advanced blogger outreach software.
Despite the laundry list of features, it’s pretty darn easy to use. Just enter a few keywords to find blogs in your industry. Then filter by Domain Authority and last post date to whittle down the list to bloggers that are worth reaching out to. You can also reach out to them (and track your results) within the platform.
Official Website:
http://www.grouphigh.com/


11. Linkody
Linkody lets you know you when you get (or lose) a backlink. It also provides info on your new backlinks (like Mozrank and anchor text).
Cool Feature:Linkody emails you when a competitor gets a new backlink. That way you can swoop in and try to get the same one for yourself.
Official Website:
https://www.linkody.com/


12. Siege Media Embed Code Generator
My favorite infographic embed code generator. I really like how you can specify the dimensions of the embed code box.

13. Similar Content Prospecting Tool (SkyRocket)
This useful tool gives you a list of 120 pages that have already linked out to content on your topic (which makes them excellent link prospects).

14. Browseo
A nifty tool that reveals how a search engines spider sees your site. If you check out the screenshot below you’ll notice that search engine spiders get a very different view of our websites than us humans do.
Official Website:
http://www.browseo.net/

15. Google Analytics
If you’re serious about SEO, you need to use Google Analytics. Enough said.
Cool Feature:Go to “Acquisition” –>”Search Engine Optimization”–> Landing Pages. This will bring up the pages on your site that get the most impressions and clicks from Google. Look at the CTR field to see your pages that get the best click-through-rate. Finally, apply elements from those title and description tags to pages that get a bad CTR. And watch your organic traffic move on up.

16. Google Mobile-Friendly Test
Google recently started to downrank sites that aren’t mobile friendly.
But how do you know if a page on your site is up to snuff? Just enter the URL into the Google Mobile-Friendly Test Tool…and you’ll get a simple “yes/no” answer from Big G.

17. Google PageSpeed Insights
You know Google uses your site’s loading speed as a ranking factor.
Well Google PageSpeed insights tells you whether or not Google sees your site as lightning-fast or snail-slow. It also hands you actionable suggestions that you (or your web developer) can use to speed things up.

18. Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a suite of helpful tools straight from Google. You can see if you have duplicate meta data, how many pages you have indexed, security issues and more.

Official Website:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home?hl=en


19. GTmetrix
Google Page Speed Insights checks your site’s code. GTmetrix actually loads your site.
When I want to judge my site’s real loading speed, I always defer to GTmetrix. It also gives you recommendations for getting your site up to speed (literally).
Official Website:
https://gtmetrix.com/

20. HeadMasterSEO
Want to know if your 301 redirects are set up correctly? Or how about canonical URLs? Or maybe you’re not sure if your robots.txt files are blocking Google from indexing your pages. HeadMasterSEO lets you check these potential issues on huge lists of URLs with ease.
Official Website:
https://headmasterseo.com/

21. Lipperhey
Lipperhey analyzes your site for technical SEO issues and provides a basic SEO content analysis.
Official Website:
https://www.lipperhey.com/en/

22. Microdata Generator
The Microdata Generator makes creating local SEO schema markup a breeze. This is perfect if you’re a local business (or have local SEO clients).
Just enter your basic biz info (like address, phone number, opening hours etc.) and you’re set.

23. Open SEO Stats
A nifty Chrome extension that gives you fistfuls of helpful info with the push of a button. You can see a site’s Alexa ranking, indexed pages, page speed, whois, on page SEO…the list goes on and on.



24. Plugin SEO
A fast and free on-page SEO analysis tool. Provides recommendations to patch up any issues your page has.
Official Website:
https://www.pluginseo.com/


25. SEO & Website Analysis (WooRank)
This free Chrome extension gives you important SEO info from within your browser.
Just click a button and the SEO & Website Analysis by WooRank analyzes your page’s basic SEO metrics (like title tags that are too long). But the tool also hooks you up with other helpful info (like whether your site is mobile optimized and how fast it loads).
Yes, you can use this extension for your own site. But in experience this tool is even better for competitor analysis because it shows you the site’s Facebook and Twitter pages, what technology they’re using on their site, and traffic estimates…all from within your browser.
Official Website:





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