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SEMrush SEO toolkit offers a fully comprehensive set of SEO tools. You can view detailed keyword analysis reports as well as a summary of any domains you manage.

Key tools include the ability to audit your own site using the Moz Pro spider, which should highlight potential issues and recommend actionable insights. There’s also the ability to track your site rankings over hundreds or even thousands of keywords per website.

Search engines were designed to crawl, understand, and organize online content to deliver the best and most relevant results to users. Anything getting in the way of this process can negatively affect a website’s online visibility. Therefore, making your website crawlable is one the primary goals and can highlight any issues you have with your web hosting service provider.

2. Ahrefs.

Consider a website with hundreds of old, very low traffic pages with no links (e.g. eCommerce/news). Is it worth either 301 these pages to relevant key hubs or update the page with backlinks to the relevant key hubs without updating the dates?

In such a case, choose the pages with the best content and update them. Set up 301 redirects for the pages you do not want your audience to see and point them to the relevant key hubs. The key term here is ‘relevant.’ The 301 redirects should point to thematically relevant hubs. Otherwise, Google will treat them as soft 404s .

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At its heart, SEO developed as an extension to web accessibility by following HTML4 guidelines, in order to help better identify the purpose and content of a document.

The suite of tools gives you valuable information about your site at a glance: it can assess your site’s performance and observe potential problems to troubleshoot (like negative spammy links), help you ensure your site is Google-friendly and monitor Google’s indexing of your site.

There is both a free and paid version of SEO Spider. The free version contains most basic features such as crawling redirects but this is limited to 500 URLs. This makes the ‘Lite’ version of SEO Spider suitable only for smaller domains. The paid version is $180 per year and includes more advanced features as well as free tech support.

Reasons to buy.

Google Search Console (GSC) is an excellent way for newbie webmasters to get started with SEO.

Most webmasters may feel that social media backlinks are pointless primarily because they are Nofollow links that do not impact SEO. However, social signals are an important ranking factor for Google. People are constantly clicking on links they see in their newsfeeds. If you offer great content, then this can be a great advantage for you. That’s why, do not ignore social backlinks.

SpyFu essentially allows you to ‘spy’ on your competitors by helping you pinpoint the keywords your competitors purchase for online advertising and by singling out the words and phrases that generate the most traffic. In this way, you can keep a step ahead of other companies or services working in your industry and attract more traffic to your own sites.

Gauge details about number of visitors and their country, get a site’s traffic history trended on a graph, and more. The toolbar includes buttons for a site’s Google index update, backlinks, SEMRush ranking, Facebook likes, Bing index, Alexa ranks, web archive age and a link to the Whois page. There’s also a useful cheat sheet and diagnostics page to have a bird’s view of potential issues (or opportunities) affecting a particular page or site.

2. Google Ads keyword planner.

More crucially, the SEO toolkit allows you to compare the performance of your pages to see how you rank against the competition. For instance, you can analyze backlinks from other websites to yours. (this process is sometimes called ‘link building’).

Once spiders finish crawling old pages and parsing their content, they check if a website has any new pages and crawl them. In particular, if there are any new backlinks or the webmaster has updated the page in the XML sitemap, Googlebots will add it to their list of URLs to be crawled.

Pricing for Moz Pro begins at $99 per month for the Standard plan which covers the basic tools. The Medium plan offers a wider range of features for $179 per month and a free trial is available. Note that plans come with a 20% discount if paid for annually. Additional plans are available for agency and enterprise needs, and there are additional paid-for tools for local listings and STAT data analysis.

But how does a business know which keywords to target on its sales pages? How does a website filter transactional traffic from general site visitors? And how can that business increase its ability to capture targeted traffic from across the internet? Here we list the best SEO tools to help do exactly that.

Even if you’re not headstrong on SEO, whatever the size of your site or blog, Google’s laudable Search Console (formerly Webmaster Central) and the myriad user-friendly tools under its bonnet should be your first port of call.

I would just like to add that SEO Quake is a great tool that combines full-featured SEO analysis at one place and can be run easily via a browser plugin. Thanks Joyita.

3 and 4 do not currently seem to be working (1 & 2 are excellent)

Thank you so much for this post, this is a great list of SEO tools that I will definitely use for my future clients and my own site. Can you suggest a good tool to check for keyword density on a page, for short and long tail keywords?

Hi, I love the dashboard features of Siteliner and Lipperhey but am looking for a tool that as well as checking for broken links, duplicate content etc also incorporates website submissions to search engines. We currently use SEOprofiler but dont use many of the features we are paying for so am looking for something cheaper or free if possible?

Not that I know of. It’s something no tool (outside of Google) can really measure because there are hundreds of variables.

Hi Brian, Really nice post as usual. I use few tools from the list you described in this post. Such as, Google search console, Ubersuggest, SMERush, Google Analytic, KWFinder, etc.

My trustworthy duo is Yoast and Ubersuggest, I wholeheartedly recommend everyone to try em.

I only had a list of 25 to work with. So I had to limit them to Google-focused tools.

First time I’m knowing about DareBoost and Lipperhey and I am definitely going to try these.

Thanks for the list and greetings from Finland 👍

Great Article, awesome list of tools and website. I personally loved the Rank Checker tool you mentioned, until now I was using Bright Local but they didnot have any Bulk feature like seoreviewtools.

You need to be careful with Lighthouse Chrome extension. For measuring performance in “throttling mode” your computer power and use part of it. This means that for performance check for some specific site you will receive a completely different result. Another issue – you know, it’s an extension … and probably not the only one installed in your Chrome. Each of those installed extensions may have an impact on performance result, because of javascript injection. The results returned from pagespeed insights or web.dev are much more reliable than from extension (even if they return different values).

I think this article needs to be updated. Because UberSuggest is here with amazing features.

Thanks for this impressive list.

The best feature of this is pixels counting of meta tags.

Fantastic Article, some of those tools are very interesting especially Screaming Frog and free google tools.

Thanks for sharing this awesome list.

I’m not sure how you can call half of these free when all the free version gives you for example is like the first 5 keywords that would have been exactly the same in Google’s own Keyword Tool.

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