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Hello friends, my name is Matthew Carter. I’m a professional link builder for a large SEO agency in New York City.

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An often overlooked tool, Bing Webmaster also has a full suite of analytics to help you analyze your website and search analytics. Create your free Bing Webmaster Tools account, add your website and verify your ownership of the site. Then create or upload your sitemaps. Once complete, you’re able to start optimizing your site and its content using Bing Webmaster Tools’ features and suggestions.

Google Trends gives you a clear picture of how specific trends change over time and how people’s searching patterns around it change. To use Google Trends, start by typing in a keyword. You’ll see the interest in that topic over time, which regions show the most interest, and other keywords people are searching for related to that query. This tool works best when combined with other keywords to show comparisons of trends over time.

Google Search Console (GSC), previously known as Google Webmasters, helps you understand how Google crawls and indexes your site. To use the Google Search Console, create an account and add your website as a property within the account. Once you’ve added your domain, verify you’re the site owner before you can access all of its features.

Bing Webmaster Tools can provide useful keyword research, reporting, and can crawl your website to identify issues. It’s a good way to get a virtual second opinion on your site or find any new information that Google Search Console didn’t reveal.

Here’s a breakdown of 10 of the best free SEO tools and software.

Google Search Console.

Rank Math gives your content an SEO score for each page. When you indicate what keyword you’re targeting, this plugin suggests ways to increase your ranking for that keyword. You can also identify and fix dead links on your site and redirect URLs to new pages.

While SEO is a crucial part of the content process, it works best when combined with other marketing strategies like content and social media marketing. You’ll get the most out of your optimizations when using both SEO and social monitoring software together. And these free SEO tools help you build a foundation to these strategies.

To know if your SEO efforts are working, you need to analyze your site’s findability to see where your traffic is coming from. You may notice a spike in traffic after making post optimizations, but that traffic could be coming from another source like social media. Google Analytics provides you with in-depth details about your website visitors, as well as real-time activity.

Ubersuggest is a free SEO tool that helps users generate new keywords and content ideas. This tool will give you a high-level overview of the keyword you’re searching for. It’s a great tool to use when looking for new ways to fill your social media or content calendar because the tool also shows you related long-tail keywords and suggests content ideas based on the keyword.

Rank Math is a WordPress plugin that helps you optimize your website content. It lets you add meta titles, descriptions and structure your data more easily. Simply download and install this plugin to your WordPress website to begin using it.

This free tool is great for some light backlink checking as well as analyzing your competitors. Even though you’re limited to viewing 100 links, it’s still a great place to start. You’ll see the total number of backlinks, links from referring domains, the site’s Domain Rating, and its URL rating.

Google Analytics lets you see how people interact with your website. Using Google Analytics, you’ll be able to see how many people are visiting your site, where your traffic is coming from, how long people are spending on the page and so much more.

When you do your keyword search, you’ll see the monthly keyword search volume, how competitive it is to rank for, and the average cost per click. The tool will also provide you the average number of backlinks that a site should have to rank for that keyword.

SEO can seem daunting to novices, but there are several free SEO tools are are just as powerful as their paid counterparts.

Google Trends.

Ahrefs’ Keyword Generator is a lite version of Ahrefs full tool and will show you the top 100 related keyword ideas when searching a keyword or phrase. To use this free tool, enter up to 100 keywords or phrases in the search bar. You’ll see a list of the top 100 keywords related to your search as well as their search volume from when the data for that keyword was last updated, and keyword difficulties for the first 10 keywords on the list.

As the name suggests, Google Trends helps you track the popularity of topics and trends in your industry over time. Use this tool to identify current trends and use that information to craft a timely and relevant content marketing strategy.

With an existing Google account, sign into Google Analytics and connect with your website. To get the most helpful SEO information, pair it with your Google Console account. When you link the two tools, you’ll be able to see the keywords people are using to find your site, identify your click-through-rates on those keywords and more.

Like their Keyword Research tool, Ahrefs Backlink Checker is a free version of their full tool that shows you the top 100 backlinks to any website you search. To use this tool, enter a URL into their search bar and you’ll see the site’s domain rating, the number of backlinks, and the number of referring domains.

Similar to the other tools mentioned above, SEM Rush has a free version of their robust tool. Not just for link building, SEM Rush can provide help with keyword research, on-page SEO audits, content optimizations, rank tracking and much more. Create a free account and access these features.

The Yoast SEO plugin makes it easy to optimize your WordPress site and identify gaps in your content. If your site runs on WordPress, install and activate the Yoast plugin to begin.

Best free SEO tools for analytics.

When creating content online, it’s important to have a search engine optimization (SEO) strategy alongside your content strategy. Doing so will ensure your posts are as optimized as possible. SEO tools can help you identify ways to improve the discoverability of your site.

The Yoast plugin allows you to improve and modify your content in three ways: SEO, readability and social. With Yoast, you can set meta descriptions, titles, canonical URL, and label index/no-index pages and other backend settings on your site. This plugin will assign every post a readability score by measuring sentence and paragraph length and other criteria. And Yoast also has excellent features to help you improve the shareability of your posts on social media.

There are several features to highlight about Google Search Console, one of which is that it can help you diagnose technical errors on your website. It can also help you understand what keywords or content are ranking for your site.

This tool gives users a taste of what Ahrefs’ full tool can do and is perfect for people who want to explore some industry keywords. In addition to the keywords, you can also see the top 50 questions related to that keyword.

The SEM Rush’s Backlink Analysis and Link Building Tool provides you an in-depth look at your backlink profile. The free version limits you to 100 domains in the Link Building Tool but you’ll be able to identify your referring domains and backlinks overtime, including gains and losses, and your backlink authority score. The tool helps you identify areas to improve your link building efforts or where you can gain more visibility online.

Throw in some social media keyword search tools and you’ll be able to cast an even broader net to learn more about what your audience wants. For more on how to marry your social media and SEO strategies, check our post on how SEO can inform social media marketing and vice versa.

Happy to help, Jon.

You’re welcome, Joyita. I actually haven’t tried SEO Quake in a while.

I’m not questioning that there are some great tools here, but a lot of them need to be paid for before they actually become usable.

Hi Brian, is there any tool which can be used to measure how effective a written content in for SEO ?

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.

it’s fantastic that Seobility made it on your list!! Thank you so much!!

Hi Brian, I loved this blog. I used some of the sites from this list but I didn’t listen the name of some of sites at all. Thanks for this informative article. I will check all of these sites.

Awesome tool. Thanks for sharing.

Great article on this I find Yoast to be effective on sever of the sites I work on. And Uber Suggest for sure is one of the most valuable tools when looking for a free SEO tool its incredible as a free tool.

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

Thanks for sharing this awesome list.

Thanks Ankush. I’ll take another look.

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

KWFinder is definitely not a free seo tool anymore. They’ve even restricted their free access which they were providing earlier. So, that needs to be updated.

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

Hey Nicholas, do you mean the links don’t work or the tools themselves?

We also launched some new stuff in the last weeks, a free SEO Check App on Android and APIs to connect Seobility with other systems or to build your own site auditor. Also I’m excited what you think about our TF-IDF Content Creation Tool.

SimilarWeb browser extension is also an important free tool for determining the traffic on a site and other things of the sort.

Great List. Thanks Brian.

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?

Great post Brian – I’m trying to find a cheap/free rank tracker that will just give me a couple of hundred keywords, something no-frills is fine. I’ll check out some of the suggestions here – cheers!

Nice, quite a few that I have never even tried.

Thanks for the list and greetings from Finland 👍

Awesome, Faisal! I love the insider info 🙂

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.

Thanks Jordan. I’ve only used Google’s lighthouse stuff in the Google Pagespeed insights tool. I’ll have to give the browser extension a try!

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