Link Building with Screaming Frog & Link Detective

Like many in online marketing I have a standard set of go-to tools that I use for my day to day tasks. Two of these tools in particular save me literally hours a day, meaning I can be much more productive for each of my clients.

The two tools in question are Screaming Frog and Link Detective. Screaming Frog I use on a daily basis for 101 different things, but one in particular is for link reclamation.

What I do is download all the inbound links from Google Webmaster Tools (you can use other sources too) and copy the URL paths into notepad and save as a .txt file:

Once you have your newly named .txt file (call it whatever you like) we are going to open up Screaming Frog (If you have over 500 URLs you will need a paid licence) and upload the file.

Step 1:

Uploading the file – Go to ‘Mode’ and in the drop down select ‘List’


Next go to ‘Select File’ and navigate to your saved .txt file and upload it.

Step 2:

Once you have uploaded your backlinks .txt file you want to select ‘configuration’ from the drop down and select ‘Custom’


In the custom menu select ‘Filter 1’, ‘Does Not Contain’ and enter your domain name that you are checking against.

Step 3:

Now all that’s needed is to hit the ‘Start’ button to set it running and then locate the ‘Custom’ tab and export your filter.

What Screaming Frog will do is search all the pages you uploaded and return those that don’t contain our target domain within the search code.

Now we have a nice list of sites that used to link to us, next is just the manual process of going through the links and seeing which sites we would like to reclaim a backlink from and figuring out how to get the back. Use the waybackmachine to see what the pages used to look like when you had a link there as this may help you understand why they were linking to you in the first place.

On to my second favourite tool Link Detective. I use this for competitor analysis to quickly find possible linking opportunities.

To do this you will need to first run a competitors site through Open Site Explorer. For this example we will just use the 3bugmedia site.

You want to have the following selected on the Inbound Links tab to start with…

 

Now hit the ‘Download CSV’ button

Next make your way over to Link Detective and create an account if you don’t already have one, just follow the simple instructions to upload your newly downloaded OSE file.

Once Link Detective has finished building your report you will be presented with the following dashboard.

As we can see straight way, there are 16.43% of the links from an author bio, so if we export these links and begin a manual review we will be able to uncover some possible guest posting opportunities or if we look at the comment links we can see where the 3bugmedia author hangs out online. We can also see that 52.66% or the links are now dead links; this might be a perfect opportunity to try and gain the links that they have lost.

As you can see this is a great time saving tool as it helps categorise the link by type so rather than manually searching link after link for opportunities you can now quickly categories them into groups by their type.

 

A guest post by Craig Addyman from 9xb, Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Craig is an online marketing consultant, gym junkie and dog lover!

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Get Perfectly Optimized Web Pages for Free

The SEO industry today relies heavily on several different SEO tools to accomplish a range of tasks, such as keyword research, monitoring page rankings or even tracking backlinks. Today, there is a tool for everything. These tools not only save your time but also make sure that your job gets done in the smoothest and the most efficient manner. Getting your hands on the right SEO tools can make a huge difference as far as perfectly optimized web pages are concerned. At the same time, SEO tools and software come with a hefty price tag.

Today there is a big craze in the SEO industry to buy the fanciest of the tools available in the market. While this at times can really make a difference but at other times but you need not always spend a fortune to get perfectly optimized web pages. In fact you can actually get yourself perfectly optimized pages for free. The internet is full of underestimated free SEO tools that when used alone might not be as much effective. But collectively, they can put to shame any of the fancy SEO tools.

Here’s a peak into the world of free SEO tools that can make a difference:

Google and its tools

The search engine giant Google is the major focus of any SEO effort. It’s massive reach and user base have made it the number one priority when it comes to optimizing any site for search. Google in return has provided all the webmasters with a number of tools to help them optimize their sites.

Google’s SEO arsenal consists of several tools ranging from Google AdWords, Google Trends, Google Analytics, Google Insights and Google Webmaster Tool. A combination of these tools can get your site fully optimized and for free. You get all the information from getting the right kind of keywords to finding search trends and detailed analysis of visitor data. These tools can satisfy all you SEO needs and when used to their maximum potential, you could even get that elusive top spot on any search engine.

Copyscape

The web is driven by content and high quality content gives your site a status of authority and so do the search engines. On the other hand any duplicate content is bad for your site. Plagiarism has plagued websites for a very long time but not anymore. You can make sure that all the content on your website is 100% plagiarism free and that too for free. Copyscape is one such tool that lets you check if the content on your site is original. This can be extremely beneficial especially if you are accepting guest posts.

SEO Quake

Another aspect that is important to SEO is link building. Getting yourself featured on an authoritative website can boost your page rank quickly. The problem is to find these sites that are authoritative. SEO Quake is a free analytic tool for web browsers. This tools helps you to obtain all the useful information about any website such as it’s page rank, alexa index and many more such parameters. You can use this tools coupled with Google advanced search to get in touch with authoritative sites and get yourself featured.

 

Once you have these tools in your arsenal and if you use them fully, you can get yourself those perfectly optimized pages in no time at all. There is a great deal to SEO than just expensive applications.

 

About the guest author: Jessica Davis is a Content Strategy Specialist with Godot Media. She has years of experience in working closely with online businesses, helping them refine their marketing strategy through optimum use of content. Her other interests besides online content strategy, internet marketing and search engine optimization are- technology, sports and even fashion. You can read her articles at http://www.godotmedia.com/blog

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SEO Tools to Measure Success of Small Businesses

Measuring the health of your business requires more acumen than being successful itself. Success can come if you do some savvy tricks or invest big in a targeted campaign. More important than short term success however is more about staying where you have got to. For most, analysis simple means looking at the profits and feeling satisfied, but that there was enough profit this year doesn’t mean it is going to be that way the next year or the year after. Measuring success is there for a constant process, just as important as marketing and profitability itself is.

Measuring success is not only about comparing numbers and figures and charts, but also about knowing where your small business is heading. In enterprise level organization, special teams of experts take care of that, and helping in their endeavor are dozens of others from within and outside. As a small business owner, you cannot expect to employee or hire services of that caliber. Often you will have to depend on hunches and guess work, or even depend on word of mouth to take your business further.

However, there are some tools that you can use to make a near perfect analysis of where your business is heading. Some tools are free and can be downloaded and installed on your computer, for the other ones you will have to pay for the software or services, though they might cost you only the minimum. Here are some tools you may want to try.

  1.  One of the most widely used SEO tool for measuring is Google’s Webmasters Tools. You can gain access to it at http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools . Once you are this site log in with your Google ID and password and ever feature will be made available for you to use. The key sections comprise health, Traffic and optimization. The learning curve is longer but worth the time you have to spend. The notable feature that makes Google’s Webmasters Tools the most preferred is it is constantly updated.
  2. Next in order is the Bing Webmaster Tools. It is a little more user friendly than the other. Like Google’s tool, Bing too has a learn curve, though not so demanding. You will find the resources at Bing really great. If you want a deep understanding on how you want to use them, then try the FAQ section first. Before you delve deeper, first read the webmaster guide and then the other sections. The forums and blogs at Bing will also be helpful. You will find the tool at http://www.bing.com/toolbox/webmaster .
  3. Another tool you may want to try is Screaming Frog SEO Spider. Though a free analyzer, Screaming Frog is full of utilities. But what you may not like however is that you will have to be a mathematical genius to do the deciphering. However, if you can do that, or get it done by someone else, SEO optimization will become easier than ever before for you. You can get a copy of the user guide at http://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/user-guide/ . FAQ is available at http://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/faq/ . Good support is available for Screaming Frog. For downloading the free version go to http://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/ .
  4. This lot of tools is especially useful for Inbound Links & Keyword Rankings. You can use them in conjunction with the other tools, though you will not find them helpful individually.
    1. Bread and Butter of SEO at http://www.standingdog.com/blog/tips-for-a-well-balanced-seo-strategy/
    2. Open Site Explorer: http://www.opensiteexplorer.org/
    3. Majestic SEO: http://www.majesticseo.com/
    4. Raven Tools: http://raventools.com/tools/
    5. Advance Web Rankings: http://www.advancedwebranking.com/

Tools, remember, to be effective must be used judiciously. It is always good to consult a professional before you decide on any changes to your website.

 

About the guest author: Andrea Walters, a freelance writer for www.globalx.net – The Nation’s Lowest All-Digital Price Provider. with dish packages

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5 of the Best Free Tools to Help You Monitor Your Online Reputation

Everyone, it seems, has on online presence today. Businesses and individuals alike are all becoming part of the technological revolution, which has brought on numerous benefits as well as a few dangers. Many people are rightly concerned with their online reputations in this age of lightening fast communications. If you want to keep your name intact, try using these 5 free tools to monitor your online reputation.

  1. Google Alerts
    By most accounts Google is the number one search engine in the world, and a major force on the web in many other ways. If you want to monitor your online reputation, this is the most obvious place to start. Google Alerts is a free tool that gives you email alerts on activity related to your chosen keywords. Any time Google finds online mentions of these keywords, such as news or blog articles, it will generate notifications that go directly to your inbox. This is a must-have for any business or individual concerned with reputation management.
  2. SocialMention
    Social networking sites are some of the most popular and highly trafficked websites on the internet today, and opinions generated on them can spread like wildfire. As soon as someone makes a post, hundreds of friends have seen it, and many of them will replicate such posts for their friends, and so on. Social Mention helps you track any mentions of you or your company on multiple social networking websites so that you can monitor these virtual water cooler discussions. Never underestimate the significance of online gossip.
  3. TweetBeep
    Twitter, a web tool originally designed for news reporters, has grown into one of the largest and most unique social networking platforms in the world. Millions of Twitter users worldwide are connected by their followers, and they all have something to say. TweetBeep keeps track of any mentions of you, your business, your products, or any other related terms, and sends you direct email notifications when something comes up. Keep your eyes and ears open all over the world.
  4. Technorati
    The blogging world is the largest unregulated journalists’ community of all time. In the past, writers had to go through multiple rounds of editing and screening before they could hope to see publication, but blogging has given every opinionated individual a soap box from which to shout. This is both liberating and dangerous. Keep an eye on the blogging community using Technorati, an incredibly popular blog search engine, to monitor your reputation in this sphere of the web.
  5. Knowem
    In a world where identity theft has become as serious a problem as online defamation, you should never underestimate the importance of reputation management on the web. Knowem helps you keep track of any impostors who may be using your name or your company’s name on hundreds of social media sites. This will help you minimize the spread of misinformation and fraud as well as reduce the danger of identity theft. Keep your reputation intact by ensuring that you are the only one using your name.

 

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Getting Started with Google Analytics for your Blog

As a blog owner, it’s your prime duty to check the developments in your blog every now and then if you really want to do well. Google Analytics is the best tool to tell you where your blog stands in terms of its traffic or the number of visitors coming in.

Integrated to Google itself, there is no better tool to let you know how your blog or website is shaping up or where they stand when compared to other competitors in the market.

Get to know who is coming to your site and other detailed statistics of visitors in your blog. Here is a guide to help you setup Google Analytics for your blog.

Setting up an account in Google Analytics

1)      Create a Gmail account for yourself. Gmail is Google’s version of free webmail service.

2)      Now, go to Google Analytics and select the ‘Create an account’ menu.

3)      Sign in with your Gmail account ID that you have just created. If you want to use your existing Gmail account ID, you could do so.

4)      Keep following the instructions and get signed up with Google Analytics.

5)      Copy the tracking code that appears besides Web property ID. Make sure you have copied the correct ID.

6)      Click the ‘Save’ option at the bottom of the display.

7)      Now click on Settings -> Privacy in the dashboard and ensure that it is adjusted to “Allow search engines to index this site.”

8)      Now, in your dashboard, go to settings -> Google Analytics.

9)      Paste the tracking code you have just copied and select save changes.

10)   It takes 24 hours before Google Analytics can start working.

How to get started with Google Analytics – various things you can do.

Here are some things you can do when you start working with Google Analytics.

  1. 1.       Setting  your goal

Know what you want to determine with your blog. You can determine various things like marketing initiatives, ad conversion rates, ecommerce and many more. To effectively promote your website, set goals for yourself based on the results.

  1. 2.       Learning with different reports

Explore different options and learn how to read your basic data. As a beginner, you can do more with your Google Analytics account than what you think.

  1. Making use of advanced features

a)      Using custom segments to analyze and isolate specific traffic driving strategy.

b)      Create reports using the drag-and-drop interface with your preferred dimensions and metrics.

c)       Customized email reporting by sending regular scheduled reports to shareholders within a company.

d)      Simplified tracking using Adobe Flash, AS3 content and Flex.

  1. 4.       Maximizing ecommerce and online advertising

a)      Monitoring conversions, AdWord revenue and ROI.

b)      Optimizing keywords to have better ranking and get the most of your advertising revenue.

c)       Tracking email marketing, banner ads and helping yourself with other marketing initiatives.

d)      Linking keywords with ecommerce performance and other marketing campaigns for ROI details and other information.

e)      Do you have an AdSense account so that you can monetize your website? Want to link your Google Analytics accounts and AdSense account in order to get more insight into your website’s performance? Get to know which of your referrers and pages bring in most revenue and can optimize your site using Reports from AdSense.

All this in one single solution – Google Analytics.

 

This guest post is brought to you by Sandy Coops of cabletimenc.com, a site that offers savings and current information on service from time warner.

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How to Select the Best Tools for Local SEO

Search engine optimization is more than just an insider catch-phrase these days. Nearly everyone who wants to get ahead in the online arena realizes that SEO is an absolute necessity. It’s simply not enough to rely on stellar web design, word of mouth, and standard marketing strategies to grow site traffic and increase brand awareness. It is estimated that in 2011, anywhere from 250-300 million new websites were launched worldwide. That’s nearly a million a day if you average it out. And while you’re certainly not competing with all of these sites, or even a small percentage of them, you won’t be competing with anyone if you don’t engage in search engine optimization. However, you simply might not have tons of time to devote to the task. And if you also lack funding to put towards hiring a qualified service provider, you could find yourself behind the curve. Luckily, there are plenty of tools out there designed to help you monitor and analyze important stats so you can hone your strategy, saving time and money. The only problem is finding the ones that are right for you.

For starters, you need to understand that there are a variety of approaches to the process of creating a targeted SEO strategy, and subsequently, different tactics will require the use of different tools. For example, you may want to back off of link-building, which has recently become something of a dirty word thanks to Penguin (Google’s latest algorithm), and focus on social media instead. As a result, you might not find as much use for tools that compile data associated with links pointing back to your page (although honestly, you should monitor your inbound links at all times to make sure nobody is maliciously tampering with them). Instead, you may want to see data regarding social mentions, likes, and so on.

Of course, when it comes to local SEO, which helps you to focus on efforts in a specific geographic area, there are certain avenues you’ll likely want to explore, and there are a variety of tools to help you. But choosing the right ones requires you to consider several variables. For example, you likely want tools that meet your specific criteria, which could relate to functionality, cost, and issues like white label practices. You should also find out if the providers offer extras like training, frequent updates, and reliable customer service. But of course, the main considerations will likely have to do with how these tools can help your business on the local level.

In this case you should seek out tools that are multifunctional. You’ll certainly want information on local search rankings, as well as the ability to monitor local reviews. And you’ll definitely want a service that provides social media monitoring with breakdowns on local activity. These are just the bare bones of what many such tools entail, but they tend to be the most relevant these days, and all will give you the data needed to analyze the impact of your local efforts in the SEO arena. However, even the best tools can leave you with a heavy load when it comes to sifting through data in order to formulate a complete analysis. So if you have the capital available, you may want hire a Los Angeles, New York, or SEO Perth firm to see to your local optimization needs. If time is money, it might be worth the expense.

 

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Keep Track of a Video Link or Anchor Text and See If It Was Clicked

There has been so much hype lately about using videos together with links as part of SEO marketing strategies. How much better would it be for SEO specialists and analysts if they can actually monitor how many visitors click on their video links.

Aside from video links for SEO, what about video links placed in e-mail marketing campaigns or social media sites? Wouldn’t it be swell if somehow the marketing specialists can also keep tabs on the exact count of clicks for their marketing analysis and monitoring?

I do research and writing for IT and techie sites that focus on free apps. So when I discovered the free app, Was It Viewed?, perhaps I stumbled on a tool that can really inform anyone if someone viewed their video link.

Now you will be able to be automatically notified if a reviewer viewed a link to your new restaurant or if your e-mail sent to a job application was viewed at all. Good news for SEO specialists because now they can find out if their links are being clicked on or viewed.

Was It Viewed? can be a great marketing tool for online sellers for them to know if you read their e-mail. Was It Viewed? is a simple webapp that creates a traceable link that leads to you to find out if any URL from you was viewed. For example, if you sent a resume and have links that show samples of your online work, the trackable links will alert you if your links were checked out. The same goes with the person who submitted a video link for a college application.

So just imagine what good news this is for search engine optimization (SEO) specialists, analysts, and link builders who now have the ability to track or find out if the links they are sharing or using for anchor texts are being clicked at all. Not only will this be a big help in SEO marketing for driving traffic to client’s websites, it acts like content development tools to analyze where specifically to focus certain SEO strategies.

The link can be anything. All you need to do is enter the link in the webapp’s form, add your e-mail address for notification purposes, and any notes you may need to read later. This provides you with a long or short URL that you can send to anybody or attach to any document, image, or anchor text.

The only downside to Was It Viewed? is that the URL identifies itself as a Was It Viewed link. However, not anyone knows about this webapp though if someone does, then they would know that the link is being tracked. You can always shorten the link or anchor text to something like bit.ly.

Marketing and others aside, the simple purpose of this webapp is a way to find out if your link was clicked or just ignored. This specialized tool will really come in handy in situations that deal in job applications, reviews, and search engine optimization.

 

About the guest author: Eugene S. Kanlapan has been writing web content and SEO articles for the past 4 years. An English teacher by profession for over 10 years, he was invited by a friend to write articles for the internet for various companies and websites. He has never looked back since. He provides regular content for http://reaperseo.com/, harvestseo.com, michaelturner.us, as well as other websites and companies.

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3 of the Most Excellent SEO Tools for Bloggers

Blogging still rules as a premier method for publishing website content. With the sheer numbers of pages and sites online now, the need to practice up-to-date and competitive SEO on your blog is critical. It is vital for your SEO tactics to survive the seemingly constant changes in how search engines rank content. What then are 3 of the best SEO tools for bloggers?

1) Myblogguest.com

Guest posting is a well-established method for acquiring incoming links, which are elusive but powerful elements of SEO. Google loves naturally-earned backlinks. But it is time-consuming finding suitable blogs with owners who will allow you to post, as well as finding good quality authors to post on your own site.

Enter Myblogguest, a free site that connects blog owners and authors for guest posting. After joining, you can upload articles to their Articles Gallery without waiting for requests. Once you have added an article to the database, thousands of blog owners will be able to see it and ask your permission to post it on their sites. In turn, you too can search the Articles Gallery for content to add to your own blog.

To further support guest posting, Myblogguest has two helpful Forums, “Looking For A Blog,” and “Looking For A Guest Author.” Both list literally thousands of requests and offers for you to browse

As a guest poster, you earn a coveted natural backlink that Google and all the search engines will respect. It’s a win win situation for both blog owners and authors, and for you, an excellent SEO tool.

2) KeywordLuv and CommentLuv Plugins

These two WordPress plugins are powerful SEO tools because they encourage and reward commentators on your blog. Commenting establishes your site’s credibility, boosts your visibility, creates relationships and builds links. What more could you want?

The free versions are downloaded through wordpress.org and most users find them more than sufficient. Be sure your blog is dofollow to enable the plugins to provide backlinks. Premium versions are rather costly, but have quality reputations. For our purposes, the free versions are discussed.

KeywordLuv

Reward your commentators by allowing them to put their name and chosen keyword in an anchor text link at the end of their comment. The format, which is demonstrated in the comment box, is to enter into the name field yourname@yourkeywords.

For example, Ellen@theCookbookCompany, appears as “Ellen from the CookbookCompany,” where CookbookCompany is the backlink. Using Keyword luv will substantially increase your numbers of comments, lending credibility to your posts and attracting search engine attention.

CommentLuv

When a reader leaves a comment, Comment Luv automatically adds a link at the end to their last blog post. If they have registered their site at comluv.com, they will get to choose from 10 different posts. For their friendly support of your blog, they are rewarded with a natural backlink. Like with KeywordLuv, commenting is encouraged, with its accompanying benefits.

3) Google Webmaster Tools

You can access this suite of powerful SEO tools by typing “Google webmaster tools” into your search bar, then logging in using your Google account information. These tools will provide you with data you can’t get anywhere else. They show you how Google sees your website.

The first thing you need to do is verify site ownership. Click on the link for adding a site, and follow the easy instructions. Once verified, you can begin analyzing your site as seen through Google’s eyes. In preferences, set your email forwarding to send you notifications. Notices about problems like crawling issues and malware alerts will come straight to your mailbox.

The main tool categories are Configuration, Health, Traffic, Optimization and Labs. Within these categories are SEO tools to help you optimize your site to meet Google’s requirements for ranking. For example, under Traffic, you can see how many links are incoming, and to which pages, impressions per day, and number of clicks on links.

The category Optimization includes HTML Improvements, Keywords Content and others. Keywords Content is particularly helpful because it shows the top 20 keywords listed in order of significance, from which you can determine the focus and cohesiveness of your entire site.

Google maintains a Webmasters channel on YouTube with many easy-to-follow videos to help you improve your SEO. You can check out their channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/GoogleWebmasterHelp?feature=watch

On the whole, Myblogguest.com, the Luv WordPress plugins, and Google Webmaster tools are a great start for any new blogger. All of them are current and have stayed relevant through the recent Google algorithm updates. And even better, they are free.

 

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Best Web Analysis by Web Tarantula

The internet is a breeding ground for all sorts of sites, each with its own level of authority and quality content. This results in a very high level of competition in terms of SEO and the speed at which any website gains popularity. But to have the entire crucial analysis of a website in a single place without the use of expensive tools is a job only Web Tarantula can do.

Web masters have to optimize their site to get the most number of hits for a given time period and to make sure they build up a strong and loyal customer base on their site. To do this it is imperative that the site is optimized to the best possible extent in terms of keywords for SEO, Social media strength to improve popularity and most of all strong inbound links from authority sites in order to build up a good page rank on the major search engines.

A user of web tarantula simply has to type in the URL of a site he or she wishes to analyze and within a few seconds they will be shown a plethora of information ranging from page rank, keyword research, SEO score, Web Analysis, income and net worth, average number of visitors and such other crucial information.  This information is extremely important especially if you have a business which revolves around your website or is highly investing in it. It will give you the edge you need to improve the ranking and popularity of the site

A brilliant feature of this site is where it shows the part of the world from which the site was accessed most by the greatest number of visitors. This may not seem like much at first but in fact it will give you an idea of who your primary audience is and how your site should be altered to better suit their needs. Along with this it gives you historical data on how the percentages of visitors from different parts of the world changes and varies with due time and gives you an idea of how the trend works. The above information, along with the large amount of historical data, the website analysis, keyword analysis and SEO analysis done will give any webmaster a great helping hand when it comes to improving a site to meet the needs of the future.

 

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Top SEO Tools on SheerSEO

Search engine optimization has exponentially bloomed in these last few years. People world over have realized the importance of not just having a website but also optimizing it to be found via major search engines. The sheer amount of changes and competition in this field is overwhelming, but for those with the right eye for a good deal; it’s easy to spot the good SEO companies and the bad ones. One such great company would be SheerSEO which is a company having tons of brilliant features and services to offer at a reasonable price. Let’s have a look at a few critical features:

Position or rank tracker

This tool will let you know where you stand in popularity for a certain search term. Details include search volume for the term, historical data of that term, estimated clicks your site may get, and changes since the previous time the tool was used. This handy rank tracker gives you the data required to know how you have fared in your site’s optimization as well as the goal you need to reach.

Inbound link analyzer

Inbound links or links coming to your website trough other relevant websites add the most punch for SEO to your site. This tool will show you the page rank of the inbound link, the text used in the link, the ability to be used to increase optimization and most importantly the boost in rankings you get from each and every link. For example, consider the scenario if you have an inbound link coming from an authority site with a theme and content related to or relevant to that of your own site, in which the link has text containing keywords helpful to your site. This scenario will tremendously boost page rank for any site.

Directory submissions

Submitting helpful and useful keyword rich articles in directories further helps the SEO in your own site. A major problem faced by many world over is the sheer large number of directories out there. Submitting a single article to several directories would take an ample amount of valuable time. The tool provided will not only eliminate this hassle but also make life a lot easier for those who need to submit several articles on a daily basis. With a preexisting buffet of the best SEO friendly directories sorted in a neat list you will not be required to flex many muscles. You simply need to choose a directory from the extensive list then chose a category and put on a few finishing touches here and there. Your article will be ready to be submitted to various all the selected directories simultaneously with a click of the mouse. Furthermore the tool given by SheerSEO will remember your choices and details to be filled into the various forms which you would have to submit manually if you opted for the normal directory submission method.

In a world ruled by the internet and where a bad website can make or break ones business it is comforting to know that there are companies like SheerSEO to help everyone along with all of their optimizing needs.

 

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