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Robin Good: SEO Site Tools is a professional SEO extension for the Google Chrome browser which acts as website x-ray analyzer by providing tons of useful information about any URL you provide it with.
Besides providing a PageRank value for any page you are on without even needing to click on it, SEO Tools extracts this useful data from any URL:
1) External Page Data
- Google Trends;
- Google Indexed Pages & Domain Links;
- SEOmoz Linkscape;
- Quantcast Ranking;
- Alexa Data;
- Majestic SEO Data;
- SEMRush Data;
2) Page Elements
SEO Title & Meta Description;
3) Social Media
Measures how many
have been made on a particular page.
4) Page Terms / Tools
In this section, you can get some valuable information for keyword research, site speed, and more.
5) Server / Domain Info
Go to this section to see any publicly listed information about a domain’s registrant including the site owner’s name and email address.
This area gives you free SEO advice about what things you should be on the lookout for in your on-site optimization.
Each element is analyzed and detailed.
Get SEO Tools now: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/diahigjngdnkdgajdbpjdeomopbpkjjc ;
Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Robin Good
From the original article: "Title tags are the nuclear warheads of content marketing: While they contain only a very small mass — roughly 65 characters — they pack an unbelievable punch.
Because of title tags’ enormous impact on SEO, social sharing and conversion, content marketers should know how they work, and how to put them to work
Theoretically, title tags can be of any length. However, length and composition are greatly influenced by the fact that Google displays only the first 65 characters or so in search engine results.
a) Remember that each title tag on a website or blog should be unique, and completely relevant to the content of the page.
b) Besides appearing in search engine results, title tags are displayed in many other high-visibility locations, including in browser tabs and social media shares.
c) Title tags are the most important onsite ingredients for SEO because they explain to Google and other search engines what each page is about.
d) Explain well and your pages will enjoy higher rankings; explain poorly and Google won’t know how to match up your page to search queries."
Continue reading The Many Faces Of A Title Tag here - http://bit.ly/xyYScY ;
by Brad Shorr - http://bit.ly/zjRgss - @bradshorr
Via maxOz, Robin Good
Robin Good: Good article by Meghan Keaney Anderson on the HubSpot Blog. If you are somewhat new to SEO and to optimizing your web site, here's a simple and well illustrated six-step process that can you can follow.
"When it comes to getting your website found in search, little things can make a big difference. But sometimes it's hard to find the time -- or know where to start.
Here's an idea: Set aside 15 minutes in the next week to conduct an audit of what you think are 5 of your most influential web pages.
Then audit those pages with the following six steps to make sure you have all your SEO bases covered."
Here the six steps suggested (get the details on how to carry out each one in the original full article):
Step 1: Check Your Meta Descriptions
Step Two: Review Your Page Title
Step 3: Optimize Your H1 Tags
Step 4: Make Images More User/Search Friendly With Alt Text
Step 5: Optimize the Anchor Text of Your Links
Step 6: Leverage Calls-to-Action"
Informative. Very useful. 8/10
Via Robin Good
In this article by Kristi Hines, you can find six indispensable free and freemium SEO tools for keyword research, on-site optimization, link building, suggestions, and monitoring keyword rankings.
Here in summary the tools presented and a brief description about them.
1. AdWords Keyword Tool for Keyword Research:
All SEO campaigns should begin with keyword research. Google AdWords Keyword Tool is your best bet for a free keyword research tool.
2. SEO Book for a Keyword Research & On-Site Analysis:
With a free account, you have access to the tools as a keyword density analyzer, a page comparison tool to find keywords, an ad group generator for AdWords, and others.
3. SEO Site Tools for On-Site Analysis & Suggestions:
If you are using Google Chrome, then the SEO Site Tools is a must have extension for your browser. You can see the PageRank of any page you are browsing immediately in your extensions’ toolbar and you can get the rest of the information by clicking on the magnifying glass.
4. Open Site Explorer for Competitor Backlink Research:
A great way to find link opportunities for your website’s link building campaign is to research the backlinks of competitor websites. SEOmoz’s Open Site Explorer allows you to enter a domain and view that domain’s backlinks.
5. SEMrush for Paid Search & Keyword Ranking Analysis:
If you are working on paid search, then you might be curious about keywords competitors are ranking for organically and the CPC for those keywords. SEMRush will answer those questions.
6. Authority Labs for Monitoring SEO Campaign Results:
What is the point of a good SEO campaign if you are not monitoring the results? Authority Labs is a great tool for keeping tabs on your keyword rankings by simply entering your domain and the keywords you want to track.
Get in depth info for each one and how to best leverage its capabilities by reading the
full article here: http://j.mp/Ax1Pv2
Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Robin Good