Rank Higher With These 7 SEO Tools

December 17, 2020

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Managing and optimizing your SEO can be difficult, especially if you’re not familiar with it. Fortunately, finding the right tools for your SEO is not that hard, we’ve listed them all on this blog. You don’t need to use all of these tools; you just need to figure out which one works best for your website and does a better job at fulfilling your need.

1. Ahrefs: SEO Keyword Tool

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Obviously one of the most important parts of SEO is finding the right keywords. Ahrefs is one of the most recommended SEO tools by all experts. It’s only second after Google when it comes to the largest website crawlers. The tool tells you what parts of your website need improvements in order to achieve higher ranks in search engines such as Google and Bing. To cover the competitor analysis perspective, you’ll probably using Ahrefs to determine your competitor’s backlinks and start using them as a starting point for your own online presence. This tool is also good for fixing broken links on your website, getting an overview of your best-performing pages (so you can see what information is attracting the most traffic to your website), and now you can use it for your site audits!  

The bad news is that it comes at a premium, yet it’s widely used by SEO experts, in fact its usually their favorite tool. Most of them say it’s the only paid tool they use. So, don’t worry about spending some money there, it’ll be worth it.

https://ahrefs.com/

2. SEMrush

One of the most used tools among SEO experts is SEMrush. It’s a marketing suite that allows users to evaluate their competitors and content with a quiet large keyword database and analysis tools. What most experts love is that they let you easily evaluate your ranking as well as identifying changes and new ranking opportunities. The SEO analyst at a famous branding agency once said “it can analyze your website on a full scale from SEO to SEM, backlinks, content marketing and rankings”. It is quite similar to Ahrefs and Google Docs, like them, it’s one of the expert’s favorite SEO tools. You can simply add your URL, and you can find competitors that you didn’t even know about. This can provide golden opportunities to make your website better on so many levels.

https://www.semrush.com/

3. Google Search Console

Well, the biggest advantage is that it’s free and available to everyone with a website. It’s perfect for monitoring and managing reports on your website’s. All you have to do is verify your website by adding a code to your website (we did a whole blog about this tool and it’s worth reading if you are interested). It’s so useful for new websites, because it lets site owners submit web pages for search indexing, and who doesn’t want that, right?

https://search.google.com/search-console/welcome

4. Sitebulb

You are an agency with many clients? Hard to manage all of them? This tool is going to make your work much easier. It lists your internal pages, meta information, external and internal links. It also provides useful information about anchor text, readability of your content, top linked pages, and also a crawl map with linked pages. It digs up specifics about how your website is being indexed and if there are any issues behind the scenes that needs your attention. BTW, since its visually based, it’s super easy to use and good for beginners.

https://sitebulb.com/

5. Screaming Frog

Have you ever heard of that famous frog who stood up for itself after being cornered by 2 cats? Well, this tool is named after that frog. It helps you identify technical issues and collects data, it also shows all elements on a site, the status codes and the meta information with a sizable technical info such as Canonicals and much more. Its most used feature is Link Score, which makes identifying the pages that doesn’t have enough link equity, so easy. What SEO experts love about this tool is how much time they save by just having this tool to analyze the website. “It’s the fastest tool in terms of giving you insights”, they said.

https://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/

6. Majestic

It was time for a great backlink tool recommendation, am I right? This tool has the largest link index database in the world! It includes around 500 BILLION unique URLs crawled in only 5 months alone. It has many helpful features like The Majestic Million, which lets you see the top million websites out there. It’s usually the go-to link index for finding opportunities or checking your competitors for most of the SEO experts. It’s easy to use and because of its unique way of finding back links, it finds you the sweetest opportunities. Other than all of this, it allows you to see an overview of your website and see how many backlinks you have.

https://majestic.com/

7. Pre-Post SEO

So, if you are even a little familiar with SEO, you know how helpful it can be with your rankings if you had original Blogs posted regularly. If you choose to ask someone to do them for you, how do you know if they didn’t just copy paste and sold it to you as an original? 

This site has a Plagiarism Checker part which can be so useful. It also offers Google indexer, Domain Authority checker, Word counter, Grammar checker, Reverse Image Search, and more features.

https://www.prepostseo.com/

There it is, the top 7 SEO tools that you are going to need to make your website better and attract more organic traffic to it. I hope you found this blog useful.

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