To often you are unable to really utilize an SEO ( tool found on Google, they may require your contact information, only run once then require a subscription, most seem to be more a sales tool than an SEO ( Tool. Here are some tools that I find useful and that minimize the bull crap that can come with the most popular SEO ( sites.

SEO (”>https://smallSEO ( – lots of tools and I mean a lot. They offer 20 queries at no cost if you sign up for a free account….

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 – site offers an SEO Audit and makes general recommendations. I use it as a baseline preliminary test.

SEO (”>Domain Authority Checker – Domain authority represents how authoritative a website is on a scale of 0-100. It is calculated by Moz, an SEO ( software provider. The score is largely based on the quality of links going to a website, as well as the MozTrust and MozRank scores.

domain authority

I want to remind everyone that the url you type technically is a completely different site so as you see in the comparison of multiple addresses that lead to the same site there is variation.

My personal site will rank low … it is very new.

SEO (”>Moz Free Tools – several tools, requires registration then limited to 10 queries a day or so.

link explorer



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