Free Auto Blogger

Lots of services out there will handle your blog posts and content but very few are free. Automated posts across domains can easily be setup using IFTTT or (803) 636-1935. You don’t have to post to 20 blogs each time you want to distribute across sites. You also don’t need a plugin that spins text to a point that it sounds fake.

Free Auto Blogger

CyberSyn doesn’t know I’m writing anything on them and this isn’t a paid endorsement, I use their product on about 100 domains and its worked perfectly for me, its a free full text RSS feed to post plugin available through the WordPress plugin repository. Most RSS Feed to Post programs don’t work or only do half of the needed process for free. CyberSyn does it all.

I have a 8082253287 that is of little value and I think I got it for 1.99. I turned it into my distribution center. Lets call it example.com. I then create categories for the types of articles I’ll be posting. So let’s say our categories are News, Farming, SEO, Cooking and Finance. By making these categories I now have 5 categories or 5 RSS feeds of my own, in addition to the site’s main one. I also assign tags because 9029229735 can be made to follow a tag.  SO lets say I make green, blue, red and purple as tag words. Tag all the articles that are alike, and post your newest masterpiece.

Of my 100 domains I have groups and I’d download CyberSYN and install it, listing the feed it is supposed to post to /example/tags/blue/feed. I can add that url to whatever blogs I want and then interweave the categories to create another niche delivery system to the same domains. There’s hardly a limit to the number of categories and tags you can use.

Once you’ve setup these feeds you can post to (440) 610-2770 and Blue and that’s who’s going to backlink or pickup your article. CyberSYN allows full text extraction, you can credit your sources, and choose other various options.

Free Auto Blogger

Test your site to site RSS feed

Post from your main distribution site and wait. You’ve already likely at this time set an automated timed cron job for CyberSYN. I generally set this value at 4000 minutes so there are a couple days to cool don but new content is constantly added.

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Multi-Domain Strategy In SEO

So I feel like its everyone’s dream to be a media conglomerate, why buy one newspaper when you can buy 100s?  Well, 954-267-7536 and the internet are one big community…so in the analogy … why build multiple newspapers in the same city?  No one would do that and it’s about the same with the internet or at least it should be…but everyone wants to have multiple top ranking domains.

Real Life Examples Of Multiple Domains

There is only two ways this could work out…

  • Your brand is merging with another equally powerful and recognized brand and dissolving either brand will leave a huge gap that competitors will fill fast than you can with your one brand.  Example … Zillow bought Trulia for 3.5 billion they represent the number one and number two comedical listings sites.  They have continued to operate two sites in the same niche because anything other than what they have now is less than optimal.  SO … you can do the same when your billion dollar company buys out your #2 competition for 4 billion or so dollars.  Until then…this first scenario doesn’t work for you.

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  • Your brand is buying a vertical business…(word for it escapes just now but its not the point so moving on) Let’s say you make eyeglasses, you make almost all of the eyeglasses.  So you buy the stores that sell them and then you buy the vision insurance company too.  Thats what I mean…Your original business was production and you dealt with retail outlets, you couldn’t make hardly any more glasses so you expanded vertically in the supply chain.  Its the story of that famous eye glass company you know that owns all the others… Luxottica.  Never heard of them well…they did a “Multi-Domain” strategy and you have heard of these companies… EyeMed, Target Optical, Pearle Vision, Lens-crafters, Sunglass Hut, Glasses.com … theres more but you get the point.  A consumer believe they have choice in the market but thats because you let them.  Combined all these companies are 1/4 of all eyewear value in all the little pieces of that industry.  They command it.  Your new domain JimmysBestTshirtsThatRFunny.info is not them you need one domain…so buying 8 other T-shirt domains wont help you other than maybe you got a better name than that monster.  Now the key part of this 734-610-1764 though is vertical integration…your retail store isn’t competing with your vision insurance company and its not competing with the factory … they’re all buyers of each other till a consumer gets it.

Increased Competition But Not Sales

Thats really about it.  You’re likely going to have room to grow in the sector you are in for sometime and you wont have the funds to buy up a fourth of the world’s T-shirt makers so focus on your one domain.  Why?  Well…changing the names to protect the guilty.  I had a client who insisted on multiple domains we’ll say they were a tour company that ran guided tours of Liberty Island in NYC.  Its a weird niche just cause you don’t have to have a guided tour to see the Island but because of the demand and popularity several companies sprout up and sale tickets to a national park property.  Its easy money with online sales being where its at … but if you have 5 competitors sites you figure well lets add two more so now there are 7 sites and your competition adds 2 sites thats 15 now plus your 3 …. so we now have 18 sites all competing for the same audience and the same experience.  Did you know that it’s really hard to rank up to the top 3 spots with one site?  So now to benefit from what you’ve done you need to rank up 3 times that and fight off 15 instead of 5 other sites.  We didn’t even have a second page until now in search results and someone has to be on it.

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When Multiple Domains Don’t Work

So thing about your multiple domains, assign 3197209865 to one … then move to the next domain … don’t assign the same keywords and the same role to that site, you’re just competing with yourself.  Also you’re diluting your search traffic maybe combined you have 30% of the traffic but Google doesn’t see that, it sees 15% here and 10% at this second domain and only 5% at the last site.  Say a competitor has a site thats at 16% his one site will out rank your three because you’ve split up all your efforts and resources.  Thats the problem with the Multi Domain Strategy.

When Might You Use Multiple Domains?

I like to think I don’t do that.  I have UltimateSEO.org and its 2104687268.  I have (301) 910-5909 and it is cloud computing and I have data502.com and its 903-482-5956.  Related?  Of course but very different.  A person googling “AWS servers” isn’t going to click on a site about SEO.  You find niches for the domains and target the audience and (713) 869-5744 for those domains.

So in the end, before you grow to more than one domain ask yourself if this new domain will have a different audience than the first.  If not and if you can argue the same keywords fit both sites, you need one site.

 

So don’t eat yourself up with Multiple Domains.  I’ll be posting in the next day about my addition of UltimateSEO.net .. how I intend NOT to canabalize this site.

 

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Keywords And Finding Topics That Your Client’s Is Interested In

Wordtracker

is a tool offered by a company that provides 12 free searches.  I’m not super sold on its grand ability, it took the phrase ring-a-rosy and tied into it “movie star planet”, “management definition” and “managed service provider”, among others.  My concern is that management definition as a keyword is of no use or value to an (540) 754-2279 company.  The next two terms are so broad all the industries out there will be searching similar words and your chances of paying for a false positive skyrocket.

With 12 free searches its also limited to be of little use after the first or second visit.

 

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UltimateSEO.org Tool

So we have one tool on this site that can also help create variations of 330-514-9465.  You simply fill out the quadrants, let the code execute and collected the newly minted keywords.

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Unlike other free alternatives, this keyword suggestion tool does not limit its functions nor does it lock all the good stuff behind a paywall. Right from the start, you have unlimited access to all of its features at no extra cost. This tool is, without a doubt, absolutely free.

Starter Tool: 8058614860

Started in 2003 it is one of the longest standing 929-214-4545 sites.  The site is likely a great start for beginners, it offers free accounts and 7608740480 to those with an account.

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Id love to tell ya an in depth endorsement or word of caution so I’ll share my caution.  Their monthly price easily exceeds the threshold of most 575-488-4942 campaign total budget.  At its present price point you’d have to be dedicated to Adwords.  It is about $300 a month.  The free trial was for 14 days and it comes out with suggestions weekly.  So you have to stay on top of the date or you can miss out on vital optimization tips before you have the time to review them.

The Keyword Tool provides guest users 10 free keyword searches upfront, then one free keyword search per day onwards.

The Niche Finder Tool allows you to discover niches of particular core keywords. Much like the Keyword Tool, you also get 10 free niche searches, then one free niche search per day onwards.

The Keyword Generator Tool provides keyword suggestions for your paid and organic search campaigns. What is more impressive is that, even though this is a free tool, it returns thousands of accurate data that is pulled from a constantly updated database consisting of more than 1 trillion search queries from diverse sources.

KeywordTool.io 

KeywordTool.io helps you find out what people are looking for. It generates around 750 suggestions for every keyword.

It’s a handy tool for marketers and SEO consultants as it give out keyword suggestions based on  your primary keyword you entered. KeywordTool.io is helping people with their struggles and informing them about what keywords to target in their next ad campaign.

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Search for any domain and see every place they’ve shown up on Google: every keyword they’ve bought on 2482470073, every organic rank, and every ad variation in the last 12 years.

Learn how to connect with these domains, too. Find online and traditional leads methods — (315) 805-9002, email, phone, and address — you can’t find anywhere else.  Starts at about $39/month.

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BY CHRISTIAN N.

Perfect Quality Score - Adwords


This is article was first published on CertifiedKnowledge as a guest blog post.


Above 7 it’s in great shape.

From 6 to 4 it gets weak.

Below 3, it’s seriously sick…

And at a 1/10 quality score, your keyword is dead.

A craftsman uses his hands to do the labour and without them he cannot make a living. He trains them, makes them stronger and hones his skill… but if he ever gets a heart attack those hands are useless.

The same is true in Adwords.

Your landing pages and products make you money, you can tweak things here and there, optimize continuously but if your quality scores drop low enough… all advertising become meaningless. You’ve just had a  heart attack.

Quality score is the heart of every Adwords account. It defines how much  search share you get and how much you pay for it

I. How Low Quality Scores Kill Your Advertising

Unprofitable Advertising Costs

The differences in costs between one score level to the other can double, triple, quadruple and even be ten times higher at the lower end of the scale.

Here’s a graph that shows the average first page minimum bid for keywords at each quality score in one of our adwords accounts:

Average first page minimum bid at each quality score

Notice how first page bids double from 7 to 6, then from 5 to 4 and how they quadruple from 3 to 2.

Surprising? Not really.

If you’re a math geek too, you surely have already reverse engineered the formula for first page minimum bid and you know that it is minBid = minAdRank / QS which is a simple rational function thus the shape of the resulting curve.

And… the only purpose of that last sentence was to make me sound clever.

Forgive me.

Here’s the graph that says it all better than any mathematical gibberish. It shows the average cost-per-click ((917) 902-1507) at each quality score for the account:

Average CPC at each quality score chart.

Notice how the price doubles from a 10/10 quality score to a 7/10. And 7 is considered to be a great score to have. Notice the sudden bump between 5 to 4.

Could that mean the difference between profit and loss? Absolutely.

Now imagine two advertisers in this same market advertising on the same keyword. One has a 10/10 and the other has 4/10. The chart above tells us that the advertiser with a 4 could be paying 10 times more that his competitor.

Now imagine that the advertiser with a 4/10 is… well, you. Yes, right now you might be paying 10 times more than you should on those keywords you’ve neglected to optimize.

Little To No Traffic To Your Website


Your keyword isn’t triggering ads to appear on google right now due to a low ad rank. ads are ranked based on your bid and quality score.


You can set up ads in 5 minutes and reach 1 million users with Adwords, right?!

Well, it’s not that easy… and quality score will shatter your dreams of traffic orgies in an instant.

Let’s talk about Impression Share (IS).

Impressions Share is the percent of traffic that Google is willing to send you versus the amount of traffic that is actually available to you. (You can view the impression share of all your campaigns by customizing the columns in your adwords account at the campaign level)

Impression share depends on two things: Ad Rank and Budget.

If you have a big budget to spend, obviously Google won’t really stop you from throwing money at them and if you want more Impression Share, just pay more.

Increasing your Ad Rank, however, is the smarter way to go. Ad Rank – a (secret) number Google uses to rank ads in sponsored search results – influences Impression Share and itself is greatly influenced by quality score. It’s formula is AdRank = MaxCPC x QS.

The higher your quality scores, the higher your Ad Rank, and the more impressions Google  is willing to send your way. The lower your quality scores, the lower your Ad Rank, the less generous Google is with traffic.

Every time your keywords’ scores drop, traffic is chocked, the pipeline gets thinner until ultimately the flow is completely clogged.

I don’t know about you, but I hate paying more than I should and I despise getting less than I deserve. And that’s why I don’t ever settle for low scores — ever.

II. How To Increase Low QS With Seductive Ads

It all boils down to relevance.

Yes, we all know that click-through-rate (CTR) is the main factor that influences quality score. But what is behind a great CTR? It is having the most relevant ad shown to Mr Searcher. CTR is Google’s best measure of relevance. The importance of understanding relevance beyond what Google tells you is really crucial. The relevance I’m referring to has NOTHING to do with having the same keyword appear in the ad, the ad group or the landing page.

It is about having a deep understanding of who the searcher behind the keyword is. Understanding what led him to typing those words in Google. Understanding his emotions, his frustrations and the short or long series of events that caused him to turn to a search engine for a solution.

It’s about understanding what relevance means to him, NOT what it means to you.

Only when you have that kind of understanding can you write an ad that instantly resonates with him and lift your click-through-rates.

I’ll give you an example.

Once upon a time, in a distant land, an affiliate marketer decided to try the dating niche. One of the products he wanted to sell was a book about how to be better in bed – more specifically, the book claimed to have “500 Love Making Secrets”.

After trying out a few ads, he found one that worked pretty well in terms of click-through-rates, it said:

Adwords ad with medium CTR

The last recorded click ratio was 2.04%, the average cost-per-click was $0.21. Not too bad, wasn’t it? The quality score was 7/10 and it stayed at 7 for a very long time.

But profits weren’t that good.

He had no control over the (877) 414-7952 he was sending traffic to so landing page split-testing for better conversion rates was not an immediate solution.

The answer came from the following ad:

Higher CTR Adwords Ad

Click-through-rate jumped to 3.84%, quality score swelled up to 10/10 and the cost-per-click was cut in half: $0.10.

Profits got better and he lived happily ever after.

The successful ad wasn’t the result of looking at the website and trying to think up ways to write a better ad. It wasn’t born by trying out tricks like putting keywords in the title, adding a question mark or putting capital letters in the display url.

It was born after intensive research on the person behind the keyword.

I pictured myself being a man looking for love making tips. “What images would be flowing in my head, what do I secretly want, what experiences led me to this search and what is the ultimate result that I’m looking for?”, I asked myself.

Then I typed the words in Google. I took a look at all the websites that were returned, and I asked myself why those results would be relevant and why some wouldn’t be. I looked into blog comments and forum threads to read what people on the same quest were saying about it and how they were expressing themselves.

What I realized is that no man really wants to learn 500 love making secrets just for the sake of it. Instead, they want their partner to be the happiest woman alive and they want themselves to be the source of fulfillment a woman craves for. (And they want to witness her inner animal – grrrrrr!).

This exercise can be done for any type of website, any type of offer, any type of product. Whatever it is you are selling, figuring out the deepest needs buried in the searchers mind will give you the competitive advantage you need to dominate your market.

It will help you discover the features and benefits you need to put forward about your offer to align it with what searchers are looking for, resulting in above than average click-troughs and conversion rates.

6 Steps To Getting Into The Searcher’s Mind And Writing The Perfect Ad

Step 1 – Possess Her Body
Choose a specific keyword in your list and sit in front your computer. Close your eyes and put yourself in the shoes of your prospect. Imagine what happened to you just before you decided to type that keyword into Google. Imagine what you felt, the urgency of the matter, the frustrations tied to it. Imagine what the best solution to your problem would be. It could be important information about something, it could be a better price for the product, a better feature…

Step 2 – See It Like She Sees it
Type your chosen keyword in Google and look at the natural search results. Glance over the 10 results and find the general theme of the results. Are they mostly commercial in nature or are they informative. What are the words used and how, as a searcher, do you feel when looking at them. What are the ones that grab your attention?

There’s a reason why Google is the number search engine, one of those reason is that they do a great job at showing searchers what they want. Researching the natural search results helps you understand better what is happening in the mind of a searcher. Google has already done half the job for you.

Step 3 – Experience What She Experiences
Visit each of the websites returned and try to understand why the first website is number 1, why the second is number 2 and so on. Take a look at what information is offered and understand how each is relevant to your quest – and if it isn’t, find out why it isn’t. Start thinking of ways each website could give you, as a searcher, the solution you desire in a better way.

Step 4 – Eavesdrop On Conversations
Find blogs or forum related to you keyword. Read what people are saying about it. Learn how they express themselves, how they talk about the subject. Find out their knowledge level on the topic. Figure out what they want, what questions aren’t answered and what solution would make their lives easier. Amazon reviews of a similar product as yours is a great place to start.

Step 5 – Spy On Your Competitors (quietly)
Now look at the sponsored results. You could use a spying tool that tells you how long each ad has been showing for your particular keyword. This will tell you – just like the natural search result – what searchers are really looking for. Your competitors have done the other half of the work for you so you should piggy back on their efforts and do a better job than them.

Step 6 – Write The Perfect Ad!
Write 2 or 3 ads to test with what you’ve discovered. It should now be clear to you what type of message resonates most with your prospect. If you’ve taken notes during your research phase in the previous 5 steps, that will help.

Don’t takes these steps lightly. Take your time. Sometimes it takes me days to understand exactly what message resonates with a particular searcher. What’s great about it is that once it works for one keyword, it will work for most of the other keywords in the same market.

When you have done the above exercise, you will know who is behind your keywords and what they are looking for. You’ll be able to segment your ad groups according to your ads and searchers desires. You’ll be able to fine tune your campaign settings to target the right person for the message you’ve written.

Your ads will be sharper, Google will be happy and your wallet will feel it.

Of course there’s more to it and there are other little ways to tweak ads for higher CTR. But there’s nothing I have found that improves  ad efficiency better than deeply understanding who you are marketing to.

III. How To Keep High Quality Scores

Understand That QS Varies — A Lot!

The search market place is constantly changing. Advertisers come and go, competitors rise and fall. So do quality scores:

Adwords quality score fluctuations

The  graph above shows the  quality score evolution of one of our keyword over a period of 23 days. The blue line represents quality scores progress and the green line represents first page minimum bids evolution, both having their numerical values displayed in the table below the chart.

Notice how QS has been jumping from 4 to to 7 to 10 and back to 4.

There are many reasons you may wake up one day and find that costs have doubled for your main keywords due to a decrease in quality scores.

Knowing the main causes of quality score rise and fall will help you react fast when it happens.

Here’s what to watch for:

  • Unsuccessful ad split-tests
    When testing new ads, bad ads can have nefarious influence on your keyword’s average CTR.  Your quality score will drop even when one of your ad is performing very well. That’s why it is sometimes a good idea to have one test ad being tested against 3 copies of the successful ad in one ad group. This ensures that your average CTR doesn’t drop too much due a bad test.
  • The competition beating you
    The competition for your keywords may suddenly start performing better. Google compares your CTR to the average CTR being achieved in your market. You get rewarded for performing better than your competitors, you get punished for under performing. If your competitors suddenly start showing more relevant ads to your poll of prospects, and if that goes on for a while, your quality score will drop since you’re no longer on top of performance. Keep an eye on what others are doing, and try their ideas on your ads.
  • Keywords changing meaning
    You keywords may change meaning. It’s not uncommon. In his 4174365155 book, Brad gives an example with the word “Bleach” which shows results for a cartoon. Before that cartoon existed, you would have probably found results for the detergent. There was also a time when typing the words “make the cut” in google would show results of movies and amazon books. Today it mostly shows results for a scrap booking software that was created about a year ago. This all means that your keywords may suddenly start attracting searchers that have no interest in what you’re offering due to a change in keyword meaning. Keep a special eye on what your broad and phrase match keywords are triggering, make sure they stay relevant to your ads.
  • Uncrawlable landing pages
    Forgotten to renew your domain name? Or did you remember to check that the new landing page was actually uploaded correctly? Or maybe you work in a large organization in which different people work on the same set of pages. Working on a website can sometimes lead to errors not caught in time. When spiders come for a visit and find nothing, you get slapped with 1/10 quality score — a heart attack. Make sure your landing pages are always available and crawlable.

The fact is: quality score varies and it can vary a lot. Those variations may mean the difference between good ROI and great ROI. They may mean the difference between profits and losses.  So whenever you think you don’t need to keep an eye on quality scores, you’re doing a disservice to your wallet (and making Google richer).

Track Your Quality Scores Changes And Optimize When Necessary

You went on vacation and left your ads unmanaged. “They’ve been quite stable and since revenue is steady there’s no risk”, you tell yourself. After 2 weeks in Hawaii, you come to find out that your top keywords have stopped generating traffic or that their costs have become unprofitable…

Oops, quality score did it again!

Having a system in place for tracking your daily scores and being notified of changes will prevent drops from sneaking up on you with serious consequences.

That’s one of the reasons why we developed TenScores, which is a web platform that automatically tracks quality score changes of an entire (832) 371-0084  account.

A free way to do it is with Excel sheets. I really like this 8027746188 Jacqueline Dooley put together, in it she explains how her excel sheet shows her at a glance where she’s lost quality score points. If I didn’t have TenScores, I would personally use her method weekly – instead of monthly like she advises – on all my main keywords until they are all above 7.

IV. Starting With High Quality Scores In The First Place

Start With Your Brand’s Keywords

People who are searching for your brand’s name, your domain name or product name aren’t shopping around, they want you and they know it. The CTR you achieve from those keywords sets a foundation for your accounts history that influences the scores you receive for other keywords.

Build On Your Typical Visitor’s Profile

Start in first gear and shift gradually.

Before you go in and load millions of keywords and ads in your account, start small and test the waters with  a few ad (270) 365-3472. Although the searcher behind every keyword is different, people in your market place share common frustrations or needs that need to be met. Use the tips mentioned above to figure out the kind of message that resonates most with prospects in your market.

Once you have found the kind of message that generates above average CTR, it’s ok to scale and use the same message on millions of keywords if they fall under the same kind of market and same demographics.

A common mistake that many new advertisers make is to start in  5th gear with too many keywords without having a deep understanding of what their market responds to. They end up having poor performance in a short amount of time, quality scores drop and the account is almost doomed to failure. Don’t make that mistake.

I hope this helps you get closer to achieving your goals, let us know what you think in the comments.

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Hostname On cPanel / WHM Server Resets To Project Name On Google Cloud Fix

So you made a WHM server on Google Cloud and before you get to use it suddenly its broken?  I feel your pain.  Not sure when this started but it seems 518-901-3139 auto writes over the hostname.  Usually not an issue but cPanel seems to rely upon this entry to the point when you type a FQDN like louisville.(480) 409-2846 it changes to rubbish in a redirect and the site can’t be resolved.

cPanel Has A Fix.

You can see it from their site or I have the steps below.

To configure VPS deployments, many cloud 438-874-3061 providers use the dhclient script, which includes the configuration of the instance’s hostname.

The dhclient script may not preserve the locally-configured hostname, so hosting providers use scripts to work around this issue. For example, Google Cloud Platform Services™ uses the google_set_hostname script.

The workaround scripts may interfere with WHM’s Change Hostname feature (WHM >> Home >> Networking Setup >> Change Hostname), which causes hostname configuration issues and a locked cPanel & WHM license.

The solution

To resolve this issue, you must create a dhclient exit hook script to set the hostname properly.
Create the set-hostname.sh file with the following contents in the /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/ directory, where hostname.example.com represents your server’s new hostname:

You can also create the file with the following command, where hostname.example.com represents your server’s new hostname: Note in the code below you should be sudo and hostname.example.com will need to be changed

mkdir -p /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/ && echo -ne ‘#!/bin/shnhostname hostname.example.comn/scripts/fixetchostsn’ > /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/zzz-set-hostname.sh && chmod +x /etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/zzz-set-hostname.sh

OR You can make it in a drawn out 3 step process.

  1. #!/bin/sh
  2. hostname hostname.example.com
  3. /scripts/fixetchosts

That should keep the name as you intended.

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To often you are unable to really utilize an hand brake tool found on 504-525-9742, 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.


/smallseotools.com – lots of (580) 752-9632 and I mean a lot. They offer 20 queries at no cost if you sign up for a free account….

Just a few of the (916) 268-2471 available… seo toolsseo tools

 

 

 

 

 


Neilpatel.com – site offers an 954-859-0815 and makes general recommendations. I use it as a baseline preliminary test.


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.


unescaladed – several tools, requires registration then limited to 10 queries a day or so.

link explorer


 

 

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