Can use smalltoolSEO as professional?

marshasarv

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SmalltoolSEO is a free tool for checking so many SEO things. Is this okay for professional or i have to buy some paid tools?
 

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depends on the type of clients and how professional you are or want to be perceived.
 

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Use paid tools, Free tools may not work perfectly according to your demand.
 

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It depends and free tools normally not update to date.

So better to use paid tool that you can get support from the Dev team for any issue or problem to be acknowledged.
 

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There are a lot of free seo tools that could to the same job as paid ones but you will have more work to gather all the information.
 

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All tools have a + and -. I suggested to use paid tools for better support.
 

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SmalltoolSEO is a free tool for checking so many SEO things. Is this okay for professional or i have to buy some paid tools?
What is your most needed thing in Seo tool if you mention probably we can recommend some tools as well.
 

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Strange question!

Your goals and ideas should formulate your toolbox.

For a small scale goals it works just fine.

Good luck
 

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It's best to first establish what your needs are; what do you need the tool/s to do for you?

Just consider this when weighing your options: free tools are not as accurate as paid tools. If you scan the same document in 3 different free tools, you'll most likely get different results. And that's never good if you aim for professional writing.

If you're after checking for plagiarism, Copyscape would still be the best choice. :)
On the other hand, if you're looking for a tool that measures readability, word choices, and grammar, many still opt for grammarly. If you want something free, you can probably try Hemingway.
 
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