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[GET] Interesting Free SEO Analysis Tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peter2002, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

    Jul 8, 2009
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    Internet Marketer, Degrees in Business and Psychol
    Hi everyone,

    I came across a very good free web based SEO analysis tool called SpyderMate. It's not only good for getting valuable data about your own web sites but to analyze the top ten Google listings in your niche. Knowing as much as possible about them gives you a better chance to 'attack' them.

    What does SpyderMate do?

    Think of SpyderMate as a free SEO analysis toolbox. It can be useful for both SEO beginners and veterans. Not sure about an aspect of our SEO analysis? Tool tips are provided to clear up any issues. SpyderMate offers several SEO reporting tools, broken up into three sections: Site Analysis, Link Equity, and Comparison.

    Site Analysis:

    The SEO analysis section accounts for several factors. It looks at your Google PageRank, Alexa Rank, Compete.com Rank, Backlinks, and Domain Age/Expiration to create a SpyderGraph of your standings. This graph tells you how a site ranks in each of these field versus the median site crawled by our SEO Spider. It also gives you a SpyderRating of 1-100 based on that median.

    Link Equity:

    This section is our SEO keyword analyzer. It offers page-specific keyword breakdowns of your on-site keyword targeting efforts, allowing you to optimize for more targeted search terms. SpyderMate's keyword analyzer helps you see which pages have the best chance for high rankings in the search results and informs you of each page's Google PageRank.


    Our SEO Competitor Analysis allows users to compare two web sites side-by-side. It compares your SpyderGraphs and SpyderRatings, and lets you know which sections of your site are better than your competitors' or how far ahead of you they are. Knowing how much ground you need to make up or when they're closing in on you is invaluable information.

    You'll find it at