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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by thebusinessman, May 13, 2009.

  1. thebusinessman

    thebusinessman Newbie

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    Go to googlerankings.com -- somewhat ironically, I found it by searching on google. It's one of those sites that analyzes a URL and comes up with some info. Some or most of the pages need a Google SOAP API key. (some old form of identification used by google, cancelled in 2006/2007, apparently) However, some pages do NOT require the API key, such as the Position Tracking (with no API key, shows the site's META stuff & keyword density) and Website Diagnostics (lets you check some things like Google's last crawl of the site and the robots.txt) pages. They're links at the bottom of the homepage.

    Thought the BHW community might want to check this out, although as a newbie I have no idea if it's much good. I did check the search function for something like this, no flames or hatemail please. :p
     
  2. benchlegs

    benchlegs Junior Member

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    Home Page:
    Check out Traffic Travis (free version)

    Code:
    http://www.traffictravis.com/
     
  3. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    good job for checking the search first
     
  4. deguzman523

    deguzman523 Regular Member

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    Another good one is at tools.seobook.com

    It's a plugin for firefox.

    It'll give you:

    PR: (Google PageRank) an estimated measure of global link authority
    Age: age pulled from Archive.org, shows the first time a page was indexed by Archive.org's spider. The theory is that if Archive.org found a page so did many of the major search engines.
    Links: (Yahoo! linkdomain) shows a rough estimate of the total number of links pointing at a domain
    .edu Link: (Yahoo! .edu linkdomain ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .edu links pointing at a domain
    .edu Page Link: (Yahoo! .edu link ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .edu links pointing at a specific page
    .gov Link: (Yahoo! .gov linkdomain ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .gov links pointing at a domain
    Page Links: (Yahoo! link) shows a rough estimate of the total number of links pointing at a page
    del.icio.us: number of times a URL has been bookmarked on Del.icio.us. Heavily skewed toward techy / Web 2.0 stuff.
    Technorati: an estimate of the total number of links to a site from blogs
    Alexa: rank based on website traffic . Heavily skewed toward internet marketing and webmaster related resources.
    Cached: (Google site:) shows how many pages from a site are indexed in Google
    dmoz: searches the Google Directory to count the total number of pages from a site that are listed in DMOZ, and the total number of pages listed in DMOZ that reference that URL.
    Bloglines: shows you how many people are subscribed to a particular blog via Bloglines.
    dir.yahoo.com: is a site listed in the Yahoo! Directory or not.
    WhoIs: makes it easy to look up the whois data for any site.
     
  5. mskerry

    mskerry Registered Member

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    I use traffic travies and im happy with the service the free version is good to try it out
     
  6. thelp

    thelp Newbie

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    Have been using traffic travis myself, at another office.. seems like the free version is good so far