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IIS SEO Toolkit

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by khanna, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. khanna

    khanna Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    Will you please advise whether IIS SEO Toolkit is worth using?
    I mean is it a trustworthy way of creating reports? As within its violations its shows things that seemed ok to me.
     
  2. trooperbill

    trooperbill Registered Member

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    it is awesome, free and better than anything else available. plus its based on actual search engine technology! you cant beat it.
     
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  3. Red Giant

    Red Giant Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This is very easy to perform.Tons and tons of custom reporting, including mapping navigation pathsIt support the newly integrated ASP.NET pipeline and it support the gzip compression.
     
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  4. khanna

    khanna Newbie

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    OK, thanks a lot, guys. Just wanted to make sure that its provided data is accurate.

    It shows violations like "excess of using h1 titles" in a page that includes page lists with h1 heading per each or it says title tags shouldn't be longer than 60 while I was told by a few specialists that the maximum amount of symbols in title tag can reach up to 70.
    Is this the data I should pay attention to or those standards vary from tool to tool and I need not care so much?
     
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    nycdude Regular Member

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    I think G only knows the answer to that.