The Best SEO Tools in 2017

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Alright guys, it's been a year since my first launch of "The Best SEO Tools in 2016" and quite a few folks shared some amazing SEO tips and tools. So this year I decided to run an update to see if some of you would be kind enough to reveal a few aces you're hiding up your sleeves.

MY HONEST SEO LIST 2017:

Link & Site Analysis:
- I use a combination of Majestic, Semrush, Ahrefs, Moz.
*I use a guy who offers a full set of these tools w/ premium subscription dirt cheap for like $10/month, if you're interested shoot me a pm & I'll share his skype.

- SERPed.net is an amazing tool, but you have to sign up to their waiting list as it's private, still worth the wait.

Content:
No need to go over this, our friend Harry just made an awesome thread reviewing each and every content BST out there: www.blackhatworld.com/seo/926029

Rank Tracker:
I've been using proranktracker.com for a while now. You can track 20 keywords for free and the tool is decent.

Hosting:
time4vps.eu - I've used these guys for years, the lowest price I could find for such powerful hosting.. If you have no idea how to install VPS, hire a coder on fiverr, ask them to pre-install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) + roundcube + VestaCP ( with VestaCP you can easily login to an admin panel to add new sites/mail accounts/etc..)

Overall this will cost you a one time $10-15 for the fiverr install and then less than $4/month for 2 x 2.40 GHz CPU, 2048 MB RAM, 80 GB Storage, 2 TB Bandwidth. You can host 15-30 sites no problem for $4/mo :D

- Definitely combine this with CloudFlare (free), easy DNS management, free ssl, better protection, better cache, tons of benefits..

Authority Links:
- My guy TA offers great rates on top authority links, thread: www.blackhatworld.com/seo/862563/

- I'd also recommend looking for editors on upwork.com, maybe try freelancer.com as well but usually they got crappy sellers there so beware... On upwork I've been able to find some legit authority editors for super low rates (I mean reseller kind of low rates)

PBN:

- I trust my buddy @Leith, always top level PBNs, top support, & his genesis plan is superb:
www.blackhatworld.com/seo/809459/

BTW, another amazing thread by this guy over here: www.blackhatworld.com/seo/821874/
The A to Z guide to SEO, Bookmark it!


That's just from the top of my head, will probably add more stuff later.

Now your turn to share, keep this rolling ;) Thanks guys!
 

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well to name but a few and its always personal preference which we use.
rankerx - scrapebox - gsa ser - gsa's new content generator

Yep totally forgot about the last two, always needed
 

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Scrapebox was my first ever tool and still used every day after so many years.

Just started learning how to use winautomation.
 
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Scrapebox was my first ever tool and still used every day after so many years.

Just started learning how to use winautomation.

Of course mate it's a fantastic tool. I use it last two years
 

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Same SEO tools you mentioned (who gives you all that for €10?) + ScrapeBox.
 

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Same SEO tools you mentioned (who gives you all that for €10?) + ScrapeBox.
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Interesting.
How do you find authority editors on upwork?
Basically I just start a new project saying I need authority editors for Huffpost, Entrepreneur, Inc, Business.com, etc.. On average I get like 25-35 offers. A few of them are crappy resellers with high rates, but there are some gems too.. Then I get in touch with the right sellers that offered decent rates, try to get them off to skype and make a direct offer. If they refuse to work directly you can still work via upwork, high fees but it's still way cheaper than what you'll pay here for authority links..
 

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Basically I just start a new project saying I need authority editors for Huffpost, Entrepreneur, Inc, Business.com, etc.. On average I get like 25-35 offers. A few of them are crappy resellers with high rates, but there are some gems too.. Then I get in touch with the right sellers that offered decent rates, try to get them off to skype and make a direct offer. If they refuse to work directly you can still work via upwork, high fees but it's still way cheaper than what you'll pay here for authority links..

Great info, haven't tried that. Thanks.
 

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Can you kindly share the details of the guy who offers you the access of Ahrefs, Semrush & other tools.........I could not PM you as I don't know how to yet. :(
 

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Could you also send me the skype of this guy?
 
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