Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Diaz06, Dec 28, 2016.
Do you know a tool to analyse on page factors of a website ?
http://seositecheckup.com/ .. please use this
Thanks you, but this tool does not analyse a page according a keyword.
try this buddy:
+1 for seositecheckup and juxseo
try http://www.seo-detective.com/ , it does onepage seo checker, but also, if you have a sitemap, it scan all the webpage listed in the sitemap....
Screaming Frog: If you want a complete overview of your site and in depth information.
Should be a free tool for the first 500 URLs.
Excel and eyes
If the crawl isn't vast I'm using Serpstat as it gives 100 pages to audit for free registered users:
If it's like 10k+ pages audit, I'd go either withpaid version of this tool or Netpeak Spider. Also check OnCrawl and Screaming Frog
I use SEO SpyGlass (from SEO Powersuite package)
Google page speed insight
I too suggest seositecheckup for analyse the on page factors of website.
SEO Powersuite and Screaming Frog are gonna help you!
The trial versions have obvious limitations (Powersuite doesn't allow you to SAVE projects and SF has a URL limit per each analysis) but are still gonna be great tools for you to explore.
WooRank.com | SEO Checker - Website Review
This tool is best for newbies to start their blog. It will suggest you optimize your page.
Thanks you for these suggestions. I try SEOProfiler which can optimize a page for a keyword.
If you're using Wordpress, I would suggest you install Yoast SEO, this plugin will cover almost your SEO onpage instantly and you don't need to remember each factor when preparing the post.
I don't know what to do without - Screaming Frog. This tool my must-have!
I bet you meant WebsiteAuditor But great tool indeed!
I`m using it for almost all things on-page now, as it covers both technical issues and content optimization for target keywords (I like how it comes up with optimization advice based on selected competitors` stats). There`s also an in-build HTML editor to test the on-page changes - the optimization rate is being recalculated as you type.
Are those the tools telling you to stuff the keywords everywhere in h1, tags, title and alt text ? I bet not one has a correct working density checker in it
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