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Wich Site Analysis Tool?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Panique, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    What site analysis software/freeware do you recommend, or are you using to optimize your website?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. navin

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    I'm using lots of analytics tools for my blog.

    And all of them have some options you won't find in the others, so it's worth putting it.

    Here you have what I use:
    1. Google analytics (this you should be using by default)
    2. Piwik (you can host this on your own webserver)
    3. GetClicky (very nice one also, gives you IPs etc)
    4. BLVDSTATUS (this one, is just a very FUCKED UP tool, it lets u see the whole search history of your visitors, it's really awesome...)
    5. Clicktale (this one, damn, you will love it. It records everything every visitor does on your website, very nice tool for on-site analysis)

    Well, that should help you on your way :)
     
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  3. Rooro

    Rooro Newbie

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    I use Web CEO to do a lot of my work, mixed with Google Analytics.

    Clicktale is exactly what I need! Thanks
     
  4. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    Thanks guys (will check this out), but what I really ment was an offline software who can check keyword detensy and that stuff..
     
  5. Rooro

    Rooro Newbie

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    Web CEO can do some work on files stored on your computer for offline checking.
     
  6. Sweetfunny

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    SEOQuake, Google, Micro Niche Finder and my brain.. That's about 95% of my optimization tools right there.
     
  7. xpressioniz

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    I've just downloaded Traffic Travis, which I think is cool (and free!). It can check keyword density and basic SEO score, keyword suggestion, etc. A good choice for newbie. For keyword suggestion Keyword Elite is doing better.
     
  8. Alex Brooks

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    I'm only currently using Google Analytics because of the mutli-website function, although I'm now going to install the other four your suggested onto my main blogs which I am working on. :) Thanks for sharing them.

    On topic: Google analytics is a must.
     
  9. DebbieSprules

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    @Sweet HUH? Quake automates SEO... your shitting me?
     
  10. Sweetfunny

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    He didn't ask for "automation" tools, he asked for analysis/optimization tools:

    However yes SEOQuake does automate a lot of things, for example i do a search for "my keyword" in Google and right in the SERP's for every site i can see data like Yahoo Links, Google Links, PR, Age of Domain, Alexa, DMOZ/Yahoo Dir listed, Indexed Pages etc etc.

    It gives a great picture of why a site ranks where it does, and what i need to do to rank there also without doing a thing.
     
  11. infomycin

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    Statcounter for the basics... don't trust Google Analytics... after all u're trying to earn money from them.
     
  12. bmatthews

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    Google Analytics plus Sitemeter is THE COMBNATION!