SEO is a pretty nebulous term, wouldn’t you agree? It involves creating content relevant to target keywords, finding backlinks, and ranking in the search engines.
There are tons of SEO tools out there, but which ones should you be using. And for what purpose?
We’re going to go over Chrome extensions, plugins, sites, and software to help you find the right SEO tools for your website.
Probably the best SEO plugin available. It’s great for SEO newbies and pros. It will help you fill out all the right SEO pieces for your posts and pages. (Free version)
SEO Clean helps optimize your overall website, not just your posts. It does a few things like clean up your source code and get rid of extra HTTP headers. These are things that can affect your rankings, but can be hard to fix on your own if you’re not tech savvy. ($19)
All in One SEO Pack
Downloaded over 30 million times, so you know it’s good. It doe so many things from advanced canonical URLs to generating META tags automatically. (Free version)
Check My Links
This Chrome Extension is used to help with your broken backlink strategy. (free)
This popular extension gives you tons of metrics right on the search engine results page. Info includes domain score, estimated traffic, and more. (Free)
This site helps you gain intelligence on your competition. Research keywords, backlinks, advertising data, and more. (Starts at $99.mo)
Moz uses a suite of tools include Keyword Explorer for targeting keywords, Open Site Explorer for finding content and link building opportunities, and MozBar for analyzing social, search, and page metrics in your browser. (Free trial, Moz Pro starts at $99/mo)
Lets you track backlinks, brand mentions, and keywords. (Free trial, starts at $99/mo)
This free SEO tool is installed on your computer. It can crawl website links, images, CSS, scripts, and apps to determine onsite SEO. (Free)