If you own a blog, or webmaster of a website, and you worry about your position in different search engines, you must have a reliable tool for measuring the position and changes in the time "ranking" of your various pages in the SERP (Search Engine Result Position). You imagine the burden of such work? Track the position of each page on multiple search engines is virtually impossible manually, hence the importance of positioning tracking software.
SEO is the art Internet and how to index a website, get relevant links pointing to it and place it on the keywords that characterize it. This article aims to give you some ideas to analyze SEO - SEO - your site and improve it. The more savvy of you SEO can spend their way in this article I speak of those whose benefit is not referencing the specialty and who wish to improve and advance our site. Whenever possible I will speak primarily of free tools that you can find online.
You can locate your position in the SERPs as often as you like, and even several times a day, but I strongly advise you to space out the pace of research, for example you can find your position 03 times a day by choosing depending on the time points (08H morning, noon and evening 12H 20H) but it depends on the theme of your site if your site deals with news it would be wise to monitor your positions in a fairly small, on the contrary, a site large enough and stable enough competitive positions you can simply search by day.
Top SEO Tools by Usage :
Often people will seek to analyze an existing site or start in terms of SEO.
The domain: Several tools exist, but some can help before choosing the domain (NOD) I would mention two NameBoy and NameCheap (search based on keywords) both provide a vision on the availability LoQs. To watch on names Domain TDNAM of Godaddy is excellent.
Site Analysis / Search Result: If you are not using Firefox, download it so there’s FF extension that are very useful for this type of analysis. These tools are SeoQuake and it is a SEO add on for FireFox . It comes with l SeoQuake toolbar on FireFox and ask for several parameters of the site visited, SEOforFireFox it improves results of SERP and can even highlight NoFollow links.
Traffic : Google Analytics is a must have, especially now that you would log in automatically, I myself use a tool as little known in France gives me a vision and guidance as to the source 80% of my incoming traffic keywords.
Social Media Web 2.O : All sites such Digg-like Scoopeo Wikio etc. This tools automates the sending of the digg-like but unfortunately he does not like the digg speaking, the tool is Social Poster (for use with moderation please).
Link Exchange : With the increasing power of your blog and requests for link exchanges, you will have various and varied demands will fall, I do not recommend exchanging links unless they are on the same theme and with sites own for this check with the tool CheckPageRanking .
SEO Analysis : It is important to analyze your page in terms of SEO, why use this site . Remember validate HTML and CSS .
Google Tools : Google is indispensable in terms of varied tools. Start with an Gmail account, Google for Webmasters who gives you a single account for all of your blogs / sites, Google Trends and Google Insights Search (discussed in detail in a recent post) to analyze search trends and geographical aspects as well. Google Adwords Keytool is an essential tool as it lets you see the keyword CPCs and especially since few see the monthly volumes of research (info passed relatively incognito).