Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Responsive Design Checker-seo tools

9.Responsive Design Checker-seo tools

Responsive DesignChecker does what it says on the tin: it checks the responsiveness of a website. Just enter any URL to see how it looks on desktop, tablet, and mobile.
You can even see how it looks on specific devices (e.g., iPhone X) and various popular desktop resolutions.
With Google’s recent move to mobile‐first indexing, having a responsive website is more important than ever.
Google’s Mobile‐Friendly Test is another useful tool.

LinkMiner-seo tools

8.LinkMiner-seo tools


LinkMiner is a Chrome extension that lets you check any web page for broken links on the fly. It’s useful for finding broken link building opportunities.
You can export the full list of scraped links to a CSV with just one click, which includes status code information, link type, and more.
If you find a lot of broken links on a page with LinkMiner, do this: Export them to CSV, paste the entire list into Ahrefs’ Batch Analysis tool, and sort by the referring domains column (high to low).

This will tell you which broken links have the most referring domains pointing to them (i.e., good broken link building opportunities).
Check My Links does much the same thing.

SEO Web Page Analyzer-seo tools

7.SEO Web Page Analyzer-seo tools

SEO Web Page Analyzer gives you a comprehensive analysis of your web page.
It pulls out any images with missing alt tags, heading structure, internal and external links, meta title and description, and more. You’ll also see an on‐page SEO score between zero and a hundred.

Hunter.io-seo tools

6.Hunter.io-seo tools


Hunter.io finds all email addresses related to a website in seconds.
(*It’s free up to 100 requests per month)
Each email address also has a confidence score. Some even have a “verified” icon, meaning that you can use the email address with total confidence.
You can also use the tool to find the email address of a specific person. Just enter the domain and the person’s name.

Install the Chrome extension for quick access, or use the Google Sheets add‐on.

Other similar tools for finding email addresses include FindThat.EmailVoila Norbert, etc. We tested nine of these tools in our guide to finding email addresses.


Keyworddit-seo tools

 5.Keyworddit-seo tools

Keyworddit extracts keywords from Reddit. Just enter any subreddit (e.g., /r/bigSEO) and it’ll pull out a list of a few hundred keywords plus monthly search volumes.
It’s super useful for understanding the topics that your audience are most interested in.
Here are some of the keywords it plucked from the /r/entrepreneur subreddit:


Yoast SEO-seo tools

4.Yoast SEO-seo tools



Running WordPress? Yoast is perhaps the only SEO plugin you’ll ever need.
Use it to optimize meta tags and content, generate instant sitemaps, and much more.
In the screenshot above, it’s being used to set the title tag and meta description for one of our recent blog posts.
Want to learn more about using Yoast for WordPress SEO? Watch this:
All in One SEO Pack is a good alternative to Yoast.

Beam Us Up-seo tools

3.Beam Us Up-seo tools


Beam Us Up is a free SEO crawler. It’s a great alternative to Screaming Frog. However, it’s only available for Windows.
If you’re a Mac user, don’t forget that Screaming Frog will crawl up to 500 web pages for free (with limited functionality).