These are some original SEO tools we’ve created over time. Most of these were developed because they didn’t already exist, and we needed them for efficiency.
All of the on page organic ranking factors, like title, description, keywords, header tags and more can now be instantly summarized with my own commentary about each factor, and links to relevant articles I’ve written.
I can’t imagine a more comprehensive tool being available for free anywhere on the planet, so please do check it out and be sure to leave me some feedback.
Here’s the first tool we ever created for this site, and it allows you to easily and instantly combine keyword lists so you can “cover all the bases” when it comes to variations. This used to be an endless process of copying and pasting, and now you simply have to push a button!
Have you ever needed to check a large number of URL’s to see which pages in a list are 404 Not found? Have you ever needed a list of all the redirects that are in place for a list of URL’s?
We simply needed this functionality and a tool didn’t seem to exist, so now it’s here – Coming soon as a WordPress plugin too!
This tool allows you to enter a list of URLs on the left side, then a list of varied anchor text on the right side, press the button, and get the .html code for every possible variation of those links and landing pages.
Doing a site:domainname.com search for phrases one at a time takes too long, so using Google’s own API, we developed this tool to do it in bulk. Put in a domain, enter some keywords, and see the top three pages in your domain that Google says rank best for those phrases.
Easily generate structured data in a way Google understands, and add it to a website so you will pass Google’s Structured Data Tester with flying colors.
This tool was born out of necessity, and came from hearing the frustration coming out of many developers we’ve worked with over the past few years concerning “How to add an RSS feed to a webpage”.
This tool will run a VALID RSS FEED on any site, making the feed appear in the right size box, with font, color and content length that you choose.
These aren’t so much “tools” as they are resources we’ve come up with, with creative ways to save time doing things you would otherwise have to do manually.
This is a single resource page that gives you access to ALL of the Google services that you participate in. Google used to have this – now it’s hidden.
Ever needed to make hundreds or thousands of links live in Excel spreadsheet, after importing or pasting from another program? For some reason, no versions of Excel will do that, (STUPID) so we developed a macro you can download and use for free, with Office 2003 to 2010 (so far).