While reading one of my commenter’s blogs (Archie @ SomeExtraPennies.com), I stumbled across a small 125×125 advertisement that advertised a product called “Website Auditor”. I don’t usually click ads, but I made an exception and did. What I found will change the way I create websites from now onwards.
The product is called Website Auditor and displays more information about onsite search engine methods than most SEO firms would tell you.
Instead of trying to tell you about all of the information it tells me, I’ve generated a report about my blog and where it ranks for the popular term “Blog Tips” – at 60.3% optimized, I’d say that some work still needs to be done!
Who would use this SEO tool?
- Bloggers (who doesn’t want better search engine exposure?)
- Webmasters (why not make the site better than it already is?)
- Affiliate Marketers (useful for those landing pages, getting them higher in the search results to make more money )
- “SEO Firms” (if there is such a thing.. )
- Anybody that has a website
Pros of the software:
- Displays more information about my website, and more importantly, about my competition than I could ever ask for.
- Dead easy to use.. Its a mere fact of filling in your website URL and typing in the term you want to rank for.. The software does the rest.
- Incredible amount of search engine support.. Choose Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask, and more.
- It also takes into account the domain names that you use – One of the major factors of a well ranked search engine. Be sure to use NetworkSolutions to register a domain name.
Cons of the software:
- The Scoring Algorithm might be a little off – In the website review, it says that “Icon” and “Set” are worth more than “Blog” and “Tips”.
All in All, I was very lucky to find this product, and hopefully you will take advantage of this great tool and increase your search engine rankings. I always try before I buy, so here is the link to the Free Trial Version.
Have you ever thought of using SEO Software to boost your rankings? If so, do you have a specific tool that you use?