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10 SEO Tools to Analyze Your Website Like Google Does

10 SEO Tools to Analyze Your Website Like Google Does
There's nothing quite like a sudden Google algorithm update to leave marketers feeling equal parts confused and concerned. It's like they wait for you to get all of your ducks in a row and then unleash an update that changes everything. Sure, they're pretty open about that fact that they're doing this for everyone's own good -- each algorithm tweak brings us one step closer to more relevant search results, after all. However, there is still some secrecy behind exactly how Google evaluates a website and ultimately determines which sites to show for which search queries. That said, there are a number of tools out there -- some free, some paid -- that help you to look at your own site the way that Google sees it. Click here to quickly analyze your site's SEO with HubSpot's free Website Grader tool. These tools are critical to your organic search strategy because they allow you to focus on the elements of your site that Google deems important. 10 Website Checker Tools to Audit Your SEO

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Fetch as Google - Webmaster Tools Help The Fetch as Google tool lets you see a page as Google sees it. This is particularly useful if you're troubleshooting a page's poor performance in search results. For example, if you use rich media files to display content, the page returned by the tool may not contain this content if Google can't crawl it effectively. You can choose to fetch a page as Google's regular web crawler sees it or, if you publish mobile content, as our mobile crawlers do. Information returned by the tool includes: The HTTP response returned by your server The date and time of your crawl request HTML code The first 100KB of visible (indexable) text on a page.

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Screaming Frog SEO Spider Tool & Crawler Software About The Tool The Screaming Frog SEO Spider allows you to quickly crawl, analyse and audit a site from an onsite SEO perspective. It’s particularly good for analysing medium to large sites, where manually checking every page would be extremely labour intensive (or impossible!) and where you can easily miss a redirect, meta refresh or duplicate page issue. You can view, analyse and filter the crawl data as it’s gathered and updated continuously in the program’s user interface. The SEO Spider allows you to export key onsite SEO elements (URL, page title, meta description, headings etc) to Excel so it can easily be used as a base for SEO recommendations.

Use Fetch as Google for websites - Search Console Help The Fetch as Google tool enables you to test how Google crawls or renders a URL on your site. You can use Fetch as Google to see whether Googlebot can access a page on your site, how it renders the page, and whether any page resources (such as images or scripts) are blocked to Googlebot. This tool simulates a crawl and render execution as done in Google's normal crawling and rendering process, and is useful for debugging crawl issues on your site.

Role of Trust in eCommerce and Actionable Tips eCommerce is booming as expected. Online sales are set to grow across the world, while store-based sales are on a decline. Yet, two out of every three shopping carts get abandoned. Across the entire eCommerce landscape, that amounts to 5 trillion dollars in lost sales. SEO is More Than Link Building This entry is a guest post by Peter Attia, a search marketing specialist residing in Austin, TX. You can find him on Twitter: @PeterAttia. The number one thing I get asked about regarding SEO, is link building. Everyone wants to know how to get links.