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24 Most Effective Free SEO Tools for Google, Bing & More

24 Most Effective Free SEO Tools for Google, Bing & More
Whenever I dream up a home improvement project for my place, I end up working smartest and fastest when I have the right tools at my disposal. It’s amazing the difference a good tool can make – and the extra time it takes to get work done without a helpful tool. Fast-forward to online marketing. How can you work smarter and faster with SEO? It starts with having the right tools. I’ve collected a big sampling of the best free SEO tools on the market—tools with a wide variety of uses and covering a number of common needs. 24 Free and Easy SEO Tools 1. Check the speed and usability of your site on multiple devices Enter a URL, and this tool will test the loading time and performance for desktop and for mobile, plus identify opportunities to improve (and pat you on the back for what you’re doing well). Alternatives: Pingdom, WebPageTest, and GTmetrix 2. See how your local business looks online 3. 700+ keyword ideas based on a single keyword Alternative: Übersuggest 4. Alternative: Piwik 5. 6. 7. 8.

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SEO Checklist for Website Owners: Updated for 2016 and Beyond - Search Engine Journal If you’re still stuck on the same old on-page SEO routine, it’s time to wake up, smell the coffee, and figure out what’s up in 2016. If you’re waking up from 2010, you’ve got a long way to go, Rip Van Winkle. But even if you’re poking into the SEO world from just a few months ago, you might be surprised at how much changed while you were away. We’re always in need of “updated” information for SEO, and I thought now was a great time to release my updated checklist. What Facebook doesn’t show you (Chris Ingraham/The Washington Post) When you spend a day with something that knows you in ways you don’t know yourself, you learn that maybe you aren’t quite as interested in the things you think you are. Here’s what I learned about myself: It seems I don’t much care about my hometown or the people in it, I’m far more interested in feminist blogs than I am in technology or sports, I’m still hung up on New York after moving away last spring, and I’m apparently very interested in the goings on of someone I worked with at Pizza Hut when I was 16. What was the source of these revelatory, self-image-shifting facts? The same place you probably went when you got to work this morning: Facebook, which we can’t stop feeding, and obsessively tracks our every online movement.

Atomic Design We’re not designing pages, we’re designing systems of components.—Stephen Hay As the craft of Web design continues to evolve, we’re recognizing the need to develop thoughtful design systems, rather than creating simple collections of web pages. A lot has been said about creating design systems, and much of it focuses on establishing foundations for color, typography, grids, texture and the like. This type of thinking is certainly important, but I’m slightly less interested in these aspects of design because ultimately they are and will always be subjective. Free Long Tail Keyword Research Tool The Google Auto Suggest Keyword Tool is a free long tail keyword research tool that helps you find profitable keyword suggestions directly from Google search. For any given keyword phrase entered, you could receive up to 260 long tail keyword ideas. Since this long tail keyword tool is using Google Auto Suggest to find long tail keywords, you can utilize these keywords in any search engine optimization (SEO) campaign, especially considering these keywords are from real users that actually typed in these phrases into Google.

5 Tips to Improve Your Website's SEO In Under An Hour You’ve created an awesome website – congrats! What you need to do now is bring people to it. For your website to come up high on search engines like Google and Bing, you need to understand a little bit about the world of “Search Engine Optimization” or SEO. 8 Great Tools for Online Community Managers Unless you live under a rock and/or rarely utilize God’s greatest gift to this earth, otherwise known as the Internet, you know by now that content marketing is KEY. Whether it be for your personal brand, small business or corporation, content must to be upbeat, helpful, relevant, entertaining, interesting and more, all at once. The problem: searching for and vetting the right content is exhausting! – not to mention time-consuming. If you’re on online community administrator and occasionally find yourself struggling to curate and provide quality content for your members/followers, this list of content resources has you covered!

9 basic principles of responsive web design Responsive web design is a great solution to our multi-screen problem, but getting into it from the print perspective is difficult. No fixed page size, no millimetres or inches, no physical constraints to fight against. Designing in pixels for Desktop and Mobile only is also the past, as more and more gadgets can open up a website. Therefore, let's clarify some basic principles of responsive web design here to embrace the fluid web, instead of fighting it. 32 Free (& Almost Free) Content Marketing Tools Marketers get by with a little help from their friends – well let us introduce you to 32 new content marketing friends to help make your job a little easier. Note: The aim was to only list free content marketing tools, but there are a few paid ones in the mix as well (freebies only get you so far). Unless marked as a paid tool, all content tools listed here have at least some kind of free offering. Content Curation Tools (finding great stuff to share)Content Creation Tools (create your own awesome stuff to share)Tools for Finding Content Creators (find folks to make custom content for you)Content Promotion and Management (sharing and managing your content)Content Analytics & Measuring (analyzing and measuring your content’s effectiveness)Other Content Marketing Tools (random content tools we think are neat) Content Curation Tools

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