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    Default Looking for good SEO analysis websites

    anyone know of some good SEO analysis websites, where you just fill in your url, then you get a report of what needs fixing etc, to improve onsite SEO?

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    Thumbs up SEO Tools that can be used

    Try marketing.grader.com or woorank.com. They are good basic SEO analysis tools

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    Have you checked some online value checker websites or i think w3checker is best for checking errors and warnings.
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    You can try http://www.opensiteexplorer.org/ - it doesn't exactly tell you what to do, but gives you useful information. You can also compare your website with your competitors.

    This one (https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights) tells you what you can do to improve loading time, however stuff like "Combine images into CSS sprites" is almost impossible for 1000+ images

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    If you need a site for getting total website on page analysis then go for WOORANk

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    Hi Hunter Woods, if you havent checked out seomoz.org yet id highly recommend it, you can try it out for free for 30 days then its $99 a month but you can track your keywords, check competitiors urls etc well worth it
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    woorank.com is great and free.

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    I recommend "Google Webmaster Tools" where ou can login via your Google Account credentials. Then you will either place a html tag in the home page code of your site or you will upload a very small file for authenticating. Then you have the pure analyses of Google for Google! I use it for my devoloping our http://Top10UKcasinos.co.uk UK Casino Reviews site and vary happy with it!

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    We use "SEOQuake" as a toolbar gadget for Firefox browser and it is a solid one!

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    Woorank is quite good but I also like Bing Webmaster Tools which may give some useful information about SEO, especially after its update

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    got to agree with desmondiac, Bing is brilliant for a free tool, but go a little further and get their free seo toolkit http://www.microsoft.com/web/seo/.

    But to be honest mate, best off finding yourself a good thorough checklist and going through stuff manually. I'd never trust the stuff that things like moz spit back at you. Most of those automatic systems are pretty much garbage compared to actually knowing what you're doing and manually reviewing things.

    If I do a proper audit for a client it takes about 3 days and a list of tools so long it would make your eyes bleed but hey.

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    The three tools I've found most useful for on-site SEO feedback are the following:

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    Thank you for the Seo workers suggestion, that is a very handy tool

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    I think that catchingsmoke has give you the best answer. You can also try powermapper, it's good for accessibility / compatibility issues.

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    opensiteexplorer is one of the most powerful tools, it takes a while to get use to it but once you are in it you will find yourself using it on a daily basis and it helps that they understand and move along with the google changes. In this instance you really do get what you pay for so chose carefully

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchingsmoke View Post
    got to agree with desmondiac, Bing is brilliant for a free tool, but go a little further and get their free seo toolkit http://www.microsoft.com/web/seo/.

    But to be honest mate, best off finding yourself a good thorough checklist and going through stuff manually. I'd never trust the stuff that things like moz spit back at you. Most of those automatic systems are pretty much garbage compared to actually knowing what you're doing and manually reviewing things.

    If I do a proper audit for a client it takes about 3 days and a list of tools so long it would make your eyes bleed but hey.
    Thanks, I did hear about Microsoft SEO but somehow it went out of my mind... gotta give it a try

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