Here in this article, you will learn about the favorite SEO tools of the experts which they are using for optimizing their website and getting higher rankings in Google. These SEO tools include both paid and free SEO tools.
You may have wonder which SEO tools do experts use? I also used to wonder but before creating this list of favorite SEO tools of experts. SEO experts use some popular and well-working tools to find perfect things related to SEO such as Keywords, Backlinks etc.
I contacted more than 50 SEO experts (all of they did not reply) and I asked for the SEO tools they use for optimizing their site and I also ask why they love those certain SEO Tools. Most of the SEO experts happily reply me and tell about their favorite SEO tools they are using and also the reason why they use them.
After getting responses from many SEO experts I started writing this article.
You can see the contents below to find which SEO expert has contributed in this great list of SEO Tools.
SEO Experts Uncover Their Favorite SEO Tools
Here I have gathered the best 5 SEO tools of many experts.
Although some popular SEO experts do not reply me but I also got their answer by reading their posts and below is all about SEO tools used by experts, so get ready because you are also going to test some amazing SEO tools which you may have never heard about or used ever.
Below is a table view of everything described in this post.
|SEO Expert||Site||Favorite SEO Tools||Read More|
|Robert||Smart Insights||Read More|
|Brian Dean||Backlinko||Read More|
|Neil Patel||NeilPatel.com||Read More|
|Kristi Hines||KristiHines.com||Read More|
|David Jenyns||Melbourne SEO Services||Read More|
|Abdul Samad Essani||Born Blogger||Read More|
|Satish Kumar||Blogging Den||Read More|
|Arpit Singh||Digital SEO Guides||Read More|
|Ali Raza||Adore||Read More|
|Eli Overbey||Help Scout||Read More|
|Zac Johnson||ZacJohnson.com||Read More|
|Chris Dreyer||Attorney Rankings||Read More|
|Umar Farooq||EasyAsFart||Read More|
|Mukesh Bhardwaj||I Tech Hacks||Read More|
|Muhammad Ahmad||MeetAhmad.com||Read More|
|Ben Wynkoop||BenWynkoop.com||Read More|
|Jordan Kasteler||JordanKasteler.com||Read More|
|Mohammad Abid||BiDNetwork||Read More|
|Sudhir Shukla||Blogging Seed||Read More|
Robert from Smart Insights
Smart Insights is a digital marketing website which offers Actionable Marketing Advice to their members so that they can develop a healthy business. These are the large companies therefore they use many different kind of SEO Tools but on my request they have told me about their 5 Best SEO Tools and now I am going to share these tools with YOU.
- SEMRush help use to do our SEO job easy as it has many useful features which are really impressive and works a lot.
- Majestic SEO is best tool for competitive research.
- Moz has a wide range of SEO tools which help use to check sites for errors, issues and is best for keyword competition.
- Yoast is best for writing SEO friendly articles for our blog, it help us to find the keywords density, edit description, SEO friendly title tags etc.
- Google Keyword Planner finds the most competitive keywords which help us to create contents on certain keywords which are trending.
Brian Dean form Backlinko
Brian Dean is an SEO expert I think I don’t need to introduce you with Brian Dean.
- Yoast SEO Plugin is the best SEO plugin for WordPress, Brian Dean also uses this super good plugin for his own blog.
- SEMrush is one of the favorite SEO tools of Brian Dean because he says “I couldn’t live without this tool”. According to Brian Dean unlike most Keyword Research Tools SEMRush tells you about the top keywords of your competitors by just using the URL of your competitors.
- Ahrefs is the best tool for link anaysis in the market. It has a super user friendly interface that makes it easy to use for its users. It has more than a trillion links database which is updated every single day. According to Brian Dean “Ahrefs is one of the few SEO tools that I use every day.”
- Google Analytics is must to have SEO tool for your site. The best feature of this tool according to Brian Dean is it can find those pages which get most impression and clicks form Google.
If you want to see more SEO Tools from Brian Dean then you can read SEO Tools 2016 List
Neil Patel from NeilPatel.com
Neil Pate is one of the most famous SEO Experts. He is earning millions of dollars per month from his hard work.
Neil Patel uses many tools for SEO but his best and loved SEO Tools are as below.
Neil was unable to state the reason why he loves below tools so I am just guessing why he uses these SEO Tools.
- Majestic SEO: He may be using it for competitive research and link analysis.
- Scrapebox: This tools has a great number of features which include many advance features it may be the reason why Neil uses this tool.
- Open Site Explorer is a perfect tool for finding the number of links and sites which are linking to a certain URL of any webpage, Neil may use this tool to find the number of links to his pages.
- Google Analytics is the best SEO Tools and the best thing is we can find everything about our site for example, number of visitors, sessions, source of visitors and so on.
- Ahrefs is the one of the best SEO tools when it comes to SEO and content marketting.
Rand Fishkin from Moz
Rand Fishkin is a top content writer at Moz he writes best articles on SEO.
Rand did’t state why he loves the tools so I have give my own suggestion.
- Moz: Rand works at Moz therefore he also loves the tools of Moz.
- Buzzsumo is a perfect tool for finding the top shared contents of any site and find who shares them. Rand may be using it to find who share his contents on social media which he creates on Moz.
Marcus Miller from Bowler Hat and Search Engine Land
Marcus Miller is an experienced SEO and PPC consultant based in Birmingham, UK. His loved topics are SEO (Local and Technical), and PPC etc.
When I asked Marcus for his loved tools he happily replied and told be below SEO Tools.
There are so many tools out there that it can be bewildering and in some cases, tools can prevent often hinder rather than help. That said the following are pretty much a part of my daily toolbox.
- Google: seems a bit too obvious right? Google though as a range of advanced search operators and how better to find pages that Google likes than to Google them?
- Google Search Console: another Google tool but an absolutely critical one. SEO is something of a black box activity and we don’t know how the search engine truly ranks sites yet Search Console gives us real diagnostic information from the engine. Super useful.
- Screaming Frog: the SEO Swiss army knife and nothing is better to help get a big picture view of a site and understand crawl and technical issues.
- Majestic SEO: the best link index in my humble opinion (although ahrefs is also awesome). Getting a handle on the links pointing to a site and competitors is important and Majestic will help you do that.
- Moz tools have always been useful for tracking and monitoring sites and provide another window into your site and the signals surrounding that which help you rank in Google search. The renewed focus on SEO as well should mean that we see some good advancements here.
As some honorable mentions, SEMRush is cool as is Ubersuggest for keyword research.
Casandra Campbell from Casandracampbell.com
Casandra has worked with many companies to get bigger. She has worked with different industries which include music, food and beverage, E-commerce, etc.
Casandra uses many tools on my request she uncover his 5 favorite SEO Tools.
- Ahrefs: I use Ahref’s Site Explorer tool to see what keywords my competitors or similar websites are ranking for and get ideas for keywords I can target.
- Keyword Planner: I use Keyword Planner to check search volume for keyword ideas and get more keyword ideas. I use the search volume to prioritize which keywords to target next. Keywords with a higher search volume will get targeted sooner because they present a bigger opportunity.
- SERPs: Once I’ve prioritized keywords based on search volume, I use the search engine results pages (SERPs) to see what content is already ranking and better understand what the searcher is trying to accomplish. If I’m confident I can compete with the content that is already ranking, I look for gaps I can cover in my content to make it better.
- Buzzsumo: I also use Buzzsumo to look for content gaps and opportunities by looking at what has been popular on social media for a specific keyword.
- Search Console: Finally, I use Search Console to see what keywords I didn’t know I’m ranking for. I look for keywords that I’m on pages 2-10 for in the SERPs and looks for ways to reoptimize my content to target those keywords better.
Kristi Hines from KristiHines.com
Kristi is a freelancer writer, ghostwriter, and certified content writer. She has a working experience of many years and has worked with more than 100 big companies.
Kristi uses many SEO tools some of his favorite SEO Tools are below.
- Monitor Backlinks is a perfect tools for checking backlinks they can help you to track your competitors backlinks and to find new link opportunities.
- Rival IQ is just another perfect SEO Tool for tracking your competitors. You can find DA, PA, Traffic Source, and number of backlinks of your competitors easily.
- Impactana is very useful for creating SEO friendly contents.
David Jenyns from Melbourne SEO Services
David Jenyns is CEO at Melbourne SEO Services his favorite SEO tools are as below.
- Google (Analytics, Webmaster Tools) I always prefer to go to the source when it comes to data. For example, many tools simply take Google Analytics data and manipulate it for their tool. Why not just go to the source 🙂
- SEMrush This tool is quickly developing into a one stop shop and pulls data from many sources. The team behind the product are proactive and care about the community and for this reason it’s such a great product.
- Cognitive SEO This tool is perhaps the industry leader in deep backlink analysis, my lead SEO uses this one to debug link profile issues.
- Moz I love Rand and his team’s work, they’re helpful, on point and continue to pave new ground.
Abdul Samad Essani from Born Blogger
Abdul Samad Essani is one of the most talented, SEO Expert, Enterpresure and Young Blogger from Pakistan, he is my friend on Facebook and he is not just a blogger he is a greate lover of man kind. You can contact Abdul Samad on Twitter, Facebook…
His blog Born Blogger is a great miracle of him, at born blogger you can find topics related to SEO, Social media, interview with experts, beginners guiding and much more. Fortunately when I contacted him he happily shake his hand and tell me about his favorite SEO tools he uses for his all website and you are just 10 seconds away from his favorite SEO tools.
- SEMrush: One of the best tools to spy on your competitors and checking any of the sites is healthy or not.
- Majestic: It’s a tool that must have for every blogger, It’s the best tool to determine site’s quality. The most favorite aspect of it is TF and CF.
- Ahrefs: Whenever I thought to check the site’s backlink, this tool immediately comes in my mind.
- MOZ: Using it from last 2 years and believe me it’s one of the best tools I ever got. The most favorite aspect of this tools is DA and PA
- GTmetrix: Whenever I want to test a speed of any of my site, I always go to GTmetrix.
Satish Kumar from Blogging Den
Satish Kumar is a great man and really passionate for blogging. His blog Blogging Den is a perfect blog for topics like Make Money online, SEO and technology etc. His loved SEO tools are as follow;
- SEMRush: This is always my favorite Keyword research tool. The tool helps me to spy on my competitor’s blogs and their keywords. SEMRush giving the best traffic keywords which are using I my blog to get more traffic.
- LongTailPro: This is very easiest SEO tool to do keyword research. I am getting awesome long tail keywords from this tool. The keyword Competitiveness is the main features.
- LSIGraph: This is best LSI keywords collecting tool from search engines. It helped me to write SEO optimized content as per SEO guidelines. I am getting very good results with this. This feature works three times per day in the free version.
- Google Keyword Planner: Free and Amazing Keyword research tool from Google services. By using this tools I am getting keywords with high volume and low competition. I am using those keywords in my content writing. Simply excellent tool from Bloggers, content writers and marketers.
- Yoast SEO: This is best free WordPress plugin. It helped me to do content SEO in right way.
Arpit Singh from Digital SEO Guides
Arpit Singh is a professional blogger, according to him, he was not an SEO Expert but it was need of web so he started learning SEO and finally he created Digital SEO Guides where he shares contents about SEO, Site Optimization and SEO tips etc. I know you are waiting for his favorite SEO Tools.
- Google Analytics is a free analytics tools that comes with many advance features I love it because it helps me to track my visitors and their activities etc. very easily and quickly.
- Grammarly is a content creating tools as it help me to create high quality contents. I use to to check grammar as well as sentence error in my pages.
- Aweber is the best email marketing tool I use it to send newsletters and get email subscribers very quickly. Aweber has many built-in features which help me to take various action easily and quickly.
- SEMRush is one of the best keywords research tools, it has many advance features which other keywords research tools don’t have.
- Google Keyword Planner is a free premium tools to find the monthly searches for any keywords. I use it to find the most competitive keywords.
Ali Raza from Adore
Ali Raza is an active Entrepreneur who converts visitors into customers. He has worked with many big companies like Google and Microsoft etc.
Ali Raza uses many SEO tools for his sites on my contact he share his best SEO tools with us.
- SEMRush: There are many reasons I like it, for instance, it helps me with keyword research, difficulty and most importantly help me in doing competitor analysis and let me know the terms on which my competitors are ranking well.
- Adwords Keyword Planner: A great keyword research tool to help me find out relevant keywords.
- Long Tail Pro: An awesome keyword research tool again, helps me for building sites on new niches.
- Moz.com: Helps me in finding authority sites to link with.
- MajesticSEO: Helps me wit finding TA/CA of websites and with personal analysis and tweaking
Eli Overbey from Help Scout
Help Scout is an international company which help business grow faster. They use many SEO Tools of their blog these tools are as below.
- Screaming Frog: We use this tool for everything: check for broken links, site migrations, structure issues, etc. Also handy to scrape information off our site for analysis (comments, author, etc).
- SEMRush: We use this to track our organic traffic and to monitor keywords. We use it for keyword research as well.
- Ahrefs: We use this to check our backlink and domain profile.
- Webmaster Tools: Probably our most used, and helpful tool. I check indexation, crawl reports, and errors constantly.
- Wayback machine: May sound odd, but if you make a change and organic traffic drops, it’s very helpful to see what happened.
Zac Johnson from ZacJohnson.com
Zac Johnson is an online marketer who makes thousand of dollars in a single month that’s why he has create a blog on his on name so that he can help beginners to earn money. Here is the favorite SEO Tools of Zac Johnson;
- SEMRush.com: Awesome all around tool for everything you need to know about your site, competitors, backlinks, and rankings.
- MonitorBacklinks.com: Another cool backlink and SEO tool for scoping out the competition.
- Ahrefs.com: Always useful for even more in-depth research on backlinks and competitors.
- SERanking.com: Nice tracking tool to keep an eye on search rankings for sites and offers site audit tools.
- Serpbook.com: Similar to SERanking, with fewer options.
Chris Dreyer from Attorney Rankings
Chris Dreyer is the founder and CEO of Attorney Rankings. Chris is a pro SEO Expert and have been in the field for years. His favorite SEO Tools are below;
- Ahrefs Is a very powerful SEO tool for checking backlinks. I find it more intuitive than Open Site Explorer and Majestic SEO. The tool also has a few new great features, one of which I love is Top Organic Pages. It lets you easily see what pages are driving the most traffic to a competitor’s website.
- SEMRush: We use SEMRush primarily for competitive pay-per-click research and onsite SEO audits. The onsite SEO audits and suggestions SEMRush provides is very helpful when prioritizing action items to improve on your website.
- Screaming frog Is still the best onsite SEO crawler out there. If you want an easy method of looking at the meta-data of a particular site or finding broken links and 404 errors, this is the tool to use. Search Console doesn’t always uncover the errors that this tool reveals. It’s very helpful for onsite SEO optimizations.
- Siteliner: Is the tool we use to uncover duplicate content. In my opinion, the software isn’t user-friendly but we still find it very helpful for content optimizations.
- Accuranker: Is the rank tracking tool we currently use for our agency. It provides keyword updates within a few seconds, it’s easy to use and priced very competitively. We also like Agency Analytics and their rank tracking as well.
Umar Farooq from EasyAsFart.com
Umar is a funny but hard working man. He loves videos and house of videos I mean YouTube. His blog Easy As Fart is for guides like SEO, Blogging, YouTube and Fiverr etc.
Favorite SEO Tools of Umar Farooq are as follow;
I’ve used their tools multiple times in the past and will be using in the future as well. They almost provide all the features for FREE that we see people using in PAID tools. Although their tools come with limitations of some sort, but still, I’d recommend this website to people who don’t wanna break their bank, and still want something that’s “almost” premium.
Most of us aren’t using Keyword Planner anymore. Reason? Because they updated the look we were familiar with for a LONG time! We can’t really see “exact” numbers now of searches that are happening in Google for a specific term we enter in Keyword Planner. But still, wanna know why do I use it?
Well, I use Keyword Planner to find out LSI keywords. Yes, keywords that are relevant and Google gives us in suggestions when we’re doing Keyword Research. This is the reason I’m still using it and it works GREAT for what I use it for.
Keyword Planner didn’t show us Keyword Competitiveness anyways. So why everyone’s leaving it? It still doesn’t show competitiveness, but it does show the LSI keywords that are known for “main” ranking factor in SEO.
This isn’t really a “tool” that I use to improve my website’s SEO, but it is the one that helps me keep track of the SEO performance of my website. I visit it on monthly basis to see when Moz has updated its index of URLs. Because this is when we see updates on our PA (Page Authority) and DA (Domain Authority).
Another tool from Moz that I use to check PA and DA updates, mainly. API Updates is the place to see when they’ve updated their metrics, and Open Site Explorer is the tool to check how much improvement or decrease your website has got in PA and DA. They also state the backlinks coming to any site.
You can’t just EARN from YouTube, but you can also use it for SEO purposes.
You probably knew this already, didn’t you? But you didn’t know HOW to actually use it for SEO, right?
Yep, that’s what I’m going to teach you here.
You see, Google owns YouTube, and we wanna rank in Google, right?
Google also recommends us to use Videos in our articles, right?
So, what’s the BIGGEST platform on the web to upload or host your videos?
Aah, YouTube! 🙂
So, when you wanna rank well in Google, and Google owns YouTube, and Google tells us to add videos in our articles, and we add them and upload them on YouTube.
This is where the magic happens.
When we upload it on YouTube, put our LINK in the description of the video, embed the video on our website, it is giving Google a green signal that you should rank WELL in the search. At least in a better position you’re at right now.
So yeah, that’s how it all works, doing SEO of our blogs with YouTube.
Mukesh Bhardwaj from I Tech Hacks
Mukesh is an intelligent blogger and SEO Expert having years of experience, currently he is managing his own 3 blogs. He works day and night to provide good information about technology on their blogs. His Favorite SEO Tools as as below.
- Google Keyword planner: This tool helps me a lot when it comes to writing an article that I have to rank in short time. Google keyword planner lets you pull monthly Google search query volume estimates for dozens of keywords in seconds. I can never understate the importance of knowing what people search for.
- Grammarly: This one is seriously best SEO tool that I have been used since 3 months. Still confused about the difference between “there” and “their”? This tool helps me a lot to improve my reader’s readability and content quality. Any pro blogger knows that the key to online success is to write like a professional. When it comes to double checking your grammar, this free tool is the best for bloggers.
- SEOprofiler: Keyword research can be a complicated process these days, requiring us to consider the context of our website and a range of competitor metrics such as backlinks, domain authority and page authority. How it helps me? This SEO tool helps me to find my competitors ranking and their DA and PA.
- Smart Google Ninja Technique: This one is my favorite SEO technique to rank my latest blog posts. Sorry, i can’t reveal it here (after successful experiment it will be live). but in simple words, use your mind with like ninja warriors
Muhammad Ahmad from MeetAhmad.com
Muhammad Ahmad is a teenage Blogger from Pakistan, he has a exciting story that says how he started working as blogger how he used blogger.com and how he got his first custom domain name.
- SEMRush is very useful for me to find for which keywords a page is ranking, it help me to compete with my competitors.
- LongTailPro is a perfect SEO tools for me. I integrate it with my free Moz account and uses it to analyze my competitors and their link easily. Not only this you can also find the Domain Authority, Page Authority and other things easily.
- Google keyword planner: I think I don’t need to tell you why I or any other blogger uses Google Keywords Planner.
- Moz is the best source of information about SEO and is also providing many useful SEO Tools for free. I love to use Moz for finding the DA and PA of my and other websites.
- Yoast SEO plugin helps me to write SEO friendly blog posts easily and quickly. As you know it has many useful features which can be used for perfectly optimizing your page that’s why I love this tool.
Ben Wynkoop from BenWynkoop.com
Ben is a SEO consultant from California. He provides services like link building, site’s optimization and other services of this kind. Ben’s Favorite SEO Tools as below;
- SEMrush: At the moment, I am using SEMrush as for site audits, rank tracking (non-local clients) organic research to see discover what keywords that competitors and clients already rank for.
- Majestic: Besides the fantastic name, I like Majestic to check backlinks. Both Majestic and ahrefs are currently the best tools to check backlinks since both have the largest indexes.
- Ahrefs: Previously I primarily used ahrefs to check backlinks, in conjunction with Majestic, but ahrefs is looking very attractive at the moment as a multi-purpose tools since they have added many of the features offered by SEMrush. Start with ahrefs if you have a limited budget and are looking at SEMrush, Majestic, and ahrefs.
- BuzzStream: BuzzStream is a game changer for facilitating your outreach efforts and will make a difference compared to using spreadsheets. Seriously consider BuzzStream if your strategy heavily involves outreach, whether it be for public relations, link building, or referral traffic.
- Screaming Frog: Screaming Frog is the must for technical SEO and can be used to crawl in as many ways as Forrest Gump’s friend Bubba can prepare shrimp.
Jordan Kasteler from JordanKasteler.com
Jordan has been in the field of SEO and Internet Marketing since 2001 so he has a working experience of 15 years.
Jordan has following SEO Tools;
- SEMrush: For competitive intelligence, historical insight, keyword rankings of any site.
- Majestic: For its comprehensive database and quality scoring capabilities.
- Screaming Frog: For site crawl intelligence. There’s simply things you can catch with a live crawl that a tool (e.g. infinite loops) has a hard time providing.
As a bonus, I love pairing Screaming Frog with URL Profiler for the ultimate 1-2-combo on all needed URL stats.
- URL Profiler: For its ability to be a Swiss army knife by hooking into various APIs to populate data.
- BuzzSumo: For the ability to see any site’s top performing content and top influencers who have shared that content.
Mohammad Abid from BiDNetwork
Many pople have a misconception about SEO Tools that, tools bring down the Quality of SEO performed (as difficult work is constantly superior to any robotization) and these tools may be against web index TOS as they send automatic queries.
So first I decided to clear on why I use SEO Tools,
I used SEO Tools to accelerate the SEO process, machines are better and quicker at gathering and handling data than we, peoples, so why not leave that for them? (Case: you can simply utilize Yahoo! to investigate your competitors’ links, then open every page and check its PR with Google toolbar and its backlinks with Yahoo. This will take you the entire day to keep running, with a decent backlink checker tool you’ll do that inside a couple of minutes).
So below are the list of Top 5 SEO Tools I personally used to perform SEO…
Ahrefs is one of the most intense suites of online networking and SEO tools that I’ve ever utilized. Ahrefs has such a large number of mind-blowing features that you can get lost and depend on basically gazing at your own links. Most SEO experts know it as a “backlink checker” that rivals Majestic tools with littler files like Moz and SEMRush. Yet, “backlink checker” horribly undersells Ahrefs as a marketing suite. And there are even more uncountable features of this tool, I will highly recommend this tool to anyone looking for the best backlink checker.
A significant TOOL for checking whether a site is up to scratch. Both (Ahrefs and MOZ) make a fundamentally the same as showing with regards to, demonstrating moment crucial SEO information about the site you’re as of now on. I use both in conjunction with each different as discover you show signs of improvement general feel for the site using both as they take a slightly different indicator.
- WebTextTool: (For On-Page SEO)
You can use this tool even for a free of cost, but actually, you can just do a limited times research on keywords. WTT is a very amazing and helpful tool for on-page SEO and for keyword research purpose. The coolest feature of this tool is that you can even check a live SEO score of your content. If you’re looking for a keyword planner or a tool to analyze your live SEO score then WebTextTool is ideal for you.
- LongTail Pro: (Keyword research tool)
LongTail Pro is basically a desktop application, and you’ve to install it on your device in order to use this tool. LogTail Pro is a paid SEO Tool (limited Trial for this tool is available), this tool was launched back in 2011 and now this keyword research tool is using by over 70,000 SEO Experts including me (P.S: I’m not an expert :D). This tool is simple for anybody to utilize and saves a huge amount of time with competitor analysis and keyword research.
This tool is one of the best (not at all) 😀 keyword research tool, and a good thing about this tool is that it’s totally free. This tool was launched by Google for advertisers to check competition on different keywords but it can also be used for Keyword research purpose. By using this tool you can easily check the volume of a keyword, keyword competition, Monthly average searches on any particular keyword and a suggested bid for advertisers.
Sudhir Shukla from Blogging Seed
Sudhir Shukla is a top SEO expert he has a working experience of 3 years. His blog Blogging Seed is all about making money online, WordPress tips and SEO tips etc.
- Long tail pro is top on my list. I can’t live without this tool. It helps me to analyze the keyword completion, which is very necessary to know before selecting any keyword.
- Buzzsumo helps us to know what is going on around us. Easily understand and analyze what content performs best across different topics and among different competitors.
- Ahrefs is my favorite SEO backlink checker & competitor research tools. The best way to know the backlinks of competitors and also helpful to know your own blog’s spammy backlinks. One great thing about this tool is that its indexing is very fast.
- Follow: I like to use this tool, whenever I have to promote any affiliate product. Because this tool helps me to know the each and every necessary thing to select the campaign and understand what others are doing.
- Buffer: Social media is one of the strongest ways to reach your targeted audience. But that should be on proper timing. So the buffer is the right solution to automate your social shares.
Muhammad Mairaj from E Tutorial Blog
Muhammad Mairaj is an ardent blogger and Seo expert from Abbottabad, Pakistan. You can find topics like SEO, Affiliate marketing, Online money making, Graphics Designing, WordPress and much more on his blog.
Today I am going to share some of my favorite tools which are certainly favorable for search engine optimization.
- Open site explorer: This is an impressive Seo tool which I use on regular basis to vigil and track the links of my website. By using this optimization tool one can easily get other precious information like social metrics, link metrics, keep a close eye on competitor’s websites and instantly check out the DA and PA.
- LSI Graph: Indeed on page SEO is a fundamental part of optimizing our content. So, in this scenario, I am using anastounding free SEO tool which immediately generates hundreds of LSI Keywords. Then I preciously add some of these in suitable positions in my article for creating SEO friendly content.
- Sheerseo: Well, plenty of splendid Seo tools are available on the internet; webmasters deliberately use these as per their needs for improving their search rankings and to check out the performance of their websites or blogs in major search engines. For this purpose, I use an excellent tracking tool called Sheerseo.
- Google Analytics: Is, in fact, the remarkable solution to know more about the visitor’s behavior, page impressions, number of clicks, bounce rate and much more…
- Siteexplorer.info: Well this is another quality tool which amenities individuals to instantly generate the report of their backlinks. Another useful thing which I like the most is you can also check out the link building resources of your competitors with this tool nicely and effectively.
Qadir form Qd Tricks
Qd Tricks is a great blog for technology trick and tips created and managed by Qadir.
Qadir has been in the field of SEO since last few years and also has a good knowledge about SEO.
Qadir’s Favorite SEO Tools are below.
- Ahrefs is one of the best tools for link analysis. Its interface is quite good and easy to use. I use it for competitors analysis and get ideas for keywords.
- Google Analytics & Webmasters: It is very easy to use this tool for Keyword Analysis especially Google Webmasters. GW is the best way to track your keywords with impressions as well.
- SEMRush is one of the best tools for keyword research. I mostly use to track my competitor’s keywords from this tool. It has many great features which other tools don’t have.
- Google Keyword Planner: After SEMRush I use GKP. It is the best free tool to find the keywords with its monthly and yearly searches data. It helps me to find relevant keyword ideas.
Steve Wiideman from Wiideman Consulting Group
Steve Wiideman is number one SEO expert in the world.
- Conductor SearchLight has been an invaluable search engine optimization suite for our enterprise accounts, allowing us to create actionable weekly reports for content, visibility, and leadership teams. Understanding category market share and drilling into trend charts has made growing search rankings scalable, which no other reporting tool can match. Setting measurable goals and moving action items into an integrated CRM is a breeze, as is creating automatic forecasts based on current rankings, click-through curves, and average order values.
- Google Search Console continues to be one of our absolute favorite places to explore and understand how Google perceives our website. We obsess over monitoring security issues, manual actions and crawl behavior, and utilize every available tool, including AMP, HREFLANG, and URL Parameter handling. We always have a tab open in our browser with Google Search Console.
- Marin Software is an industry standard cross-publisher advertising solution that has taken at least 25% of the workload off our strategist’s plate. We use Marin to create and improve business rules for AdWords bid automation, draw insights from top-performing and low-performing areas, and really put performance attributes under the microscope. White-labeled reporting gives our clients a sense of confidence about the level of professionals they are working with, and the account strategists are the awesome second set of eyes for troubleshooting.
- Moz offers a lightweight campaign management solution for SMB and local or regional clients. They save us and our clients a fortune in data aggregator costs and are in-tune with our business needs more than just keyword ranking obsessions. We use OpenSiteExplorer to help create a baseline using metrics we have grown to trust and rely on, which we feel closely emulate Google’s own PageRank and trust scoring criteria.
- Google Analytics is free, which is the number one reason we love it. Second to the no-cost benefit, are the insights we garner after setting up Google Tag Manager and custom reporting, such as dynamic event tracking, which plays a major role in holistic attribution modeling. It’s great when you can tell a client where their traffic and sales came from, it’s even more exciting when you tell your client where their typical visitor first started their journey, what they clicked on, what was a waste of their time, and eventually how to streamline the conversion process by following experience in reverse.
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- SEMrush plays a critical role in uncovering aggregate keyword data across multiple competitors, where relevancy is more important than popularity when it comes to keyword rankings and conversion optimization. Likewise, AHREFS has been instrumental in uncovering intersecting link opportunities that drive traffic to competitors and not to our clients (yet), as well as finding those juice unlinked mentions to support link earning strategies.
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