20 Best SEO Tools Roundup 10/18/10

Do you have problem in finding any words in Google web? Or getting confused because of so many choices in the website about the key words that you typed? And …
Do you have problem in finding any words in Google web? Or getting confused because of so many choices in the website about the key words that you typed? And maybe you are often open the wrong or fake website? Don’t worry people. Here, we give you the review of trusted list and website that you can trust and help you to find your need. You don’t have to feel worry about the website or assume whether this website is a fake or not, because we have checked all these websites for you. So, enjoy the list bellow and get what you need here.

Ranking Checker by SEOmoz.com
This is the most top SEO tool. Why? It is because this tool allows you to type up to 5 keywords a day. You will be charged free by using this tool and it is very easy how to use it. First, you have to open an account in SEOmoz.com. After you get sign in to the website, choose “browser button” and it will help you copy the URL page that you type before automatically. It is really flexible and saving time.


Do you have problem in finding any words in Google web? Or getting confused because of so many choices in the website about the key words that you typed? And …
Do you have problem in finding any words in Google web? Or getting confused because of so many choices in the website about the key words that you typed? And maybe you are often open the wrong or fake website? Don’t worry people. Here, we give you the review of trusted list and website that you can trust and help you to find your need. You don’t have to feel worry about the website or assume whether this website is a fake or not, because we have checked all these websites for you. So, enjoy the list bellow and get what you need here.

Ranking Checker by SEOmoz.com
This is the most top SEO tool. Why? It is because this tool allows you to type up to 5 keywords a day. You will be charged free by using this tool and it is very easy how to use it. First, you have to open an account in SEOmoz.com. After you get sign in to the website, choose “browser button” and it will help you copy the URL page that you type before automatically. It is really flexible and saving time. Leer más “20 Best SEO Tools Roundup 10/18/10”

The Netsetter: SEO Writing Tip #1 – Optimize Your Title Tag

“I don’t write for search engines,” blogs the social media cool kid. Presumably, he writes for “people”. Yeah, right.

If you read no further than this sentence, I’ll be content if you let just one concept sink in: Writing for search engines is writing for people.
The Case for SEO Writing

There are at least two types of writing for search engines. The type that understandably inspires contempt from writers of reputation is keyword article writing. Keyword articles are designed expressly to capture search traffic, and their quality is usually marginal, reflecting the pittance (by Western standards) paid to the writer ($3-10 per article). They’re often written in non-idiomatic English, stuffed with keywords (the terms that people put into search engines), and uninformative. A keyword article found on a search for “auto accident clam”, will feature fluff sentences like, “Auto accidents are something that everyone wants to avoid. Some only cause minor car damage, but others can be fatal. If you’re involved in an accident, you should file an auto accident claim”. This is the kind of content that gives SEO a bad rap.

The type of search optimized writing that I advocate is what might be termed SEO conscious writing, which can be applied to copy of any quality level. The writer’s goal isn’t to maximize keyword density or indiscriminately fill whitespace, but to maximize the content’s lifetime value through search discoverability. What does that mean?

Let’s look at a blog post title that sounds juicy, but is actually terrible for search engines: “10 Ways to Make Enemies on Twitter”. No doubt, it’s great linkbait, and provocative enough to stoke a flurry of pageviews. But what happens afterwards? After a few subsequent posts, this one falls off the front page and into the blog’s archive. A few dedicated readers will read past the first page, but for practical intents and purposes, the post no longer exists. Only those who were impressed enough by the post the first time to read it again will search to find it.

So why is this title bad for search engines, and why does it matter? No one searches for information on how to “make enemies on Twitter”. If that isn’t already obvious, put that phrase in the Google Keyword Tool and see if it shows more than zero searches a month. On the other hand, the keyword “how to use twitter” gets 8100 searches a month worldwide on average. This means that around 270 more people each day search for “how to use Twitter” than “make enemies on Twitter”. If your blog’s “How to Use Twitter” post ranked #1 in Google, it would receive 42% of the Google’s total search traffic (the statistical norm for the top search result): around 113 visits a day. The post, “How to Make Enemies on Twitter”, regardless of its ranking in Google, would receive close to zero search traffic.


The Netsetter: SEO Writing Tip #1 – Optimize Your Title Tag

“I don’t write for search engines,” blogs the social media cool kid. Presumably, he writes for “people”. Yeah, right.

If you read no further than this sentence, I’ll be content if you let just one concept sink in: Writing for search engines is writing for people.

The Case for SEO Writing

There are at least two types of writing for search engines. The type that understandably inspires contempt from writers of reputation is keyword article writing. Keyword articles are designed expressly to capture search traffic, and their quality is usually marginal, reflecting the pittance (by Western standards) paid to the writer ($3-10 per article). They’re often written in non-idiomatic English, stuffed with keywords (the terms that people put into search engines), and uninformative. A keyword article found on a search for “auto accident clam”, will feature fluff sentences like, “Auto accidents are something that everyone wants to avoid. Some only cause minor car damage, but others can be fatal. If you’re involved in an accident, you should file an auto accident claim”. This is the kind of content that gives SEO a bad rap.

The type of search optimized writing that I advocate is what might be termed SEO conscious writing, which can be applied to copy of any quality level. The writer’s goal isn’t to maximize keyword density or indiscriminately fill whitespace, but to maximize the content’s lifetime value through search discoverability. What does that mean?

Let’s look at a blog post title that sounds juicy, but is actually terrible for search engines: “10 Ways to Make Enemies on Twitter”. No doubt, it’s great linkbait, and provocative enough to stoke a flurry of pageviews. But what happens afterwards? After a few subsequent posts, this one falls off the front page and into the blog’s archive. A few dedicated readers will read past the first page, but for practical intents and purposes, the post no longer exists. Only those who were impressed enough by the post the first time to read it again will search to find it.

So why is this title bad for search engines, and why does it matter? No one searches for information on how to “make enemies on Twitter”. If that isn’t already obvious, put that phrase in the Google Keyword Tool and see if it shows more than zero searches a month. On the other hand, the keyword “how to use twitter” gets 8100 searches a month worldwide on average. This means that around 270 more people each day search for “how to use Twitter” than “make enemies on Twitter”. If your blog’s “How to Use Twitter” post ranked #1 in Google, it would receive 42% of the Google’s total search traffic (the statistical norm for the top search result): around 113 visits a day. The post, “How to Make Enemies on Twitter”, regardless of its ranking in Google, would receive close to zero search traffic. Leer más “The Netsetter: SEO Writing Tip #1 – Optimize Your Title Tag”

SEO Primer: Improve Your Business Website’s Ranking

There is definitely a combination of art and science that I never appreciated until having to do it. So, to save others some time, here are some very basic things that any business should do to optimize the ranking of its website in search engine results. Nothing explained here is necessarily a secret or difficult to find out. The trick is to find a good cookbook and a process that is easy to follow…(more)


There is definitely a combination of art and science that I never appreciated until having to do it. So, to save others some time, here are some very basic things that any business should do to optimize the ranking of its website in search engine results. Nothing explained here is necessarily a secret or difficult to find out. The trick is to find a good cookbook and a process that is easy to follow…(more) Leer más “SEO Primer: Improve Your Business Website’s Ranking”

Take Your Blog To The Top Of Search Results With SEO PowerSuite

You may have the greatest blog ever with mind-blowing design and captivating content, but if you just sit and wait for people to come and read it, chances are they won’t. In today’s world you need to get out there and promote your blog to get more eyeballs on your writing. One of the best ways to do it is by optimizing your blog for the search engines.

If you take a look at the traffic sources of the top blogs in any niche you’ll notice that a large chunk of their visitors come via search engines. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become one of the most effective promotion tools in the blogger’s arsenal. But when you blog regularly, reply to comments, and work hard to grow a community around your blog you may not have enough time to invest in SEO, and professional SEOs charge an arm and a leg. So how do you optimize your blog without stealing the time from blogging or forking out for SEO services?


You may have the greatest blog ever with mind-blowing design and captivating content, but if you just sit and wait for people to come and read it, chances are they won’t. In today’s world you need to get out there and promote your blog to get more eyeballs on your writing. One of the best ways to do it is by optimizing your blog for the search engines.

If you take a look at the traffic sources of the top blogs in any niche you’ll notice that a large chunk of their visitors come via search engines. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become one of the most effective promotion tools in the blogger’s arsenal. But when you blog regularly, reply to comments, and work hard to grow a community around your blog you may not have enough time to invest in SEO, and professional SEOs charge an arm and a leg. So how do you optimize your blog without stealing the time from blogging or forking out for SEO services? Leer más “Take Your Blog To The Top Of Search Results With SEO PowerSuite”