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3 Free Website Analysis Tools You Should Be Using

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Getting the upper hand on your competition can be difficult and even more so when you’re not sure how your own website is performing. There are many tools available online that help you see how you’re doing with your SEO, and most importantly where your website needs to improve. All website owners should take advantage of these free tools to discover your website’s strengths and weaknesses, and to see how you compare against your competitors.

1. My Site Auditor

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This is a simple and easy-to-use analytical tool. With some website analysis tools it’s easy to get lost in the enormity of the analytical data, My Site Auditor on the other hand provides you with a simple report based on your keywords. It’ll identify where your SEO is performing strong and where it needs help.  My Site Auditor is also great for keeping an eye on your competitor’s website and seeing where their strong and weak points are.

2. SEO Report Card

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Created by UpCity this is an example of another simplistic approach to getting all the analytics you need from your website and comparative stats for your competition. This is a great free service for small businesses and provides you the insight you need to see how your website is performing.

3. Woorank

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This is an insightful tool aimed at website owners and in-house SEO teams. Woorank is a clever auditing tool that will provide you with a comprehensive insight into how you can improve the optimisation of your website. Once you submit your URL, you’ll be provided with an in-depth report on SEO, social media, mobile optimisation, usability and so much more.

These are powerful tools that allow you to delve into your website’s analytics and better understand how you can improve your website’s performance. These tools give you access to your competitors results too, providing you indepth competitor analysis that otherwise would be difficult to obtain.

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  1. Pallab says:

    You must also check out Raven Tools. Offers trial accounts and is simply and mother of all site audit tools for SEO. Don’t buy my words, try it yourself. Cheers!

  2. Leora Raivich says:

    You can also check out Intlock’s SharePoint Marketing Suite Free Edition – excellent software and provides in depth analysis and reports on much more than just SEO.

  3. Boris Budeck says:

    Good tips. Tried to sign up to My Site Auditor and always received an error message. Contacted their support. Tried to sign up to SEO Report Card and they deny me access as I can’t provide a valid US phone number. WooRank starts in my language automatically and only asks for the website URL to be analyzed.

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