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    Good SEO analysis tool
    Hi,

    Can anybody recommend a good SEO analitics tool that works on multiple languages. I've used two but they are highly configured for the US.

    I want to analyze my websites and see how I am able to improve. And of course monitor my competition.

    Thanks

    Affy

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    I've used several over the year. The latest one I've tried is SEO Recon. IDK that I'd recommend it over anything else out there.

    Over the years of doing SEO, I've discovered that spending time analyzing your competitors could be time spent creating quality content and rereading Google's basic SEO guidelines.

    If you copy your competitors you maybe copying a formula that will get eliminated during the next major Google algorithm change.

    I'd strongly suggest continued education on whitehat techniques and practice basic SEO. Content is king. Links are 99% dead weight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by calebtheredwood View Post
    I've used several over the year. The latest one I've tried is SEO Recon. IDK that I'd recommend it over anything else out there.

    Over the years of doing SEO, I've discovered that spending time analyzing your competitors could be time spent creating quality content and rereading Google's basic SEO guidelines.

    If you copy your competitors you maybe copying a formula that will get eliminated during the next major Google algorithm change.

    I'd strongly suggest continued education on whitehat techniques and practice basic SEO. Content is king. Links are 99% dead weight.
    Thanks, I got the same impression. Ofc the basics are done by me and a few of my sites rank OK and suprisingly hardly any backlinks but loads of content and age. Nevertheless I still think a god SEO analyzer could add just that tiny bit needed to get better rankings. Might be a myth but I think there must be a tool out there that works. I tried several but the hundreds spend gave me nothing more then I could find for free on the web.

    But with so many SEO specialist out there it should be possible to find a tool that doens't do the obvious, like they all seem to do.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebtheredwood View Post
    Over the years of doing SEO, I've discovered that spending time analyzing your competitors could be time spent creating quality content and rereading Google's basic SEO guidelines.

    If you copy your competitors you maybe copying a formula that will get eliminated during the next major Google algorithm change.

    I'd strongly suggest continued education on whitehat techniques and practice basic SEO. Content is king. Links are 99% dead weight.
    I agree, it is basically all about helping the visitor with their problem.

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    I actually had a good experience with IBP, but I also heard good things about SEOpower suite.
    I would suggest that you run a search in Google with the KW "IBP VS SEOpower suite" and see what kind of software will answer your needs.
    Good luck.

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    One of the useful tool is
    SEO Analysis Tool Firefox & Flock Extension

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    It is really important to analyze the competition, i know a lot of marketers that are successful at ranking by copying competitors campaigns and out doing them.

    About the seo analytics tool i'd check IBP or the SEOpower tool too, it seems that they're good tools, i heard good things about them though never tryed them myself, i still use free tools for now.

    Good luck,

    CoolMaster

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