Analyze and filter which keywords are really already ranking in your industry, and who is ranking highly for the same keywords that you decide to target.
Find the top 100 highest quality websites that link back to your website, and see who is linking to your competitors for a great outreach PR campaign.
Run a series of tests on your website and get recommendations from Google on how to improve your website’s speed. Check your website speed, who is linking to you, sitemaps structure, and more.
Our SEO toolset designed to help you perform website audits and competition research
Uses Google to find your competitors for a specific keyword.New
Displays estimated monthly search volume, CPC, and market value for unlimited keywords.
Find your current rank on Google for all of your keywords. Checks the first 250 results.
Find your current rank on Bing for all of your keywords. Checks only the first 100 results.
Displays the top search queries that lead visitors to your website.
Calculates the total number of pages that Google and Bing have indexed for your site.
Reads and parses your robots.txt file to find sitemaps and rules.
Scans your sitemap files to see how hard it will be for Google and Bing to find it.
Easily and instantly submit your sitemap(s) to Google and Bing.
Scrapes Alexa to find your current global rank.
Displays whether or not that page can be crawled and/or indexed by Google and Bing.
Tests whether or not your webpage(s) will be displayed as “mobile-friendly” on Google search results.
Checks the headers returned by the page for errors or problems.
Shows the top 100 highest quality backlinks pointing to your website.
Shows the top 100 newest backlinks pointing to your website.
Shows the top 100 poorest (lowest quality) backlinks pointing to your website.
Shows the top websites which refer the most traffic to your website.
Runs a speed test on your website and provides recommendations from Google on how to improve.
Checks all links on a webpage, determines whether they are internal or external (outgoing), dofollow or nofollow.
Finds the most common words or phrases on your webpage, checks them against the page title and meta description.
Pulls meta tags out of the page and displays whether or not that meta tag is used by Google and Bing.