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Large list of seo tools

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by phoenixcarpet, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. Blogmaster

    Blogmaster Blood Type Dating Affiliate Manager

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    Blogmaster, Jul 23, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
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    #22
    minstrel: Yes I consider you negitive habit of harassing me spam. If you have an issue with my posts take it to management and stop spamming the threads with your negitive garbage.
     
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    Shoemoney $

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    hey phoenixcarpet do you care if I add this to my googleninja.com I will post your links and give you credit.
     
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    phoenixcarpet Peon

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    Thank you very much shoemoney. Just trying to pass along something that helped me out when I first got started. Sorry obout the aff id, i missed that one. Also, not everything is strictly seo on the list, just most of it. I was just giving a good resource for everyone.
     
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    phoenixcarpet Peon

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    #25
    Hey shoemoney, about that link you were talkin about, all I see is some hottie you must of met in paris!!!
     
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    yea i am going to make a se resource site tho... its pr4 or so i think
     
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    #27
    I have a tool that helps with finding keyword competition. Please add to the list if you find it helpful. Any feedback would be nice:

    http://www.cheaperclicks.com/tools/google/

    :)
     
    cheaperclicks, Jul 29, 2005 IP
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    obenix Eats an apple a day......

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    #28
    Nice list... I'm sure many have bookmarked this thread like me...:)
    Anyway, just to highlight that the above links are broken...
     
    obenix, Aug 11, 2005 IP
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    #29
    One more cool tool.

    LinkAssistant (www.link-assistant.com)

    It's link exchange software. Seems like Arelis sucks ;)
     
    nick_noulty, Aug 11, 2005 IP
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    thanks guys, I get remove those next time. Glad you all like the list.
     
    phoenixcarpet, Aug 15, 2005 IP
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    #31
    Sorry for late comment, but I'm new here on this board so this thread is new to me. :)

    This is nice list of great tools but unfortunately, some links are broken. But, beside that you can find a great and useful tools in that list! Thanks for that! :)
     
    affbusiness, Aug 29, 2005 IP
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    Good list.. Anyone know of a good guide on here for newbies to Internet Marketing?
     
    lcubehost, Nov 19, 2006 IP
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    What's the best tool to check organic keywords search volume?
     
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    #36
    Awesome thread! I'm hitting CTRL-D in Firefox to bookmark it right now.

    My two cents:

    Cent #1: Here's a very nice competition research tool that goes by the name of SEO SpyGlass. It's my new backlink analyzer of choice. Free version available, to the best of my knowledge.

    Cent #2: SpyFu, another competition research tool. Also free. Just enter an URL, and it'll tell you top ad competitors, top organic competitors and more. Check it out.


    Hope this is useful,
    Warkot
     
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    You might want to think twice about Cent #2:

    1. the webscraper site has multiple popups and popunders, which is at best annoying, and the software is designed to enable others to easily steal your content

    2. call me cynical, but given that the SpyFu site is powered by webscraper, entering your URL may be just making it easier for "Velocityscape Web Scraper Plus+" to do what it does.
     
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    Hmmm... I wasn't aware of Web Scraper Plus+, and that it powered SpyFu...

    As for popups, I didn't notice any at http://www.velocityscape.com/WebScraperPlus.aspx. I even allowed scripts on this page... Still no pop-ups... :confused:

    (By the way, in case you didn't know, here's a cool Firefox extension that blocks scripts on a per-site basis. Since so many people use popovers, popups etc., NoScript has become indispensable for me...)

    Warkot
     
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    Odd. I don't like Firefox (I use IE7 and Opera) but I do have a pop-up blocker. Maybe the Firefox one is better than the one I'm using. :)

    What worried me and led me to hit the red X on that site was that several popped up in quick succession.
     
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    http://www.seoname.com
     
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