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5 Must Use Top SEO Tools For Analyzing Your Website

5 Must Use Top SEO Tools For Analyzing Your Website

Website analysis is a key part of Search Engine Optimization or SEO. The main aim of the SEO process is to propel your website towards the top of Google’s search engine results page. But more often than not, SEO professionals experience the analysis part of the process as one that is extremely slow and time-consuming.

For this reason, SEO experts have started using some top SEO tools to help them with their work. In the fiercely competitive world of the internet, the best SEO tools are much in demand. These tools make life much easier for SEO professionals with their whole host of features that are incredibly handy for ensuring successful SEO campaigns.

Let’s take a look at five of the best SEO tools!

Web CEO

Whether it’s managing PPC or SEO campaigns, Web CEO can handle it all. This comprehensive suite packs a lot of punch and it is not merely SEO that Web CEO deals with. This top SEO software has received a lot of plaudits for its sleek user interface. Is your SEO process full of mundane and repetitive tasks? Don’t worry, through its emphasis on automation, Web CEO can take care of those tasks, and much faster too. Get your website ranked in no time with its effective keyword analysis feature, which suggests the optimum keywords for making your site the success it deserves to be.

IBP

iBusiness Promoter or IBP is yet another top SEO software that has garnered a lot of acclaim for itself in the world of SEO. IBP’s software suite aims to perform three major tasks of the SEO process; optimization, promotion, and tracking. IBP’s unique feature is its regular updates, which keeps it in line with changes in search engine algorithms. IBP ensures that your website reaches the pinnacle of various search engines such as Bing, Google, and Yahoo. Has a website that’s just not cutting it? Let IBP tell you the necessary adjustments you have to make.

SEMrush

SEMrush comes to mind whenever there is any discussion regarding the top SEO tools. SEMrush is a favorite tool for SEO analysts. Its analytics reports carry information from various fields of research, such as organic research, advertising research, display advertising, backlinks, video advertising research, and keyword research. Used and approved by over 500,000 users, SEMrush is ideal if you want in-depth information regarding your business’ SEO campaign.

SEO Powersuite

SEO Powersuite is highly talked about SEO software that combines a ton of user-friendly tools for the entire SEO process. SEO Powersuite is the ideal software for those who are comparatively new to the SEO field. You don’t need a lot of experience or know how to handle the SEO Power Suite. It is a cross-platform software and consistently adheres to the changes in search engine algorithm changes. Numerous Fortune 500 companies have been benefited by SEO Power Suite over the years.

SEOProfiler

SEPProfiler packs in tools related to link analysis and building, webpage audits, competitive intelligence, keyword research, web page optimization and social media for outperforming all your competitors to get a prime ranking on search engines. SEOProfiler is a dream software for SEO teams due to its support for multi-user accounts. Well-designed PDF reports can be created using the software too.

Article Source: https://EzineArticles.com/expert/Yash_Pal_Singh/2128387

SEO Company Or SEO Services
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Why Hire an SEO Company Or SEO Services For Online Business?

Why Hire an SEO Company Or SEO Services For Online Business?

Many businesses that are hoping to increase their online presence are hiring an SEO company or using SEO services well to gain every single benefit while achieving their goals.

 

Although attempting to learn SEO yourself is a good idea as well as a tempting one, there are high chances you might implement SEO techniques wrongly because they need months and years of experience.

 

“On the other hand, you can’t let your website in a standby zone yielding no business and income.”

 

The only possible answer one can find is outsourcing a team of SEO experts with the skills and required experience to bring in the best results at affordable rates.

 

The world wide web market has undoubtedly got a boom in online selling and buying, blogging, promotion/marketing, etc. and the race is getting higher with time to be on Google’s first page.

 

Moreover, it is one of the earnest desire of any business person to see his/her website at the top among the competitors of the same business vertical.

 

However, if these reasons are not enough to understand the need for SEO in your online product, then following SEO advantages surely makes it clear Why Hire an SEO Company Or SEO Services For Online Business?

 

TOP Reasons Why SEO Is Important For Your Online Business

What is seen is sold! We have been hearing this for a long time. This five words phrase adequately describes the nature of the online business or the web-tech Thanos sized market.

 

Any SEO company or SEO service provider has one rule, “optimize the site in a way that it clears all the Google norms, let the people come and pay a visit automatically.”

 

Now, if your website is designed qualitatively and present the products or the services around the market prize quantitatively, your chances of becoming a brand increases.

 

But, all this happens if your website is seen by the consumer or customer in a better way. And it is possible if your Search engine rank escalates in a set pattern.

 

BPS IT Services in India is one such SEO company that is currently focussing on increasing the ranks of websites from scratch because we take SEO services seriously due to its five significant advantages.

 

Better traffic, better result:

 

With WordPress, it has become easy to develop a well-designed website; however, if the site is not getting traffic, then it is of no use. The right kind of traffic brings big-time sells where organic should be the only priority. If SEO is done correctly, you stand a chance to be in your targeted audience’s search result.

 

Free keyword audit reports:

 

Every single thing on Google has some rank! The important part is picking out those things according to your business niche that gives a daily chance of being in the search results. An SEO company or freelance SEO service providers work on those things which we call keywords. They use a certain amount of keywords in the landing pages, web pages, URLs, etc. and increase the traffic.

 

Working on keywords and generating organic traffic on your website go hand in hand, their accountability on each other is as same as the winds move the clouds in the atmosphere!

 

Therefore, freelance expert or a well-established SEO company providing SEO services always follow the latest SEO tips and tricks to keep a website in a touch of organic traffic.

 

Content is a game-changer:

Many times, SEO manager or an executive might not know which keywords have better value? What can rank well? Which keyword is the audience’s favorite search query? But, a good content writer does have the ability to work on each kind of popular and LSI SEO keywords to make content rich in information while keeping one eye on the ranking factors.

 

Nowadays, it is difficult to get a better writer, and if you have an SEO company by your side, then it only looks like a solution to each and every problem.

 

Saves time:

If you hire an SEO company, then you have the chance and time to work on the quality of your business products happily. Also, you get the opportunity to learn more about online promotion and digital marketing with the experts of SEO services.

 

Finally, legitimacy is the final perspective:

A client gets the chance to meet all kinds of digital marketing companies influencing the market via SEO. But, it is crucial to understand that a company who use aggressive SEO technique and illegitimate SEO tips and tricks might give you results in weeks or a few months.

 

But, if the process is caught by Google and traffic suddenly dips down, then there one excuse, “It happened due to changes in Google’s algorithm” will be loudly hearable to your ears. Don’t fall for a bad company.

 

Working on SEO need patience and time, thus learning and implementing it yourself can be the biggest challenge in your life.

 

Furthermore, if you have the budget to hire SEO company, then you should go for it as organic traffic generation, keyword auditing, content writing, and following logical SEO process, all are the SEO services that must be implemented at the same time and in a vast manner.

 

Article Source: https://EzineArticles.com/expert/Prashantbairwa_Kumar_Bairwa/727173

 

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SEO a Scam? The Truth About the Industry

SEO a Scam? The Truth About the Industry

I frequent many SEO and Web Marketing forums on a daily basis and every so often there is a debate about the SEO industry and ethics. After being involved in a number of these debates, it has become really obvious that the main problems are the facts that no two SEO companies are alike and there is no unified methodology. It’s very hard to make statements about the industry as a whole because it’s debatable what exactly ‘SEO’ is. Mix in the fact that most SEO companies keep their methodology and campaign strategies secret and we have a situation where every company is totally different with very different results.

 

Fact 1 : There is no unified SEO methodology. SEO is actually defined by wikipedia as a process of improving traffic from SERPs to a site. Of course, HOW they do that is the real question and causes the debates.

 

Fact 2 : The effectiveness of an SEO campaign depends on the site structure, site content, keywords, methodology used, and how popular the site is. A site cannot just rank for any random keyword. SEO is also not voodoo. It is logic, problem solving, and Web marketing mixed together. If your site provides no value to users, it probably won’t rank.

 

Fact 3 : Some ‘SEOs’ do search engine optimization and some do search engine manipulation. Of course, it is all marketed as SEO. Unethical optimization provides results at any cost and is always short term (usually ends in a banned domain name). Ethical optimization opens up the site to the search engines and provides long term benefits.

 

Fact 4 : Most SEO companies get paid whether or not your site gets any rankings. Unfortunately, this is the case with the industry. Most SEO companies implement A, B, and C and move on to the next client. Hopefully, the site ranks. If it doesn’t, they always have more clients.

 

Fact 5 : Most SEO companies use both ethical and unethical inbound linking strategies.To maximize profits, it is very common for SEO companies to buy bulk links from India, links on spam/scraper web sites, or sell large directory submission packages. It is also common for SEO companies to place huge amounts of the contract into inbound linking to make up for the poor quality of the site optimization.

 

I don’t think it is fair to characterize the industry as a whole without figuring out what is wrong with it and how SEO companies can overcome it. So how exactly do we determine what is good and bad about the industry? I have now been involved with the Web for over 10 years and, specifically, with the SEO industry for almost 4 years and I’ve seen the inner workings of major SEO companies and worked with clients who had been burned by their previous SEO campaigns. Combined with numerous Web postings and forum debates talking about the same basic problems, I’ve compiled a list of the most common issues.

 

Problem 1: Responsibility for Results

 

It’s no secret that the vast majority of SEO companies take no responsibility for results. It is a fact that no SEO company can guarantee results (and if they do, they are lying to you). It is also a fact that the client is taking a risk by spending money with an SEO company that basically says ‘We’ll do what we can’. SEO companies simply guarantee they’ll do the work to ‘optimize’ the site, but without full disclosure of their methodology, what exactly is the client paying for? No other industry sells a product with no guarantees and no specific list of work that will be completed. Of course, SEO work is basically the sales of information and keeping the specifics of a methodology is important, but the combination of secrecy and no responsibility for results really makes SEO campaigns risky. So, how can an SEO company reduce the risk for the client and provide the best grade of service?

 

Answer 1: Incentive Based Pricing

 

The only real way to reduce the financial risk of the client is to share the risk. Through incentive-based pricing, the SEO company can charge a certain percentage of the total contract (say 70%) to cover their intellectual property and time while placing the rest of the contract price (remaining 30%) in incentives for success. Of course, incentives and their percentage of the contract would be totally relative depending on the campaign. This first step into sharing in the risk provides both reassurance to the client that the company believes in its methodology and places some of the financial burden of the campaign on the SEO company. At the moment, however, very few SEO companies are willing to share in the risk and charge the same price whether the client gets top rankings or no rankings at all (or possibly even lower rankings).

 

Problem 2: Unethical Optimization

 

Unfortunately, unethical (or blackhat) optimization is still very prominent on the Web. It’s also unfortunate that ‘SEO’ has been mistakenly confused with ‘Blackhat SEO’. This is still the biggest problem for SEO companies. Saying that all SEO companies deal in blackhat optimization is like saying everyone who emails is a spammer. Blackhat optimization is not optimization at all…it is search engine manipulation. Because there is so much money tied to top rankings, there will always be a market for unethical SEO and search engine spam. Until companies realize what is ethical and unethical and stop supporting those blackhat SEO companies, they will continue to thrive. This makes the industry as a whole look bad and does not reflect the ethics of good SEO companies. Blackhat provides fast, short term results, but is never a good option in the long run.

 

Answer 2: Ethical Optimization

 

There is no quick and easy solution to blackhat optimization’s stain on the SEO industry. I would suggest that all marketing departments research optimization techniques and educate themselves on what techniques are unethical. No SEO company is going to say they do unethical optimization. It’s also not a good idea to immediately trust a company or product based simply on their rankings. Unethical optimization DOES provide rankings…just not for the long run.

 

It would also be helpful if the major search engines would be more open and accessible to SEO companies. Currently, the major search engines and SEO companies do not deal with each other and have formed a sort of love-hate relationship. Because of this, many ethical SEOs have slowly moved into dark territory. Ethical optimization seeks to make sites more easily accessible to the engines and help to improve the engine’s search results. The problem is that the search engines mainly clump all SEO companies together the same way as uninformed users do: search engine manipulation. This is just not the case. Search engines do not want to reveal what they consider unethical because it would basically be providing a list of holes in their algorithms that blackhat SEOs would be able to manipulate further, but a defined list of ‘what not to do’ would provide a definitive list for businesses looking for an SEO company.

 

Basic Rules of Ethical Optimization

 

Any campaign that does not abide by the following rules is dealing in unethical optimization techniques and should be avoided.

 

1.) What the user sees and what the search engine sees should be exactly the same. Do not hide anything.

 

2.) Your keywords (and the resulting optimization) should exactly reflect the content of the page.Keywords should always reflect what your site is about.

 

3.) Do not build out pages exclusively for search engines. The site should always cater to both audiences (users and search engines). Catering to only users is why optimization is necessary. Catering only to search engines is optimization gone too far into blackhat.

 

4.) Do not participate in manipulative inbound linking schemes like link farms, bulk links, triangle linking, or any other unethical manipulation of your Google PageRank or link authority. Inbound links should be relevant to the content of your site and you should always know who is linking to you and where your links come from.

 

Problem 3: Assembly Line / Software SEO

 

With the growth of the SEO industry has also come the automation of SEO. The absolute first thing any prospective SEO client should know is that all effective SEO campaigns are custom. There is no checklist of items that will work exactly the same on every site. If the SEO company claims there is, then they are not doing full optimization and the campaign is minimal. A good optimization campaign optimizes the site architecture, text content, and code of the site. Assembly line SEO does not take into consideration the unique needs/design of the site and may even deal in blackhat optimization. SEO software especially should be looked at closely. There are really only two things SEO software could do that would work for any site: doorway pages (showing engines one thing and users a different thing; which is unethical) or a system of pages build exclusively for search engines (often called info or information pages and linked in an out of the way part of the page). Doorway pages are 100% unethical and info pages are deep in the gray area. Neither of those two methods address the architecture of the site, proper keyword analysis, or effective text content. The following links are examples of automated SEO software freely available on the Web. All links contain ‘nofollow’ to prevent the sites from getting inbound link credit from our site. These sites are NOT recommended by TreeHouse SEM.

 

http://doorwaypagemaker.com/ – Doorway page system; UNETHICAL

 

http://www.doorway-wizard.com/ – Doorway page system; UNETHICAL

 

Answer 3: Custom Campaign and Assessment

 

‘SEO Software’ may be cheap and affordable, but you get what you pay for. Any campaign that is going to slap on additional pages are simply sell you links is NOT an effective SEO campaign. Any SEO effort that simply has you add a few ‘optimized’ pages to your site is not going to be optimal. If you wanted to convert a street car into a race car, you don’t simply add racing strips to it. Don’t think that dumping a few pages on your site targeted to some random keywords is the same as a real SEO campaign.

 

If your SEO company will not sit down and talk about the layout, architecture, and aim of your site, then it is not providing a top-end service. Remember that the vast majority of ‘SEO software’ either is for building doorway/landing pages or simply providing you with data about your site (data that is already free to everyone on the Web). Good SEO campaigns take into account both the user and the search engines…not one or the other. An SEO company should have a commanding understanding of user experience and search engine optimization and use these in combination to create a campaign that will provide the best ROI. The end goal should always be leads/sales. Bringing in piles of non-targeted traffic often leads to extremely high turn over rates and very low lead conversion.

 

Conclusion

Do your research. Find out what you want from an optimization campaign and then ask the right questions. Make sure that the sales representative you talk to knows what they are selling. If they do not, they are definitely not the person to get information from. A lot of SEO companies use hard sale tactics and the reps are less than knowledgeable about what they are selling. Ask the following questions and see what they have to say.

 

1.) How do you assess keywords? If an SEO company simply optimizes for whatever keywords are sent to them by the client, the SEO campaign starts off on very shaky ground. Keyword analysis should be performed that takes into account the number of searches in all the major search engines and the relative competition for those terms. The site should also be compared to the keywords to see if they support each other.

 

2.) Do you plan on building out pages specifically to house keywords? Landing pages and doorway pages are not effective long term SEO options. SEO companies like them because they do not have to touch the rest of the site and it’s very easy to simply add band aids instead of performing surgery.

 

3.) Will my SEO campaign also help improve the user experience of the site? Proper architecture and usability goes hand in hand with SEO and helps increase ROI. You should want to bring in new traffic and convert it.

 

4.) Does my revenue model affect my keyword selection and the optimization as a whole? Any SEO company that does not optimize based on the target audience is NOT providing the most effective campaign. An ecommerce site marketing to comparative shoppers will want to optimize heavily for product names and model numbers. An online magazine wanting to bring in recurring traffic will want to optimize for article topics and specific themes. Local companies will want to optimize for geo-targeted keywords.

 

5.) I want to optimize my site, but do not want to change any of the existing content or layout…how would you go about this? Any SEO company that says they will simply add on landing pages or hide text is selling blackhat. This goes back to the earlier analogy. You are really saying that you have a car that you want to modify to be very fast, but do not want to modify the engine and the mechanic simply adds racking stripes and charges you full price.

 

Article Source: https://EzineArticles.com/expert/Steve_Devries/143414

 

Support Sunday

How To Ask For Tech Support The Right Way

We all have had to face a tech problem in the past that required us to seek tech support. The problem can range all over the place, it could be a problem with your printer, computer or who knows maybe even your cell phone. When it’s time to try and find tech support, in order to get the support you want, here are a few tips on things to do when submitting requests for tech support, or even just doing a quick web search for it.

 

Be More Specific

 

This is the main one. If someone came to me and said “my computer isn’t working, how do I fix it?” I could not help them. This request is too generic. It has no detail what so ever. I can already start asking questions like, what is it showing you? When did this happen? What were you doing at the time? These are just a couple things I might ask the person asking for my tech support. You got to actually tell me what’s not working. After I get the answers to these questions I would still have to ask more such as, what OS does it run? How long have you had it? What OEM made the computer? Of course, if you are using something else than a computer trying to get tech support adjust the questions you will need to answer in your request to suit that piece of technology. Another good thing to include here would be the specs. of the computer. Tech support will want to know things like what the CPU of the computer is and how much RAM you have. These are all important in case maybe someone else has had the same issue with that same RAM company or something like that. If someone had the same issue, it will be much quicker for tech support to troubleshoot it.

 

Include Model Numbers In Your Tech Support Request

 

This can help tech support a lot if they can get the model number of the computer, printer, etc. you are trying to get tech support for. In fact, if you include this they may not even need to ask for the specifications of the computer. They will be able to research your model number and find all that and more about the computer. This is also something super useful to use when searching Google or other search engines for tech support. You can get help or advice from people who know your technology exactly and maybe have encountered this issue in the past and learned how to troubleshoot it.

 

Don’t Be Afraid to Write a Little

 

If you are posting your request on a Q&A site or support forum for example don’t be afraid to write a good paragraph or two on what exactly is up with this certain piece of technology you need support for. If the site has some good people they will read it and will be able to provide much better support to you because they actually know at least what is happening.

 

Include Screenshots or Video

 

If it is possible, try including screenshots or pictures with your requests. If the error has a sequence, maybe even try getting a video up on YouTube so people can see what is happening. A visual can always help people know so they don’t have to make their own visual in their head. If you have to, don’t be afraid to use a camera and just take a picture of the screen if you can’t get a screenshot. The quality obviously won’t be as good if you go down this path, but at least you have a visual for those trying to aid you with tech support.

 

Overall the main idea here is detail, detail and you guessed it, more detail! If you can get this idea down you will be on your way to submitting better tech support requests that will get you the answers you need faster. After all, everyone wants the problem fixed, now! I truly believe that following these tips can get you closer to that. Though, one more thing, if you can get on phone support, do it! That is a very good thing! Phone support allows you to explain, using the power of your voice, in real-time. So, if that is an option, use it! Do you have some tips? Leave them as a comment!

 

Article Source: https://EzineArticles.com/expert/Ryan_R_A/1370383