These days we’re all working hard to speed up our website and making sure the ranking as high as possible on Google and all search engines.
Over the years we’ve compiled a list of tools that we use on our own websites.
Some are paid, most are free. But they’re all quality and worth having a look.
#1 SEO Analyzer by Neil Patel
Neil Patel offers his SEO Analyser completely free and gives us a good amount of information on our sites.
The tool will point out all of the SEO errors that need to be fixed in order to increase your rankings.
It even shows you your site speed and how it may affect your overall ranking on search engines.
We love the SEO audit report. It doesn’t just point out errors but gives you step by step instructions on how you can fix each of them.
So, MySiteAuditor is more of a lead generation and sales tool. But we use the free “What’s Your SEO Score?” tool to get a report from time-to-time.
It provides a nice PDF report showing your site’s speed, image analysis, keyword check, copy analysis and code analysis.
Seoptimer is another great free SEO tool.
It provides a nice overall picture of your site breaking the audit into several sections.
Seoptimer offers feedback on sub-pages, SEO, usability, site performance, social presence, security, technology (PHP version etc), and recommendations.
Cocolyze is brought to you by the folks from SiteAnalyzer.
The tool also provides a nice PDF version of the report.
You can try Cocolyze with a 14-day trial (no credit card required).
OK, this is a paid tool, but it is really awesome!
Ahrefs SEO Site Audit is incredibly powerful and offers a ton of features. Site Audit will crawl all your pages and provide an overall SEO score.
It carefully inspects your keywords and your link building quality as well as compares how your site is performing versus your competitors.
It is, however, a little costly with their Lite version coming in around $99/mo.