This feature basically tells you how many links you’ll need to rank for that keyword.
So if you find a keyword that has a LPS of 50+, you know that you’ll need to do some serious link building to rank for that term.
But with Varvy, you get access to data that most other free tools don’t show you including mobile-friendliness, missing alt text, HTTPS setup, robots.txt analysis and more.
It also gives you specific recommendations that you can implement to fix them straight from Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.
If you want to see where you rank for a specific keyword in Google, you definitely want to use a rank tracking tool.
This free tool makes the process a cinch (and you can check up to 10 keywords for free).
And that’s exactly what LSIGraph is designed to do: it creates a list of LSI keywords that you can sprinkle into your content.
Analysis lets you dig deep on an LSI keyword from your list. That way, you can find even MORE awesome LSI keywords to use.
You already have a post about SEO tools, will not be this create a Keyword cannibalization issue for your website? This post is targeting “best free SEO tools”.
Good question. Not really. It’s more for people that are closer to choosing a tool (the other post is mostly for people that want an overview of all of the SEO software on the market).
You can use TubeBuddy for YouTube for FREE, and VidIQ for free on YouTube as well. You can go on YouTube and search for videos on how to rank on with these tools to get a better understanding of how to use them. They are GREAT tools to use!!!
Hey Brian huge fan of the blog. I’m an SEO Consultant for Screaming Frog. Another nifty feature:
You can sort pages by the number of internal links pointing to them, so you can see what pages are valued the most on a site.
Great for finding content that could be bested with the skyscraper method and keywords!
SimilarWeb browser extension is also an important free tool for determining the traffic on a site and other things of the sort.
Good read! Use most of the tools almost daily, can also suggest http://mergewords.com to easily combine keywords!I had advantages to state about SEO Tools a few days back.
Yoast SEO, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Answer The Public. Keywords Everywhere and Answer The Public are one of the finest free tools available.
Can you suggest a good tool to check for keyword density on a page, for short and long tail keywords?