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    Home Grown SEO Audit Tool

    Hello everyone

    So I've been working on a small SEO website analyzer project, that is still currently in beta stages but will be improved and finalised in the foreseeable future.

    You can find it here >> The Pixel Hog-Website Profiler

    I'm looking to add a few new features soon such as on-page analyzer (title tags, descriptions, headings, etc). Another feature I'm going to be adding alongside that is a "Suggestions" section, which will suggest fixes for on and off page SEO. This will cater for people who don't have a firm understanding of SEO and show how the simplest fixes can benefit them with Google.

    Any help, ideas or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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    Sweet and simple interface

    My one suggestion is given:

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    This will cater for people who don't have a firm understanding of SEO and show how the simplest fixes can benefit them with Google.
    It might be an idea to have a page that explains what the various scores represent and some idea of how they are arrived at.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    It might be an idea to have a page that explains what the various scores represent and some idea of how they are arrived at.
    I agree. I'm just experimenting with the api's and then I'm going to put it into a proper framework (Then I can easily implement a login and day-to-day tracking system). After that is done, I'll add all the usability stuff

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