Tools and features
These tools will test a provided keyword to find your rank on the search results page.
This tool collects data from Alexa and finds the top 5 search queries that lead visitors to your website. It also displays the following for each query:
- Estimated percentage of searches
- Estimated search volume per month
- Estimated advertising CPC
- Estimated market value (CPC × volume)
Volume, advertising, and market data is collected from serps.com.
Displays the total number of indexed pages by your website on both Google and Bing.
This tool parses and displays the rules in your robots.txt file, organized into a table. It also displays any sitemaps from the robots.txt file, followed by the raw text.
This tool displays all sitemaps that are discoverable by search engines. If a sitemap is not displayed here, it will likely not be found by search engines.
Along with each sitemap, the following information is displayed:
- The http status (200 means the sitemap is working)
- The sitemap type/format
- The number of entries in the sitemap
- A percentile representing how difficult it will be for search engines to find the sitemap
Displays the sitemaps from the Sitemap tool and adds a button to submit these sitemaps to both Google and Bing.
Displays the global Alexa rank for this domain name. Lower is better. 1 is the lowest possible rank.
Allows you to test whether a page on your website is crawlable and/or indexable by search engines, accounting for your robots.txt file as well as meta tags.
The built-in robots.txt parser accounts for all standards and rules defined by Google.
This tool checks your website's sourcecode to detect whether or not it will be considered "mobile-friendly" by Google in the search results. It checks meta tags, stylesheets, and embedded styles.
Checks the headers returned by the page for errors or problems. Allows you to check multiple pages on your website. This tool will also check redirection, and explains whether a redirection is permanent or temporary.
Runs a speed test using Pingdom and displays the results, along with optimization tips from Google Webmaster Tools.
Parses the webpage and displays all links, including the anchor text, whether or not it is internal or external, and whether it is nofollow or dofollow.
Finds the most common words on the webpage, and displays them alongside the page title and meta description. Each phrase includes:
- The number of occurrences on that page
- Whether or not the phrase is in the page title
- Whether or not the phrase is in the meta description
- The estimated weight of the phrase
SEO tip — a phrase that appears in both the page title and meta description should have a higher weight than a phrase that does not. In this tool, a higher weight means it is more likely to trigger a higher rank.
For example, google.com shows the phrase "search" as its top phrase, with a weight of 2.4%, and is in the meta description. As expected.
Pulls meta tags out of the page and displays whether or not that meta tag is used by Google and Bing.
Displays estimated monthly search volume, CPC, and market value for a keyword. This data is collected from serps.com.
Uses Google to find your competitors for a specific keyword. Displays their ranks, link strength, number of backlinks, number of unique backlinks, and % nofollow backlinks.