New Tools in Raven SEO Toolbox
Raven SEO toolbox is one of the few tools I use on a daily basis. For three weeks Raven announced a partnership with Majestic SEO and now they already released two new tools using the Majestic SEO interface: “Site Finder” and “Backlink Explorer”. If you want to test these tools for free I suggest you read till the end of the article!
A short overview:
fig. 1: Raven shows SERP rankings and Analytics data together. This screenshot also demonstrates the importance of Yahoo in Germany.
- The research tools give you some quick information about the quality of a website for SEO. It exists of a Quality Analyzer, which gives you general information like the number of indexed pages in Google and Yahoo, number of backlinks in Google and Yahoo, Pagerank, number of edu and gov links and a site is listed in DMOZ or not. The design analyzer let’s you see how optimized a site is for SEO. It analyzes the header order, page content and validates your html.
Furthermore the Lynx View tool shows you the page through the eyes of a search engine bot.
Other research tools within the Raven toolbox are the Adwords Research Tool, Keyword Analyzer, SEMrush and Wordtracker.
- The social media tools let you track the mentions of your brand in blogs, forums, on twitter etc. It comes with a handy persona manager to manage your social networking accounts.
- Use the content and blog manager to store and manage articles in one central location. Then publish the content to unlimited Wordpress blogs.
- Finally the toolbox contains a powerful link manager to track your link building efforts.
The two new tools “Site finder” and “Backlink Explorer” are part of these link building tools.
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