SEO Profiler Review: Comprehensive Tool for Ranking Higher In Searches

SEOprofiler is a cloud-based internet software tool that helps business owners obtain higher rankings on search engines like Google or Bing. It is currently the main product offering from Axandra GmbH, a German company that’s been in business since 1997 developing marketing solutions for the internet.


SEOprofiler primarily focuses on the latest SEO functions that are required to obtain high rankings based on Google’s current algorithms. The SEOprofiler offers:


Link building, analysis, and management: High-end backlink building tools, tools for backlink optimization, competitive backlink intelligence as well as a unique backlink database

Web page optimization: Website optimization that can be relied upon to deliver results in terms of getting high rankings for your keywords.

Rank checking: The Ranking Monitor identifies the ranking position of your site on Google, Yahoo, and Bing for any keyword in several different countries.

Website audit: Effortlessly find and correct all errors on web pages to ensure that search engines are indexing your pages correctly.

Keyword research, analysis, and management: Competitive keyword intelligence, keyword difficulty tool, 11 keyword optimization tools, tutorials, unique KeywordIndex™ keyword database

Results checking, analysis and research: Monitoring of social networks, competitive ranking intelligence, social media checker and the unique competitive Google ranking database.

Google AdWords research and optimization: Competitive Google AdWords intelligence tools, Google AdWords tutorials, unique competitive AdWords database.

Powerful reporting: SEOprofiler enables you to create reports that you can give to your clients and your team.

Full access to Google Q&A, and more.

SEOProfiler goes through a process of continuous improvement so that is up-to-date with the latest search engine ranking algorithms.



SEOprofiler currently offers 4 different subscription payment plans starting at $69.95 per month (Standard Plan) for a single user, $99.95 per month (Smart Plan) for up to 5 users, $249.95 per month (Professional Plan) for up to 15 users and finally, an Enterprise Plan at $999.95 for an unlimited number of users. The most popular Smart plan offers a daily ranking check of 1000 keywords, audits of 50,000 pages, up to 50 projects, white-label reports as well as the link disinfection tool. Quarterly and Yearly Payments plans are available. Plans can be changed at any time and SEOprofiler offers a 30-day money back guarantee.


SEOprofiler is exhaustive and chock full of features. The tool also uses only the optimization methodologies that have been approved by search engines and is continuously updated to ensure it is on track with the latest changes in search engine algorithms. SEOprofiler also offers a comparison on their site to more easily help you understand how its various features stack up against the tool or tools you currently use. All in all, SEOprofiler does a good job of providing in-depth analysis for higher rankings at a fairly competitive price.



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A Short and Comprehensive Review on AUDIT MY PC – Fuss-Free and No Frills Basics

AuditMyPc’s website may look sparse and basic on the outside but it is essentially a site that offers a set of FREE tools for the benefit of auditing your PC. As the blurb on the site succinctly indicates, AuditMyPc provides a firewall test, web tools like the digital footprint and an internet security tool all of which are free to use.


AuditMyPC offers the following tools on their website:


Firewall Test: A firewall serves to shield your PC from the threats that are part and parcel of exposure to cyberspace. AuditMyPC’s Firewall test checks to see that your firewall has been configured correctly to prevent vulnerability to cyber threats such as hackers, viruses, worms and other malware.

Digital Footprint: A digital footprint is essentially how much information you are leaving behind on cyberspace as a result of your online activities. AuditMyPc’s Digital Footprint tool displays your digital footprint enabling you to identify how much of your personal information is really private or protected.

Internet Speed Test: The free Internet Speed Test is one of AuditMyPc’s best tools. The Speed Test is simple enough for a non-technical person to use, is accurate and provides results that are easy to understand and interpret. It is an easy way to also find out whether your Internet services provider is really providing you the speed that you paid for.

Antispam: AuditMyPc claims that its’ Antispam tool is an extremely effective way to fight spammers by hitting them “where it hurts most”.

Sitemap Generator: The Sitemap generator tool allows you to generate XML Sitemaps for Yahoo, Microsoft, and Google Sitemaps. It helps you check your site for errors, discover load times and gives an external perspective of your site in the sense of what bots see from their perspective.

Free Website Monitoring: AuditMyPC’s free website monitoring tool enables you to identify whether your ISP is having problems, whether your pages are changing or whether unauthorized ports have been opened on your firewall.

What’s My IP: Quite simply, What’s My IP enables you to quickly identify your IP Address.



All tools provided on the AuditMyPc website are free for use.


AuditMyPC works well for basic testing purposes with its simplicity and overall user-friendliness. The fact that the applications are FREE is also a super PLUS.

Unfortunately, AuditMyPC’s tools run only on Flash and this can be problematic if your browser doesn’t support this. There doesn’t seem to be an easy methodology in place to download or share results. You can also only do your testing for the one server or location which is a definite con given the preponderance of sites that can offer you multiserver/location testing features.

AuditMyPC’s tools are fairly older products with limitations, and there are definitely more comprehensive products currently available in the market.




A Netpeak Checker Review: All-In-One URL Comparison at a Budget-Friendly Price

From the team behind Netpeak Software comes Netpeak Checker, a comprehensive desktop research tool for bulk side-by-side SEO analysis which helps you audit URLs over a wide range of parameters. If you’ve been doing SEO analysis for any length of time, you will be no stranger to the amount of research that goes into analyzing URL data, especially from multiple sources. Netpeak Checker aims to cut down research time by providing an all-inclusive, one-stop solution at affordable prices.


Netpeak Checker provides an impressive array of all-in-one features for the purpose of URL analysis including:

Netpeak Checker

  • Checking against 1,200+ parameters of URLs
  • Researching of backlink profiles of the websites
  • Competitor evaluation
  • URL comparison using the parameters of well-known services such as Ahrefs, Moz, Serpstat, Majestic, SEMrush…etc.
  • On-page SEO factors examination to optimize your website for search engines
  • Domain age, expiration date, and availability for the purchase reviews
  • Analysis of the social media performance of websites
  • Ability to use a list of proxies and captcha solving services while operating with a big number of URLs
  • Options to save and export data to use for later.

To use Netpeak Checker, it is essential that you follow a 3-step process:

  1. Create a Netpeak Software Account
  2. Download and install the Netpeak Launcher
  3. Login to the Netpeak Launcher and install Netpeak Checker

Netpeak Checker can be used across multiple devices provided they are not running simultaneously.


Netpeak Checker

Netpeak Checker offers a 14-day free trial with no credit card information required. The free trial gives you complete access to all of the features of the paid version. Payment options start from as little as $19 per month. Billing options are also available for 3, 6 and 12 months. Customisable pricing is available for bulk orders of over 50 licenses or for personal subscription plans. Netpeak also provides discount and free product offers.


Netpeak Checker’s single biggest selling point is how easily and effortlessly you can review URL data against over 1200 parameters in one place. It is, therefore, an excellent adjunct to any SEO marketer’s toolbox. There is, however, one concern in that the software needs time to sync and load which is ironic considering what the product is offering to do and this tends to take away from the end-user experience.

From the sales perspective, Netpeak Checker offers options for Affiliate marketers as well as Loyalty Customers. Netpeak also throws in a few bonuses in the form of special offers on digital marketing products such as SERPSTAT, Academy Ocean, Ringostat, SendPulse, Renderforest, TemplateMonster, Plerdy, and Reply, upon purchase of Netpeak Checker, or their other product Netpeak Spider.

Netpeak Checker is available at budget-friendly prices which is another attractive proposition that works in its favor.

Overall, Netpeak Checker is a good product at a good price.



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E-Commerce Blogging Manual for Growing Your Business

Writing for your e-commerce site can be fun and exciting, or a major burden.  We’ve put together this guide to help you write specifically for e-commerce.  Some of you might be depending on blogging alone to earn revenue from your website, while others of you want to earn money selling products and services.

Why not combine the two and get the best of both worlds?  Blogging is not so great in the short term for making money quickly, but it can be a very satisfying experience, especially if you enjoy expressing your thoughts.  In the long run, you’ll find it can generate lots of returning visitors.

The great thing about an e-commerce store is that for every product sold, you earn profits right away.  It’s the quickest way to earn REAL income on the web.  By combining blogging and e-commerce, you can create a synergy between them like no other.

Use blogs to promote and generate loyal fans for your products and services, and engage with them for the long run.  In the meantime, your product sales allow more people to discover your blog and form a deeper connection with you.

Introduction to Writing an E-Commerce Blog

Introduction to Writing an E-Commerce Blog

For many online stores, e-commerce becomes a one way interaction for customers, leaving it up to them to decide the value of your store.  Don’t let this happen by creating a two-way connection between you and customers beyond just another phone call or email.  Blogs serve a greater purpose to help educate and inform visitors of events around your business, your product value, answers to common questions, and most important of all, to help build trust with customers.

Someone recently asked what to do if they are not good at blogging?  We start by approaching this in the same manner as we approach customer service calls and email support.  We evaluate what we should be doing.  As long as you are professional and provide the information others need, it makes no big difference.

What You Should Do in E-commerce Blogging

  1. Bring passion to your products and services: Show that you are involved in the industry for the long haul and write about all the ins and outs of your product or service will help you grow to become an authority in the business.
  2. Educate customers by providing tips and advice: Learning is the key.  Provide extra help by educating readers on features and your industry in general to help customers know more about the product.
  3. Feature a product or product group: Write in depth articles about a particular product or group of products at “monumental occasions”.  For example, the product or service is new, on sale, graced with special features, a limited edition item, or simply because it’s Tuesday.
  4. Provide deals and free offers occasionally: Every loves a good deal, and special offers and deals that arrive on occasion provide a reason for visitors to be excite and share out your goods and services.
  5. Link to your products: Provide links to your products and services when you mention them in your blog
  6. Link to your other articles: Provide links when you mention a past article on your blog
  7. Respond to individual customer questions: Let visitors know that you are an active participant. Provide answers to customers’ questions directly in comment replies when they ask about your products and services.  Point out any references or Q&A pages they can view.
  8. Get the most out of…: Provide use cases for your products that are geared to those who already own your product.

When it comes time to writing your blog, it’s as much about what you should do as it is about the form and manner in which it is written.  In the next segment, we’ll focus on how you should write your e-commerce blog.  Let us know of your e-commerce blogging experience!

How to Write Your E-commerce Blog

How to Write Your E-commerce Blog

Writing your e-commerce blog requires that you develop a writing style and tone that fits your audience.  Even beginning writers can achieve this with little effort since blogs are their best when the writing style is casual.  As a matter of fact, when e-commerce bloggers write and express their uniqueness through their blog, it only helps make their content more interesting to readers.  Add a bit of humor, excitement, or wit to your blog and experiment with what fits your personality and is appropriate for your readers.  Develop a sense of what appeals to your customers and follow these general e-commerce blogging principles below.

How You Should Write Your E-Commerce Blog

  • Be friendly: Stick to a good web etiquette, and give visitors a reason to want to talk to you via comments.
  • Excite and surprise occasionally: Make your blog enjoyable to come and visit often.
  • Use Paragraphs: Use paragraphs and make it easier for readers to view and understand your key points.
  • Repeat yourself if necessary: Repetition is a positive thing.  Consistently remind people, especially if a particular topic hasn’t been mentioned in a while.
  • Use the language of your audience: Are you selling music?  Can you relate to the fans of your product?  Step into the shoes of your audience will help you understand their perspective.
  • Use Photos: A picture is still worth 1000 words.  Insert photography in between text to make your articles vibrant and memorable.
  • Use bullet points and numbering: Lists help provide clarity and define key points at a quick glance.
  • Separate sub-topics into segments:  Use headers to separate sub-topics so that readers (and search engines) can quickly reference your content.
  • Proofread to check for spelling and grammar.
  • Set your article aside for a few days: (If you can afford to wait.) Give yourself time to read it again.  It will help you gain a new perspective if you are not confident about publishing the content right away.

Blogging is a great way to reduce the distance between you and your customers.  In the following segment, we’ll focus on examining the most important types of contents to provide on your e-commerce blog.

Essential Topics for E-commerce Blogs

Essential Topics for E-commerce Blogs

Your e-commerce store is an opportunity to reach out to your customers, and with blogging, you can drive about 50% more traffic to your site than without one.  Blogging on your e-commerce store means a lot more than simply advertising about your company or its products.  Provide content that would be valuable for your readers to help them understand your industry will go a long ways for your business.  Keep these key points in mind when considering the type of content to write:

  • Think about your target audience and what general searches they would be looking for that’s RELATED to you industry (but not necessarily in your industry).
  • Take advantage of popular trends on the web and write about the topic while they are hot.  Google Trends is a great resource to discover trending topics.
  • Think about what will help or make life more efficient for your audience.
  • Review the traffic to your e-commerce blog to figure out what has worked and what hasn’t.

What Content to Provide on Your E-Commerce Blog

  1. Provide general information on your product or industry: Write about topics that would seem like second nature to you, but your customers would find valuable.
  2. Tutorials: Show how-to’s and do-it-yourself on general everyday items or through the use of your product.
  3. Provide product and service examples used in real life: It may take some effort to document, but it could be well worth it if you have a story or experience to share.  It may even go viral if conditions are right.
  4. Explain Common questions and answers in detail: Draw out common questions and explain them to help visitors learn.
  5. Make product comparisons: Point out the competitive advantages of your product or service.
  6. Interview customers who have shopped through you: Post reviews and experiences by people who have been your customers in the past.
  7. Provide exclusive “behind the scenes” photos: Share photos of the product in development, different angles, or places you had to go just so that you can provide the perfect product.
  8. BONUS: Provide how-to videos: Let visitors hear, see and learn directly from you.
  9. BONUS: Provide customer rewards: Provide coupons and other incentives for loyal customers.

Experiment with what kinds of content works for your visitors and mix it up so that your content is always interesting to view.

Mistakes to Avoid in E-Commerce Blogging

Mistakes to Avoid in E-Commerce Blogging

There are content that you should avoid putting in your blog for the sake of holding on to your visitors.  As we have to remind ourselves from time to time, the reason to have a blog on an e-commerce site is so that you can provide your unique perspective on the world around you and attract visitors.

Writing about your opinions is not about if people will agree or disagree with you; the real question is, did you capture your audience enough so that you’ve caught their attention.  Make your store a thought provoking and memorable experience through maintaining a positive energy on what you write, and you’ll establish a loyal following that is willing to return.  On the other hand, there may be content lingering on your blog that’s having the opposite effect.

Visitors can be especially weary of following a blog that belongs to an e-commerce store.  Your goal is to make your store’s environment be friendly and welcoming to all visitors.  Your blog plays a big part in helping you gain customer trust and develop your fan-base.  Have a look at the list below and check to see if your e-commerce blog contains any of these issues.

What You Shouldn’t Do in E-Commerce Blogging

  1. Over the top selling: Too much focus on the product and not enough on valuable content.  Instead, learn how to create great content for your blog.
  2. Non-stop deals: Deals that no longer are deals because everyone has accepted the discounted price.  There’s no point for someone to click on your discount if they know it’s always the same one.
  3. Responding to individual customer issues: Back and forth responses to individual issues that bear no impact to others, and only create a negative environment for your store.  This only causes spectators to misinterpret the issue and question your customer support.
  4. Copy & paste product/service descriptions: Posting what viewers could have otherwise gone to the product page and see the same content.  Instead, provide a link or use quotations and reference the source.
  5. Duplicate content: Word-for-word re-posting of the same content as another on your store or someone else’s blog.  Not only would there be copyright concerns, search engines penalize for duplicate content, and thus, will also decrease your search rankings.
  6. Posts of no value: Lots of words but too shallow or vague. Create value from your articles and give others a reason to share it.
  7. Broken links: Check to see if your posts have any broken links or photos such as from moved pages or external sites.  Let both users and search engines know that your site is active and well maintained.

Today, blogging is an important piece of your online business.  If you have any of the above issues on your e-commerce blog, it could mean that you are losing valuable traffic and sales opportunities.  Consider the necessary changes to the type of content on your blog.

How to Manage Your Time Spent on Blogging

How to Manage Your Time Spent on Blogging

Having a blog on your e-commerce store could be the change in your e-commerce business that leads to success. In this final part, we’re going to put it all together, and provide tips on how to best manage your time blogging when you have so many other items to take care of for your business.

For instance, is blogging a higher priority than other forms of promoting your store or making it look better?  What do you do if you find yourself spending too much time blogging and not enough time for anything else?

First, plan out a schedule.  Don’t tell yourself that you are going to blog 7 days a week, when it takes you 2-3 hours to create one.  You’ll end up burning yourself out, and risk losing valuable time needed to build the other parts of your e-commerce business.

If you are a light blogger or have never blogged before, plan on writing only 2-3 articles per week at the most.  Pace yourself so that you are not writing 3 articles in a row.  Let 2 of them be short articles, and one be a longer one (300 words or more).  Don’t forget that photos and videos mean as much to the content of your article as text.

Don’t worry if the first few articles (any amount under 20) take you a long time to publish.  With practice and persistence, your writing will improve in quality and efficiency.  It doesn’t matter if the first few articles are not up to the quality you’d like them to be.  Very few people are going to see them anyhow.  After you’ve written about 50 or more, people are going to start paying more attention.

How Much Time to Spend Blogging for E-Commerce

Blogging for e-commerce is a value-added promotion for your products and services, balance your time between store operations and writing.

  • Slow writers: Are sometimes the best writers because they put a lot of thought into their writing.
  • Writing once a week is better than nothing.
  • Writing once a month is STILL better than nothing.  (Use a reminder to help you remember to write something.)
  • No one says you can’t write a 15 minute quick-blog between your in-depth articles.
  • No one says you MUST write at least once a day.  (Don’t get burned out writing.  Remember, blogging is more like marathon running rather than sprinting.  You’ll need to be resourceful for the long haul.)
  • If you have a mental block, then it’s time to take a walk.
  • If you’re “in the zone“, don’t stop writing, you can always segment your writing into different blog topics later on.
  • If you’re A.D.D., then write every time you think of something cool and interesting before you forget.  (For your business that is…)

Never say to yourself that what you write doesn’t matter.  Your writing is just as important to society and others in e-commerce as the next writer.  Most of the time, it’s because the 1% writes and the 99% consumes, and so those that write keep getting better and better.

The sooner you get into the game and start writing, the more likely you will improve your writing, and attract visitors to your store.  In today’s world, you also have multiple platforms and devices to choose from.  Draft a blog while at the airport, and then finalize it when you get home.  Write your ideas in bullet points on your phone, and then expand on them later.  You can make a profound difference to your e-commerce business.


A Honest Review on Is it the right choice for your website upkeep?

It’s hard not to fall in love with, the site has a charm from the outset that is only compounded by the incredibly thorough and valuable service they provide. The site is emblazoned with images of a superhero and this may be one of the rare cases that the marketing matches the product.

ryte1 is an SEO expert, it looks at every aspect of your website and tells you precisely how to optimize it. Whilst it might not be as glamorous as saving damsels in distress, is definitely a superhero when it comes to SEO. What helps Ryte stand out above the competition is the detail it provides. Most every SEO software package and analysis will point out where your website is making a mistake and what parts need upkeep or maintenance to improve, some will even tell you how to do that, Ryte is one of the few that explains why. That may sound like a small thing but it’s huge, Ryte wants to teach you to be better, it wants to help you understand and genuinely improve. Other services either assume you’re too stupid to understand or deliberately want to keep you that way so they can keep selling you their services.

Ryte is an acronym for Reach Your Targets Efficiently; it’s the brand’s mission statement and a measure of the service. They position themselves as much as a mentor as they do a tool. That said the data and service they provide is second to none and it’s all browser-based, no need to download. Whilst they will provide detailed analysis on the tech side of the site and how you can improve, secure and update your website they also provide a service that looks at the content of the site helping you to create a stronger presence and building on your skills as a writer by teaching you what to make note of.

Did you ever hear of Superman charging the people he saved from that burning building? No? Me neither. This is the thing that most positions Ryte as an actual superhero. The basic service is completely free. You can head over to right now and start using it to manage and optimize your site at no charge at all. There are however a few restrictions as to just how much you can do and the premium service comes in at $119 a month. Whilst it’s not the most expensive on the market, it’s not the cheapest either, the quality of the product still makes this incredible value though.


All in all, is a product, brand, and service that genuinely seems to want to help the little man stand out on the internet. It can equip you with all the tools you need to make sure you’re doing everything to improve your ranking. For beginners or veterans alike there is a wealth of value to be taken from the free service and after you’ve seen what they can do the premium product is there to take you from super to godly.


  • Basic service is free of charge
  • Browser-based and incredibly easy to use
  • Thorough analysis with an in-depth explanation of why and how to improve your site


  • Whilst utterly charming might not be the most professional service to showcase to clients

A Review on Kerboo: The One Stop Shop for All your Website Management Needs

The wealth of tools, kits, and suites offering different facets of SEO and general website management is growing daily and choosing between them becomes increasingly difficult. There are many programs and apps that offer a single specialist service at varying financial obligation, few, however, are offering an expansive range of services under one umbrella the way that Kerboo does.


Kerboo is a master suite that covers almost every aspect of your website maintenance and SEO optimization. It has a wide range of features with great customization meaning you can make it work for you on the schedule that you can manage. Previously known as LinkRisk the company have recently rebranded but still use the LinkRisk software and name for their website auditing tool.

The main features in the Kerboo toolbox are the audit which checks a websites backlink profile, peek which allows you to gather detailed information on websites and the people behind them, monitoring which allows you to keep track of the health of links on your site and set up daily or monthly alerts, investigate which brings up a list of sites in a handy intuitive visual graph to ease decision making and finally the rankings tool which will keep track of a sites rank across 26 different countries and generate a weekly or monthly report.

The company behind Kerboo respond to feedback and the software has undergone major improvement based on suggestions given by its users. Attention like this to the evolution of its service and the satisfaction of its users is one of the major reasons it has established itself as such an indispensable tool.

This is a professional product and so the pricing reflects that. Kerboo licenses are charged on a monthly basis depending on how much you need from it. It packages itself into boxes roughly based on the size of the agency with a small agency with around 3 team members costing £349 a month. If you work by yourself as a freelancer, the freelancer package is only $129 a month. The product is sure to provide results and for new accounts, they do offer a 25-day money back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.


It can take a little while for you to get used to the tool and whilst the majority of Kerboo and its features are very streamlined and intuitive you may be a little overwhelmed by it all, to begin with. There are some guides and assistance provided on the website but getting stuck in playing around with the platform is the best way to learn. Generating reports and extracting data from the software is straightforward and even a novice can use it to pass along the valuable data it provides to their clients.

Kerboo is not for the novice, this is a professional tool for the higher end of the market. If you are looking for something simple and cheap then you should look elsewhere. You do get value for money with Kerboo but with the wealth of free software out there offering a slice of what Kerboo does it could be that you’re paying for the convenience of having it all packaged together for you. A tech-savvy searcher could probably piece together an array of cheaper/free to use software that provides all the same services. But who has time for that?


  • A packaged product providing all the website management tools you need
  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface and design
  • Constantly updated by a team that listens to customers’ needs and value feedback


  • The software is heavyweight both in price and product and not designed for the meek
  • Can take some time to really get to grips with and master its utility

Linkody Review

Linkody is a service that will comb the internet for you to find every link and site that is forwarding traffic onto your own. As a blogger or SEO manager of any kind, this is a time-consuming process to do for yourself and Linkody can help to streamline and speed up this potentially grueling task.


Your backlinks are your bread and butter as far as SEO is concerned and backlink management is a must for anyone hoping to climb up the rungs of the search engine ladder system. However, just having plentiful links to your site, page, or blog is not enough, they need to be of verifiable quality to really count. In fact, it’s actually detrimental to your standing to have lots of links from sites or pages flagged as unreliable or unsafe. This is where Linkody can really help; not only does it provide you with a list of where your site is being linked to but it also gives information on the quality of that link meaning you can seek to have it taken down or removed if it’s detrimental.

Link management is a popular aspect of the SEO engagement industry and Linkody is far from the first service to provide a tool such as this, it’s a feature of a great many. Linkody however, is specialized and focused on this one aspect in particular meaning it’s a dedicated service and more ready and able to listen to feedback and improve upon the features provided. Whilst link management is usually done on a monthly basis with most services sending through a report every 30 days or so, Linkody have recently offered an option for a much more intimate and immediate report sent to your inbox every day. By linking the service with your Google Analytics you can track new links as they pop up in real meaning you can quickly react to any new source mentioning your site. This is an unbelievable benefit for those with the time to properly integrate this stream of information into their management plan.


Linkody is a paid for service but it’s affordable and they also offer a 30 day, no strings attached trial period for those who are interested in trying out the tool and gauging its benefit. The trial will give you a good idea of the scope of the tool and how it can help you but some of its features are reserved for those who subscribe. To really get the most out of the tool it’s highly recommended you receive the daily link updates to maximize your ability to react and act accordingly with the new information.


  • A dedicated tool that specializes in backlink management
  • One of the best on the market for that specific need
  • Frequent and customizable updates on the performance of your pages


  • Paid for a subscription that provides just the one feature

There are other tools on the market that provide the same if slightly inferior service for a similar price and includes a range of other features as a complete SEO management package.

Review on SEOPingler

As the internet continues to grow and change there are more and more methods and cheap tricks to help you stand out amongst the bustling crowd. If you are a blog writer, site designer or content producer then SEOPingler is an app that should definitely be in your toolbox when it comes to improving visibility.


SEOPingler is an application that pings search engines with the page or site that you feed into it. For those who are not that internet savvy or aware of SEO what this translates to is that it asks the search engine to come to visit the page/site and rank it. This process can take a very long time to happen organically meaning your page/blog/site will remain unlisted and essentially invisible to the net at large. By using SEOPingler you can speed up that process and get it done in a matter of seconds.

SEOPingler can do more than just turn your page on in the search engines database though, it can help to improve its standing and target particular keywords and phrases to help you find an audience or customer base. By using SEOPingler you can very easily target specific niches to help boost your blog/website/services popularity. It also works phenomenally well with backlinks as when it pings a site or page it will also get the search engine to follow through any links provided. This can really help to boost the popularity of your page and by pinging other sites that have links to yours you can jump to the front of the line as far as SEO is concerned.

The application offers a free to use version available to download and also a premium subscription service which streamlines the process and allows users to save URL’s to continually ping and improve their ranking. The free version should be more than enough to get you started and it’s advised that you try this out and see how beneficial it is for you before signing up to the paid service. Although at only £2.99 a month it’s unlikely a premium SEOPingler subscription is going to break the bank if you wanted to sign up right away.


Whilst the app itself is only downloadable for iOS, there is a web-based version of the software which you can find by visiting the site here. Ironically the web-based SEOPingler is quite difficult to find as it clearly ranks under the downloadable version; the use and functionality, however, is exactly the same. You can also ask for a free email report to confirm that the process has completed, a further use for the report is minimal as whenever we’ve used it the information provided is not precisely helpful.


  • Easy to use
  • Free
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