You are likely here because you downloaded the SEO White Paper: 5 Top SEO Tools For SEO Pros.
Well, for online SEO I recommend using much the same tools as for Offsite SEO.
Onsite SEO involves activities such as meta tags (title, description, keywords, etc), use of content categories (if using a WordPress or similar blog), SEO copywriting, internal structure of the site itself (read more about this in the web silo section), and pretty much anything else related to the actual content within a site. When I say content I mean content seen by humans or by search engine ‘bots.’ Both are important. Never create a site simply for the search engines nor just for humans. You must balance the content to appeal to each or you risk alienating the other.
Here are the top tools I recommend for this category:
The last tool on the list can be misused for ‘black hat’ activities. Do not do that. Use this tool responsibly and your site will stay online. “Spam” the internet with garbage content and you deserve what happens to you. See the warning in my SEO White Paper: 5 Top SEO Tools For SEO Pros if you have not already done so.
Andre strives to help marketers discover the near-immediate impact of honest ethical marketing practices. He has advised hundreds of business owners on how to keep their dignity as they implement direct response marketing methods that work. Andre is one of only a handful of remaining professionals who can boast having become an online marketer a decade before the World Wide Web came into existence. And as a serial entrepreneur Andre launched his first direct mail business around the age of 12-years old. He has been building and advising ever since.