WordPress SEO Checklist – 45 Tips to Increase Traffic by 571% in 13 Months10/04/2018
SEO Content Writing: 4 Valuable Tips You Can’t Afford to Miss25/04/2018
The great thing about SEO, in my opinion, is that there are so many resources that you can do nearly everything for free. Chalk it up to link-bait, but some of the best tools are actually free.
Here are a some free tools that I don’t see in the other answers:
Keyword and competitive research:UberSuggest: long tail keyword research. Keywords often don’t show up in Google’s keyword planner.Word Frequency Counter: good for competitive/keyword researchWayback Machine: check old or deleted pages on any website. Comes in hand for competitive researchBuiltwith: find out what websites are built with (CMS, etc.)
APIs Dashboard: all of the most popular APIs on the webDraw.IO – draw simple charts and graphsUnsplash | Free High Resolution Photos – Free Stock imagesInfogram and Piktochart – create free infographicsFindTheBest – great research search engineButterick’s Practical Typography – learn typography
Google Images: reverse lookup an image to find if an image or graphic you created has been used without attribution, then reach out to ask for a link.Google Alerts: Get alerts when a keyword is mentioned in content. Google for citation link building.
SEOTools for Excel: Suite of tools, including pulling meta title, meta description of URL, checking HTTP status codes of URLs and more. A personal favorite.Screenfly: test your website on different devices and resolutionsAyima redirect path chrome extension: shows redirect path of any given URLGoogle Webmaster blog: not a tool, but contains the answers to some of the most difficult technical SEO questions