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We are pleased to announce the release of our Website SEO Analyser Application through iTunes.
Following the success of our SEO Tools section on the Koozai website, we have now developed a specially formatted version for use on portable devices. The Website SEO Analyser app is available for free through iTunes and will be compatible with your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
As with our full-size version, this specially formatted application allows users to find the SEO strength of their domain. It provides in-depth details on your link profile, domain info and on page elements to help guide ongoing optimisation efforts.
There’s no obligation to sign up for any of our Search Engine Marketing services, you just get a free report to use as you wish. We hope this will help site owners in their Search Engine Optimisation efforts wherever in the world they are.
With more users relying on mobile technology to access the Internet, this app should certainly free people up to integrate SEO with their day to day communication and entertainment. We hope that it is used by and helps those within the SEO industry and site owners.
The application will also feature a link to the Koozai blog and contact page. So if you ever want to catch up with the latest news or give us a call, you can do so quickly and easily thanks to the Website SEO Analyser application.
If you want to download Koozai’s app please visit iTunes, or search for ‘Website SEO Analyser’; remember it is completely free to get and comes without any obligation whatsoever: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/website-seo-analyser/id384402373?mt=8
However, if you have already downloaded it for your iPhone or iPad then please let us know what you think. We appreciate all feedback, so whatever your thoughts leave them in the form below or contact us directly.
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