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SEO Tools: Website Analyser

25th Jan 2010 SEO, SEO Resources | No Comments 1 minute to read


See your website from a search engine’s point of view with Koozai’s Website Analyser.

This brand new SEO tool with give you a fantastic insight into how your website is shaping up. With information on your domain, the link profile and the on page SEO work you’ve performed, the Website Analyser covers the full spectrum in one compact package.

As with all of our SEO Tools, the Website Analyser is completely free and there are no obligations attached. To take advantage of this great feature all you need to do is enter your website’s URL or domain name and a few seconds later you’ll have your full, automated report.

The information provided is sourced from a number of locations and brought together in one neat bundle. We’ve tried to make the layout as simple as possible, with just three tabs – Domain info, On Page SEO and Link Profile – containing all the information you’ll need.

Whether you’re planning on using the Website Analyser as a quick reference or an ongoing tool to monitor SEO work, it is a great way to highlight any issues that your site may have. Whilst it is free to use, we do ask that you don’t allow bots to access it.

If you use the Website Analyser please feel free to share your thoughts. Whether you have a comment, a question or have encountered an issue, leave us a message below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

To access this application visit the SEO Tools section and select Website Analyser.

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Ben Norman

Ben’s the big boss, so we can’t pick on him. He’s a bit of a technical SEO geek and loves tinkering with new websites.Ben lives and breathes the industry so we’re not sure what else he does with his time. We don’t even think he sleeps.

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