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The format of a URL and the words included in the page address can in some cases have a small influence on search engine ranking. Successful pages for medium or high traffic keywords often have the phrase or part of the phrase, or a related phrase in their domain name. They will usually have words close to the target phrase as their page name. This information can help you to choose the best URL to target your keywords.
Often the first thing that you do when you create a new page is to write a title. Ideally a good page title provides a unique description of the content of the page and is a signal to search engines about the keyword or keywords that the page should rank for. The Page Title Optimization Tool, analyses successful page titles and provides guidance to the sorts of titles that can help your pages to rank in search engines.
The IP Hosting Tool will tell you which country the top ranking pages for your target search term are hosted in. Compare hosting location with domain or (TLD) to suggest the best possible combination for your search engine and your phrase.
Powered by Majestic SEO the backlink analyzer takes a range of factors, including the number of links, link diversity and link quality and processes that data to provide an easy to compare link score for your pages. Compare that with successful pages to discover the formula that you need to follow to match competitors.
Well-written text may naturally contain variations of a single word, helping to confirm to search engines that the page is a truly valuable, on topic and authoritative result. Words like stem, stemier and stemable, are examples of stem words. Stem words share the first few letters and are often based on the same subject. The stem words tool analyses many aspects of a series of pages to highlight the stem words that are used by successful pages.
When deciding which pages to rank in search results, search engines will consider not just keywords and keyword phrases but also the words surrounding them. Topic words can help a search engine to see context in a page. Successful pages may share similar keywords, but deeper analysis can also reveal the topic and context that they share. Use the Topic Words Tool to ensure that your pages are sharing topic and context with successful pages.
Internal links and the way that your pages link to each other (website structure) can have an affect on your ranking. Complete optimization of any single page should include consideration of the pages that it links to and the pages that link to it. The type of link, link text, link URL, are all elements that create a landscape that your page sits within. Use the Internal Link Analysis Tool to study and learn from the structure of successful pages on successful sites.
Information about who you choose to link to and how you choose to link to them can be used by search engines to assess the type of site you have and the editorial values of your site. Increasingly search engines use external links as a signal confirming manipulative behaviour. The External Link Tool helps you to discover the sites that successful pages link to, ensuring that your link choice is informed by best practice.
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Freeseotool.com analyzes successful pages and offers advice based on what is proven to be successful, now, for pages ranking for your target phrases. Advice based on proven success is powerful but if you do not act on it then it will not work.
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