A new SEO analysis tool updated by SEO Workers

SEO Workers recently had some really exciting news to share: in addition to spotting a great new look, they updated their very useful SEO analysis tool.

I’ve shared the tool in numerous previews and tutorials, including articles on on-page keyword prominence research and on-site SEO assessment in action. That’s why I’m so excited about the update.

The tool is now much more usable and also has some cool new features that you will find very useful.

SEO Analysis Tool Features

For any page you provide, the tool will allow you to:

  • Analyze the HTTP headers returned by the web server;
  • Analyze the length and relevance of the Title tag;
  • Analyze the length and relevance of the Description meta tag;
  • Analyze the number of keywords and the relevance of the Keywords meta tag;
  • Analyze it robots meta tag guidelines and whether search engines are allowed to crawl the page;
  • Check the most relevant keywords and/or key phrases on the page;
  • Check how the page may be displayed in search engine results;
  • Check the Internal and external URLs (links) found on the page, and whether or not they are followed;
  • Check the keywords found in Anchor tags (links);
  • Check the keywords found in the image Alternative attributes;
  • Visit the page Title and sentence elements.

Each section is enriched with detailed explanations and even video instructions and recommendations.

Here are some screenshots of features that I find particularly useful myself:

See a list of the most frequently used three-word keyphrases on the page (see how many times the phrase was found on the page, its density and instantly search for any of them using Google Yahoo and Bing):

See keywords found in anchor tags:

Keywords found in anchor tags

See the keywords found in the Alt attributes of the image:

Keywords found in image Alt attributes

See the list of page headers:

Page Headers - SEO Analysis Tool

The tool is very useful and saves a lot of time. So check it out and let me know what you think!

# Analyze the HTTP headers returned by the web server;

# Analyze the length and relevance of the Title tag;

# Analyze the length and relevance of the description meta tag;

# Analyze the number of keywords and the relevance of the Keywords meta tag;

# Analyze the Robots meta tag guidelines and whether search engines are allowed to crawl the page;

# Check the most relevant keywords and/or key phrases on the page;

# Check how the page may be displayed in search engine results;

# Check the internal and external URLs (links) found on the page, and whether they are followed or not;

# Check the keywords found in Anchor tags (links);

# Check the keywords found in the Alt attributes of the image;

# Check the Title and Phrase elements of the page.

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