Top 10 SEO Tools Known To Existence (With Discount Codes)

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Today we are going to be covering the top ten SEO tools known to existence.

I will be including discount codes within each tool if I have one available (just scroll down to view the codes).

The tools we will be covering today are: 

  1. Ahref’s (No discount)
  2. Screaming Frog (No discount)
  3. Cora (Discount Available)
  4. KWFinder (Discount Available)
  5. Google Analytics (Not Applicable)
  6. Search Console (Not Applicable)
  7. Structured Data Testing Tool (Not Applicable)
  8. GT Metrix (Not Applicable)
  9. Google Sheets (Not Applicable)
  10. Your Own Mind (Not Applicable)

Let’s Dive Into The SEO Tools (Watch Video Or Read)

1. Ahrefs (No Discount)


Ahref’s is a tool that lets you analyze links and competitor domains and does a lot of other stuff too but it’s best known for the ability to analyze websites links based off authority.

What I mainly use it for is for checking out websites links and what they’re ranking for. So if I type in something like on AHREF’s, and I go and look at the organic keywords, I can see everything that this website is ranking for.

2. Screaming Frog (No Discount)

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Screaming Frog is a software that lets you audit websites. 

This is what I use on all of my site audits, and I combine this with an audit spreadsheet.

Screaming Frog is free for the first 500 URLs.

If you’re going to be crawling anything over that, you’re going to need to get the Pro version which is around $180 a year (totally worth it).

3. Cora (Discount Available)

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Cora is a software that lets you scan keywords on Google and actually see what the different ranking factors are based on what’s already ranking on Google. (discount available here)

If that sounded complicated that’s cause it kind of is.

For correlation data and figuring out what user intent, user experience should be based on a keyword, Cora is really awesome.

4. KWfinder (Discount Available)

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KWFinder is a keyword research tool that has a built-in keyword difficulty estimator which is extremely accurate. (Discount code is: chasereiner15off)

5. Google Analytics (Not Applicaple)

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Now, Google Analytics, for those of you who don’t know, is a sick app you can put on your website that lets you measure visitor traffic data and enables you to get a ton of information on your users and site metrics.

But most importantly, GA gives you the ability to do conversion tracking which is essential to virtually any business.

6. Search Console (Not Applicable)

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I almost like Search Console more than Analytics.

The only reason I like Analytics is that Analytics is best for conversion tracking and user metrics but Search Console lets you see actually what keywords you’re getting hits on Google by page.                    

7. Structured Data Testing Tool (Not Applicable)

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Google's structured data testing tool lets you identify whether or not structured data such as Schema Markup is being used on a website and identify any issues with the said code.

For those of you who don’t use Schema Markup, you really should start.

A ton of people make Schema Markup over complicated but it really shouldn’t be.

What schema and markup is, is it’s a markup language that lets you tell the different major search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, what your web page is about.

You can mark up contact pages, about us pages, product pages, service pages, tons of stuff.

8. GT Metrix

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Obviously, you want to provide the best UX possible for your site visitors which is why having lightning fast loads times is essential.

GT Metrix helps you identify and solve those issues.

9. Google Sheets (Not Applicable)

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I use the hell out of Google Sheets.

I have a bunch of templates that I follow like web design template, SEO roadmap template, Facebook template, and then we have our own internal agency workflow which you can download here.

10. Your Own Mind

So, obviously, the most important thing to remember when you’re doing SEO is to focus on user experience optimization and user intent optimization.

If your end goal is not to provide the best user experience for the intent of whatever people are searching is, then you are not going to end up winning.

So disregard link building, disregard on page SEO, disregard all that stuff. If you can’t provide a good UX, or a good enough UX for what people are searching for, they’re not gonna end up converting, and if they don’t convert then you’re not making money and if you’re not making money, there’s really no point in doing SEO.

 This post was written and edited by Chase Reiner.

This post was written and edited by Chase Reiner.

If you want to know how to do more of this stuff, check out the different SEO courses I have available. I have a beginner through advanced SEO course, local SEO course, all the courses that basically describe how to do all the stuff that I have been talking about step by step. 

I would love to hear from you guys what your top ten SEO tools so leave a comment and let me know.

Until next time, happy SEO'ing.

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