I’ve been meaning to write this post for almost a year now, but I just keep coming up with other things to write about.
For those of you who do SEO on a daily basis, you probably already know how much easier an SEO toolbar can make your job. But if you’re not using one, then I definitely recommend you try this one out. For the longest time I worried about how much time I’d lose every day if I couldn’t use the toolbar from SEOBook. That was until I remembered about SEOquake’s Toolbar.
Thank goodness the SeoQauke toolbar is very much like the tool bar from SEOBook. I really like most of the features on both of these. There are a couple of default features on the SeoQuake toolbar not found on SEOBook’s that are interesting, such as how many pages are indexed by Bing and the number of internal and external links are on a page. I can’t say either on of those is really all that important, though. In replace of those, SEOBook has a few other features that I’ve grown to love, like the DMOZ and Yahoo! listing checker, Compete uniques, SEO X-Ray, and a better nofollow link checker. Other than that, everything else is almost identical when viewing a web page.
SeoQuake also has an SEO toolbar for the Google chrome web browser.
SeoQuake definitely ranks a close second, just below SEOBook’s in my list of the best free SEO Toolbars. Next is SEOmoz’s MOZbar, and Bruce Clay’s SEO Toolbar. I haven’t tested SEOmoz’s toolbar in a long-time nor have I used Bruce Clay’s recently either. Both of those may be great toolbars for your needs, since they do offer numerous other metrics not included in my top two. But last I checked, they lacked most of the free features I found most useful for my business. I have never tested their paid versions.
What’s your favorite SEO toolbar?