If you haven't heard, there is a new search engine called Blekko. I don't think I'll be replacing Google anytime soon, but there is a particular search phrase I picked up from TechCrunch that you all may find useful. The article is called What Can You Do On Blekko That You Can't Do On Google?
In the article they show how to use Blekko's SEO tools. It is quite simple, just type in a URL in the search box followed by /SEO.
Example search: hubpages.com /SEO
There is a ton of data there for you to check out, they can even check for duplicate content(there are some interesting sites in there for HubPages dupe content.)
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Wow that's pretty awesome! Thanks for the tip and will be bookmarking Blekko for future reference.
Yeah, not really a Google replacement, but a great supplement for those involved with SEO. Thanks for posting this!
I thought this was going to be spam until I read the article, teh inbuilt seo search tools do seem kind of useful, but since they represent their SEO not Googles, itmight need some looking in to.
I particularly like the way they said that they are not trying to kill Google, they are trying to kill Ask, brilliant!
It's just a shame their company name is so bad really.
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