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SEO Quake A Must Have SEO Tool for Every Vlogger, Site Owner, Etc

Updated on June 20, 2013


Want the Best SEO Toolbar or Analytical Tool?


Then I have just one question to ask all you other bloggers, vloggers, curators, site owners, and online writers, have you downloaded your free SEO Quake toolbar yet? If you are a blogger, vlogger, curator, site owner, or a content writer online and haven’t downloaded your SEO Quake tool bar yet, what are you waiting for? Don’t you know how much it can help you with your search engine optimization (SEO)? Okay so that was three questions, but that doesn’t matter, what matters is that you go to the SEO Quake website and download your SEO Quake toolbar. Now you’re probably wondering why it is so important that a blogger, vlogger, curator, website owner, or content writer should download the SEO Quake toolbar, as I am insisting upon it so much. It all has to do with some white hat SEO techniques (search engine optimization) that I picked up while earning my degree in web design. Let me tell you a few of the benefits that a blogger, vlogger, website owner, curator, or content writer could gain from downloading the SEO Quake tool bar.


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An SEO Toolbar Web Analytics Tool to Cover All Your SEO Analytics Needs


Let’s start with the fact that the SEO Quake tool bar is a free download from SEOQuake, and we (as bloggers, vloggers, curators, site owners and content writers) should all know how SEO Quake's rankings on our blog, vlog, or website pages of miscellaneous content can give us an idea as to why our blog, vlog, or web site content has the SERP (search engine rank position) it has on all the major search engines like Yahoo, Google, and Bing. Moreover, how to improve search engine ranking to not only increase traffic, but receive more targeted traffic from your target market, which will naturally bring you more leads and more money from ad revenue.



Once you download the SEO Quake toolbar, you will have easy access to see the search engine rank of any competitor blogger, vlogger, website owner, curator, or content writer pages, how many IBL's (inbound links, also called backlinks) your competitors have, the IBL's to the web site page you are visiting currently, plus every time you do a search on any of the major search engines like Yahoo, Google, and Bing, the search results will display the search engine ranking information for each search result listing.



Think Alexa Ranking Is Just as Good as SEO Quake?


With this SEO tool you can view a back link report from the SEMrush website, (although, unless you are a paying customer, you will have a limit).
With this SEO tool you can view a back link report from the SEMrush website, (although, unless you are a paying customer, you will have a limit). | Source

For those of you who may be saying, "Oh well the toolbar from Alexa Rank provides you with pretty much the same competitor, site, and SE (search engine) and web analytics information, so why should I switch from Alexa Rank?" I have several reasons, however, I'll only bore you with two very good reasons why you should switch from the Alexa Rank toolbar to the SEO Quake toolbar. You see, Alexa Rank gathers their web analytics data from people who have downloaded the toolbar and use the toolbar and from websites who have registered their site with Alexa, which means the "Alexa Ranking" is not that accurate, as not everyone who goes online uses the Alexa Rank toolbar nor does every site owner register with Alexa. On the other hand you have SEO Quake, who not only will provide the Alexa Ranking, but provides other web analytics data that is not dependent upon the users of the SEO toolbar or registered site owner. I wanted to know more about how the analytics were gathered so I sent the SEO Quake team an email asking them just that, and according to David Black from the SEOquake team, "The basic functions of SEOquake are carried out by pulling data from several sources including SEMrush to serve the analytics you see in all of the parameters on the toolbar. Some of the more advanced functions like discovering the keyword density of a webpage requires the software to break down the website so that we can apply our own mathematical models to it."


This SEO tool also allows you to view back links through the external links tab on the tool bar, though I noticed it's not quite as informative as the SEMrush analytics data, you are able to see the page rank for each external link (back link) shown.
This SEO tool also allows you to view back links through the external links tab on the tool bar, though I noticed it's not quite as informative as the SEMrush analytics data, you are able to see the page rank for each external link (back link) shown. | Source

The other SEO analytics provided by SEOQuake is the second reason you should switch from Alexa. Not only do you get to see a competitor sites number of IBL's, the IBL's of the webpage you're currently visiting, ranking information for each search result listing in the major search engines, etc., but you can choose by setting parameters in SEOQuake to see how many google plus 1's as well as facebook likes a competitor or you have on your webpage, keyword density, SEMrush rank, see a diagnosis of what elements in your website are ailing or aiding your SERP plus some other parameters that could be beneficial to improve search engine ranking and increase traffic to your sites.



Why these Web Analytics are Important to SEO


Now if you don’t know why knowing all that information would matter to a blogger, web site owner, curator, content writer, etc., in regards to search engine optimization, then let me just tell you how you can use that web analytics information to your benefit, so that your vlog, website, etc., will be more search engine friendly and have a higher page rank.


Knowing your competitors search engine ranking, inbound links, etc., is important if you ever want your vlog or web site SERP to be above your competitors in the search engines. This information allows you to see how the search engine ranks the relevancy of each listing in regards to the topic of the search term throughout the content of the listing as well as the inbound links going to that listing. Thus, giving you a rough percentage of what portions of your competitors page rank is based on keywords used in their blog, vlog, article, etc., and what percentage is based on inbound links so that you can surpass the keywords and amount of inbound links that your competitor uses to improve search engine ranking.



You're Still Here? Your Website is Waiting to be Optimized & the SEO Toolbar from SEOQuake Will Speed Up the Process of Making Your Page Search Engine Friendly.

Now that you know how to use your competitor’s traffic data to benefit your blog or content, bookmark this page and get over to the SEO Quake website to get your free download of their SEO toolbar, which works on all the major Internet browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera) because you have some traffic data to gather if you want to get the page ranking for your blog or content above your competitors. If you would like any more white hat SEO techniques, you can check out my profile where I pretty much have an SEO book waiting there for you filled with more SEO tips to get you on the first page of the major search engine results for your keywords.


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    • Ranbeer Thakkar profile image

      Ranbeer Thakkar 4 years ago from Kanpur

      Hi Page1,

      Unfortunately, you can only get the spreadsheet of all the sites linking back to one particular page of a web site at a time, so you would have to check each page of the website individually, and I'm not sure as to if there is a limit on how many webpages linking back to the page in question it provides, as I'm aiming for natural link juice, I have yet to receive thousands of backlinks to one page since most of my content has only been up for a short period of time, but I have seen other websites analytical data with the toolbar which showed 100 + website backlinking to the page in question

      This Blog deserves far more attention than it is getting right now Take a look at our SEO tool for the marketing of your pages and blogs. http://www.youtube.com/user/seotool101

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      Page1 SEO tactics 4 years ago

      That is great if that web site helps you see the page rank for sites in question, however I noticed that it really only provides the Alexa rank which you can get from Alexa if that is all you want. With SEOquake I get more analytical data such as page rank, search index placement, Alexa ranking, SEMrush rank, and sites linking back to the webpage in question. Yeah I may have to give more then one click of my mouse to request parmeters in order to get all the info but I find that one click to be worth it. I'm going to get some images on the info this tool provides up on this article asap so you and others can see exactly what analytical info you can get, sorry I hadn't posted them yet as I've been really busy with designing my own website as well as moving.

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      Page1 SEO tactics 4 years ago

      Once you click on the external links link on the far right of the tool bar it brings up a page with the backlink information you are searching for which you can download as a CSV file if you like. Unfortunately, you can only get the spreadsheet of all the sites linking back to one particular page of a web site at a time, so you would have to check each page of the website individually, and I'm not sure as to if there is a limit on how many webpages linking back to the page in question it provides, as I'm aiming for natural link juice, I have yet to receive thousands of backlinks to one page since most of my content has only been up for a short period of time, but I have seen other websites analytical data with the toolbar which showed 100 + website backlinking to the page in question.

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      John Coviello 4 years ago from New Jersey

      Page1 SEO tactics and everyone following this hub,

      I found a tool that allows one to check the Page Rank of 7 sites at one time (http://multipagerank.com/). While this is not exactly what I am looking for as far as an easy tool to look at 100s or 1,000s of Page Ranks for sites linking in, it is a step in the right direction and can be helpful for smaller Page Rank analytical projects.

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      John Coviello 4 years ago from New Jersey

      Thanks, I appreciate your efforts to help me, but I really need something that simply allows me to download a spreadsheet of all sites linking back to a website (1,000s, if that's how many it is), and have it include the number of backlinks coming from a particular site and the Page Rank of the sites, so I can access how valuable the backlinks are. I guess this info is not easy to compile automatically, or else these tools would be widely available. Google Webmaster Tools easily shows me the top 1,000 sites (by number of backlinks), but it does not show the Page Rank of these sites.

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      Page1 SEO tactics 4 years ago

      As I prefer to use Firefox myself, I'm not quite sure about what is going on with your Google Chrome version, but as a web designer I keep a version of all the major web browsers on my computer, so I've downloaded the toolbar for Chrome and I'm familiarizing myself with it, as the only time I'm brought to the SEMrush website with the Firefox version of the tool bar is when I click on the parameters for SEMrush, so I am a little puzzled. From what I see with the Chrome version of the SEOquake tool bar is pretty much the same as the Firefox except for the fact that you have to scroll the tool bar sideways in order to see all the parameters. The parameters that you want to look at are on the very right of the too bar labeled as links, the first number shown is the amount of internal links on your web page or the current webpage you are visiting, the second number is the amount of external links (back links) to the page, if you see a number in parenthesis that number tells you the amount of no follow backlinks to the page. Click on the external links and a page will pop up with information on all the backlinks to the page you are questioning. Now the page rank may come up as a ?, but if you click on the ? it will load the page rank information for that page. Occasionally you will see an N/A which means that either the page doesn't have enough analytical data to determine the parameter, or the page may be blocked from indexing and or sharing analytical data.

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      John Coviello 4 years ago from New Jersey

      I downloaded the Chrome version of the SEO Quake toolbar. When I click on the backlinks link in thethe SEO Quake toolbar, it sends me to a site called semrush.com. While it provides some useful information about backlink anchor text, it is not providing me the Page Rank for the sites backlinking to my site. Is there another way to look at backlinks through the the SEO Quake toolbar that does provide Page Rank info for the backlinks found? Thanks!

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      Page1 SEO tactics 4 years ago

      Your welcome Rock_nj glad I could help. As for the best way to improve search engine ranking, I would suggest that you check out my article How to Optimize to Get Page One of Your Niche & Stay on Top which explains what the major search engines are basing your SERP on as well as links to more in depth information on each of the factors determining your page rank so that you can accommodate the top search engines. I also suggest that as long as your IBL's are placed on relevant sites, to let them be, as backlinks only provide link juice if the search engines see them as relevant to the content they are placed, otherwise search engines could view your backlinks as spam and give you a penalty. As for the Disallow (also called Disavow) Links tool, that comes in handy when you've been attacked by a black hatter or if you've mistakenly placed backlinks on irrelevant content. You can find out more about when to use the Disallow Links tool in my hub: Don't Let Black Hat SEO & Google Penguin Eat Your Webpage SERP. I hope this helps you. Thanks for your great comment, questions, and advice about getting a back link to this article on the SEOquake web site, I've been so busy with writing and designing a web site of my own I've been procrastinating on backlinking, but will be hopefully getting to that soon. Surprisingly my hubs on this account and my various other HP accounts have been doing pretty good even though I've been procrastinating.

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      John Coviello 4 years ago from New Jersey

      Thanks for writing this! I am just starting to look into SEO Quake. What do you think the best approach is to increase Page Rank, try to get rid of links from low Page Rank sites or focus on creating new links on high Page Rank sites? Do you have an opinion about the usefulness of the Google Disallow Links Tool?

      You might want to add a link on this Hub to the SEO Quake website .