There are tons of tools that you can use to help perform SEO. This post full name a few of them and the things that they seem to be best for.
At the top of the list is ahrefs. If what you need is a tool that does everything acceptably well, this is the tool that you want to get you can do competitive research to see how well you and your competitors are ranking, you can use it to find back links, you can find it to identify new contents topics, and the thousand other things. I would say that it is a leader in finding websites that are linking to another website, along with majestic. If you’re going to do link building, this is probably one of the tools that you want to use. I would say that it is a lot better at doing this aspect of SEL than any of the other tools that will be mentioned in this article, other than maybe majestic
This is one of the best tools for finding back links. It’s TF & CF metrics are commonly used to measure the trustworthiness of a website and can also tell you the category of the topic related to the website. This last feature is unique in all of the Seo tools that are available online, And can be quite valuable if you’re trying to rank a website that is in a specific niche. It is also quite reasonably priced, so it’s worth considering.
This is one of the better tools when doing research into paid search or PPC for short. It keeps A log of the ads that are run by a website and lists the months when they were run. This can be particularly useful if you’re trying to find good ad copy and you’re running into walls; you can often see that if an ad has been run for considerable amount of time for a competitor, there’s a good chance that there’s something that’s right about it. At the same time I would suggest that you avoid paying much attention to the estimated budget numbers since they seem to be way off for any website that I’ve ever handle the PPC for.
SEM rush is another very well-known SEM tool. I found that it does a good job of estimating search traffic relative to other websites, but again, the numbers are usually quite far off when it comes to actual numbers of visitors. I am not a huge fan of this tool, but I know that there are a lot of SEOs that rely on it, so it may be worth getting the free trial and trying it out.