Today, we want to share with you, our experience with a very interesting SEO Tool: SEOquake.

  • We have decided to try different SEO free Tools in order to check wether they are useful or not and share our conclusions with you.


In case you don’t know, in this section we talk about How we are building this Website: our SEO strategy, Theme and Plugins we use, our Real Results (Pageviews and Users we have)…


This Post will be divided into 2 parts:

1. What is SEOquake and how it can be useful for your SEO.

2. Today’s Google Analytics report: Users and Pageviews we have.


Let’s begin:

1. What is SEOquake and how it can be useful for your SEO.


SEOquake is a free Google Chrome extension that allows you to analyze Web Pages and find out:

  • Their Google Ranking.
  • Internal and External Backlinks.
  • Word density.
  • Main Keywords employed.
  • And much more.


How does SEOquake work?

As soon as you activate SEOquake, it adds, at each Google Searche result, a footer giving you basic information about that page and its main Domain:


These Icons give you information about:

  • : Page Backlinks.
  • : Domain Backlinks.
  • : Bing Index.
  • : Alexa Rank.
  • : Webarchive page.


If you enter the Page, you’ll find a Top bar:


Aa you may have already guessed:

  • : Google Ranking.
  • : Facebook likes.

It also adds information about External and Internal Links (not shown at the picture):


Analysis you can Develop with SEOquake:

Page Diagnosis:

It gives you advices about what could be improved in that page:

  • Images without Alt Descriptions.
  • Titles’ extensions.
  • Text Density per HTML code.
  • etc.

It is something similar to the “META SEO Inspector” Tool we explained in our “35th day Post“.


The Domain:

  • How much traffic does it have.
  • The average Advertisements shown .
  • Average Index on Google, Yahoo and Bing.


Internal and External Links:

  • It tells you how many Internal and External Backlinks a certain Page has.


Keywords Density:

  • It creates very helpful Tables (lists) with information about the most mentioned Words, as well as their frequency and where are they placed (Titles [T], Headings [H]or Meta descriptions [D]).


You can get tons of useful conclusions from this Tool:

  • Whether you are talking too much about something you didn’t intended to.
  • What your competitors do.
  • etc.


URL Comparison:

  • You can compare a certain page’s numbers with others, so you can analyze which one is “doing better”:


This is a very useful Tool since you can use it for analyzing your Pages at the same time as your competitors’.


Verdict: Is SEOquake a useful SEO Tool?


It is a very useful free Tool that allows you to analyze any page you want.

  • Keyword density and the URL comparison Tools can be very interesting for you to contrast your content with others.
  • Google Search “Shortcuts” may help you to discriminate good pages from bad ones before conducting any analysis.
    • You can pick pages from good strong domains just checking the “icons” SEOQuake place at your Google Results.
  • Internal and External Backlinks may give you some clues about average Backlinks any successful page should have.
  • Diagnosis Tools may highlight certain details you forgot or maybe, it can show you that a problem you thought to be very important is committed by all your successful competitors.
  • etc, etc.


It is a free easy to install Tool, so you have nothing to loose. You should give it a try.


2. Today’s Google Analytics report: Users and Pageviews we have.


As you can appreciate at the Post’s Top picture, our users decreased this weekend. We expect that, for our content.

  • However, we had 38 users.



The same happened with our Pageviews. We had 49 unique pageviews this weekend.


As we always say, we only have one direction: keep working and offer you the best content possible.


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