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Where can I check SEO scores???

rosy0123
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We currently use domaintools.com for there SEO score checker. Does anyone else use this tool or know of any others for comparison purposes. One of the main reason I am asking is we have built a site that is 100% seo (according to that tool) and we wanted to check with other seo score checkers to make sure it was correct.

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Topic starter Posted : 13/08/2008 10:37 pm
benjonson
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Re: Where can I check SEO scores???

Google not only indexes and caches web pages but also takes "snapshots" of other file types, which include PDF, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, Flash SWF, plain text files, online videos such as YouTube and much more.[5] Except in the case of text and SWF files, the cached version is a conversion to (X)HTML, allowing those without the corresponding viewer application to read the file.

Users can customize the search engine, by setting a default language, using the "SafeSearch" filtering technology and set the number of results shown on each page. Google has been criticized for placing long-term cookies on users' machines to store these preferences, a tactic which also enables them to track a user's search terms and retain the data for more than a year. For any query, up to the first 1000 results can be shown with a maximum of 100 displayed per page.
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Posted : 22/04/2009 6:58 am
Nics007
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Re: Where can I check SEO scores???

Setting alt text is a must cause search engines cant read images remember? Or flash for that matter! You should simply add alt text relevant to your site in the index page, post, single page. And there you have that resolved. Query strings are the question mark in urls. Usually its not a biggie but google usually likes it better when an url is like domain/categories/post-name/tag blah blah rather than domain/showpost?125=666 cause they considers the url like keywords.
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Posted : 21/01/2010 12:44 pm
bluecollar01
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Re: Where can I check SEO scores???

I've used the Hubspot Website Grader. It gives you a score of 0-100% based on how optimized your site is according to their algo vs every other site that has used the tool. It scores pretty basic SEO stuff so it may not be a huge help but it's the only tool I know of that provides an automated score. http://websitegrader.com/

Hope this helps.

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Posted : 09/03/2010 7:26 pm
Adydsauza
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Re: Where can I check SEO scores???

Enter your keyword phrase in the search field in GOOGLE then click 'Google Search'.
Type your domain name into find option If your Web site not comes up on the first page then click on next page then again find and so on. Finaly you find your keyword on anyone page of google and you can see your score at the top of google page as folow.
"Results 81 - 90 of about 95,700 for (YOUR KEYWORD). (0.34 seconds) "
If your site located in 5th position in 9th page then your score is 95.

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Posted : 12/03/2010 10:03 am
boby
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Re: Where can I check SEO scores???

Hi

SEO(search engine optimization) is the most useful technique to get a high PR (and high traffic too).Many of the bloggers like me are unaware of pros and cons of search engine optimization.So how do you optimize your website to get the maximum juice out of the search engine? Ofcourse, Who doesn’t like to have their page on the front page of the search engine.The higher the SEO for your site the better it is for search engines such as Google to show your site on their site.

Here is the website that check your SEO http://www.domaintools.com enter your site and see what is you SEO. You can make you SEO score to 100% by changing text, description, keywords on your meta tags etc. Domaintools.com tell you how to get 100% SEO just follow the instruction that they say.Below is the screenshot of my website and my score is 78% (not bad for starters 😉 )

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