In this post, I am going to review all the features that SEOquake has to offer. It’s one of my favorite SEO tools and I use this little toolbar every day.
SEOQuake is a browser extension that provides you with key SEO metrics for any analyzed webpage. Here are some of the features of the tool:
- A powerful SEO toolbox for your browser
- Advanced SERP overlay
- Backlinks, traffic and display Ads
- Run a complete SEO audit of a webpage, including a check for mobile compatibility
You can get analytics about your website and also about your competition websites. You can get Alexa ranking of web pages, index rank of google, bing, SEMRush, yahoo, backlinks, referral domains, and referral IPS for the URL, backlinks, referral domains, and referral IPS for the domain, Display advertising stats, Traffic Analytics like Traffic rank, Unique visitors, pages/visit, Avg visit duration, bounce rate, and traffic sources.
This single tool provides vast information for your SEO analysis. This information will definitely enhance the framework of your website.
Let us get step by step guide to download, install and use SEO Quake toolbar.
How to download and install SEOQuake toolbar
Downloading and installing the SEOquake toolbar is very easy. It is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and even with iPhone and iPad.
You can find below the links to get SEO quake now.
Download SEOquake for chrome:
You can also download SeoQuake for Safari, Firefox, Opera, IPad, and iPhone.
Let us dig into some of its main features:
Below are some Metris that SEOQuake will show
By clicking on the icon of SEO quake on the toolbar of your browser, you will find a general overview of some of the most important SEO parameters you need and fundamental information about the domain.
You can get analytics about your website and also about your competition. You can get Alexa ranking of web pages, index rank of google, bing, SEMRush, yahoo, backlinks, referral domains, and referral IPS for the URL, backlinks, referral domains, and referral IPS for the domain, Display advertising stats, Traffic Analytics like Traffic rank, Unique visitors, pages/visit, Avg visit duration, bounce rate, and traffic sources and also valuable social signals like Facebook likes, Google +1, Pinterest Pins, and Linkedin shares.
Additionally, the “page overview” section serves as a bridge that connects to all the other sub-tools this plugin has to offer.
It has a toolbar option for the browser as shown below. SEOQuake Toolbar automatically displays stats as you browse pages which will save some time if you are analyzing a lot of pages.
In the image above we are checking the page info for Wikipedia. It gives us a quick glimpse of its Title, Meta Keywords, Meta description, Internal links, External links, and the server that is used. It is important to note that the internal and external links you see here are only for this specific page. If you want to check the total number of backlinks of the domain, just go back to the “page overview” section of the SEOquake.
This also displays ranking and social shares of the website.
Also, this page displays Keyword density for this page like total no of words on this page and also detailed stats on Total one word, two words, three words and four words phrases and density of each phrase like how many times it repeats and density %. Very useful info indeed.
Clicking on the button that says “Diagnosis” gives you an instant page SEO audit that evaluates the three following points: Page analysis, Mobile compliance and Site compliance. The plugin splits each of these 3 sections into several other results. This enables you to quickly get a good overview of all the information available. Furthermore, what I think is really useful is that next to each of these results SEOquake automatically puts either a green tick or a red warning sign. This lets you know what that site is doing good, and what it is doing badly. This is especially useful if you are checking your own site because then you know the things you may want to modify in order to rank higher in search engines.
It also provides useful tips on what each result and what steps you can take to improve. For example, Below is a suggestion on Text/HTML ratio which is in red and tips provide general info on what that means and how it is important to SEO of your page.
This page has 134 internal links as shown in the screenshot for wikipedia search page.
In the “External links” section you can quickly check the number of external links a certain page has built and where they are pointing to. As an example, I checked with SEOquake the external links for Wikipedia. As you can see in the screenshot below, the page has 323 external links. I also think that it is great that SEOquake allows you to export the list of links as a CSV file. This feature is especially useful if you have a new site and you are planning to build backlinks using the skyscraper technique.
Shows keyword density
In the part where it says “Density”, you can check your competitor’s keyword density.
The compare URL tool of SEOquake enables you to contrast your URL to your competitor’s. Here you can compare aspects like the number of pages indexed in Google, the number of backlinks and much more. On top of that, you are not limited to comparing only two pages. At the time this post was written, SEOquake supports the comparison of over 15 URLs at the same time! Finally, just as with every other piece of information this plugin delivers you, it can be exported to CSV with the click of a button.
Now you will be able to see backlink information on specific URLs, domains or root domains.
This report will show you how your competitors’ domains are being advertised. For instance, you can see the number of total publishers (websites that use Google AdSense to allow advertisers to run display ads on their site) and advertisers (websites that have placed ads on other sites in an effort to drive traffic to their content) for that particular domain. Previews of popular media ads and text ads are also shown in this report. This helps you get fresh ideas in case you are, for example, planning to run a PPC campaign.
Whenever you do a search query, you will see a small line of text directly under the search field that says “Keyword difficulty XX%”. The closer this percentage is to 100%, the harder it will be for you to rank well for that keyword.
Based on the above features, it is a very extensive tool and I use it for my SEO analysis. You can try this for a couple of days and see how the features are helpful for your SEO analysis of the website.[convertkit form=1277259]
Below are some of the alternatives for SEOQuake
–SEO Toolbar for Firefox
Here you can check the full review of MOZ vs SEMrush SEO tool which are full features tools for SEO optimization.