SEO Appointment tomorrow - what is the best SEO analyzer tool to create a report?

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Hi All!

I have an appointment scheduled tomorrow morning with a local accident/injury attorney. I would like to create a report that analyzes his existing site for his SEO, ranking and how his site compares to the competitors that outrank him.

I have looked at RavenTools, Website Grader and SEO PowerSuite, but I am not finding what I want. Does anyone have a favorite tool that they use for this?

Thanks Warriors!!!

BJ
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  • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
    Hi BJ,

    I use backlinkwatch.com

    I take a screen shot of the number of links to prospects site and those of competitor.

    Also point out the lack of keywords in the anchor text which backlinkwatch provides.

    Or you can do it live at your prospects office.

    Hope that helps,

    Best,
    Ewen
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  • Profile picture of the author redlegrich
    Woorank is pretty decent. Might not be exactly what you want but it hits the high points. Also print out the reports of their competitor.
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  • Profile picture of the author markmethew
    SEO PowerSuite and backlinkwatch.com both are good according to me which i rely on.
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  • Profile picture of the author liza86
    I found backlinkwatch best for this purpose.
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  • Profile picture of the author greggycooper
    You can try the seomoz linkscape. This is actually I'm using if I want to compare my site to my competitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    I must say I haven't used any special software, I generate the reports myself. I guess technically I use some basic software, but the results are what matters.
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    • Profile picture of the author JoshP
      I typically use a combination of pulling a report from the google keyword tool that shows how often a search term is looked for on a monthly basis and then feed those keywords into market samurai rank checker.

      I'll then download the report from market samurai and combine it with the google keywords report so it shows the keyword, how often it is searched for and where their website ranks (or doesn't rank) for those particular keywords.

      It's just a simple excel spreadsheet that I end up printing and bringing to the client meeting.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Tran
        I have not found one tool that presents all the data that I want.

        I use a combination of Traffic Travis, Google Keyword Tool, Google Insights, and Facebook insights.

        I post my report online via html so that it looks good. Then I show the report online while I am at the client.

        There is no need for a leave-behind, because the client can reference the page that I made for them.

        This makes a good impression because it shows that I actually made a special webpage for them.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayVance
    This is what I use,

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  • Profile picture of the author mcconnon12
    woorank is pretty good and freeseoreport is not bad either. both of them can be brandable with a paid subscription i think freeseoreport is like $20/mo for unlimited reports that you can brand. they hit the major factors. hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Uncle_Sam
    I really like the reports given by Market Samurai. It provides enough details to explain to the client what their site is lacking and what needs to be fixed. Another one to try out could be WebsiteGrader<dot>com
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Lagarde
    Can you set Market Samurai to auto-generate the reports for you? I've got my own copy and I don't see where I can do this. It's a pain to manually generate reports.

    Internet Business Promoter does auto-generate client SEO reports although it's looking a bit dated. It even emails the reports automatically once generated. I do like that you can customize IBP reports which I've done to cut down on the visual clutter.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Remer
      Originally Posted by Chris Lagarde View Post

      Can you set Market Samurai to auto-generate the reports for you? I've got my own copy and I don't see where I can do this. It's a pain to manually generate reports.

      Internet Business Promoter does auto-generate client SEO reports although it's looking a bit dated. It even emails the reports automatically once generated. I do like that you can customize IBP reports which I've done to cut down on the visual clutter.
      Hi Chris,
      I use Rank Tracker from Link-assistant.com
      You can put your logo in and have it set to run the reports and email to your clients all on autopilot. Not cheap but works well. Plan on buying the plan for keeping it all updated as Google is constantly changing how they present serps so any company that is supplying ranking reports must invest in constant updating of their software.

      Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author Red Mist
    I do them myself, takes a bit longer but you can make them much easier to understand. Some of the tools can get a bit technical for showing to prospects.
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  • Profile picture of the author ganesh
    I use metafever and woorank for my free reports. I edit them before handing over to my clients. Anyway for clients who pay me, I do it manually. I have created my own template for paid SEO reports.
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  • Profile picture of the author janetf
    Which one is the free version?
    Well, if there is no good free one, I don't mind pay a few bucks
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  • Profile picture of the author thriftgirl62
    Originally Posted by bjallen View Post

    Hi All!

    I have an appointment scheduled tomorrow morning with a local accident/injury attorney. I would like to create a report that analyzes his existing site for his SEO, ranking and how his site compares to the competitors that outrank him.

    I have looked at RavenTools, Website Grader and SEO PowerSuite, but I am not finding what I want. Does anyone have a favorite tool that they use for this?

    Thanks Warriors!!!

    BJ
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