What are the best SEO tools in 2017?

by tolson
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Hey guys just wondering what you use in 2017 to help your website improve by traffic and quality? I'm just starting to get back into SEO and building websites so I was wondering what's the best tools out there these days?

I use to use traffic travis, I'm assuming they are outdated by now? Is MoZ the new best tool?

Also whats worth spending money on these days? Or are free tools all you need still?

-tyler
#2017 #seo #tools
  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    I like to use SEmrush because it is one of the best tool to analyze your site and also help to do keyword research to keep close eye to your competitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Miller
    I am not saying keywordplanner.pro is the best. But it should be among the top because many people have enjoyed it. It's free for all if keyword research is your thing
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  • Profile picture of the author Omarkenawy
    Traffic Travis is my favorite one for my SEO campaigns. it has a free and paid version with more features, but for most newbie marketers, the free offers quite a few amazing features for doing Keyword Research, SEO Research and competition analyzing.

    All my best,
    -Omar
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  • Profile picture of the author kodeforest
    SEO point of view different back link tool like , Backlinkwatch and Majestic is one of the best tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author AMSuccessProgram
    Excellent for longtail key words making market websites centered to them and study.
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  • Profile picture of the author tolson
    I noticed moz wanted upwards of 150 dollars per month for their site. People actually pay that? I find it hard to believe that some sites are "that much better" that others. Thoughts?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChristoFouche
    I use SEO Powersuite.. They have a free version that works very well. I also used Webfire which is excellent but very pricy...
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    • Profile picture of the author linkassistant
      Originally Posted by ChristoFouche View Post

      I use SEO Powersuite.. They have a free version that works very well. I also used Webfire which is excellent but very pricy...
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  • Profile picture of the author tolson
    Yeah I could see maybe spending 20$ a month on a nice program. Do not have the budget for these $100++ a month services. Looks like most of the big ones are at least $100 a month. That sucks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marcus W K Wong
    Would highly recommend Serpworx. (serpworx.com)

    They combine analytics from Moz, SEMRush, Majestic and AHrefs for about $30/month. It basically pulls in the data into your google serp searches via a chrome extension.
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