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  • #10458

    Nikki Chua
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    Hi!

    I’m still fairly new to SEO so I was wondering if there’re any newbie-friendly SEO tools out there I can use to ease myself into learning it? Or would it be better to go into Google Analytics head on?

    Thanks!

    #10460

    Charlotte
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    Hello!

    Great question! I too would like to know more about SEO tools. I’m quite familiar with online survey tools and the likes but I’ve never been fully versed with SEO tools. Also, are there any mobile apps that can also be called as SEO tools? Thanks in advance!

    #10485

    Sean Si
    Participant

    Hi Charlotte, Nikki,

    I think a good starting point will be Google Analytics. We have a full-suite tutorial about it here: https://seo-hacker.com/google-analytics-tutorial/

    I think you should check that out and apply it to your site.

    I want to hear what @ivan @seanvandenberg and @westrout has to say.

    #10486

    Weslee Trout
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    Hey,

    I totally agree with Sean. Google analytics would be the best place to start. Once you’ve got Google analytics squared away then you will easily understand the other SEO stuff a lot easier. It will also give you more insights on what you can fix and optimize.

    And the good thing, it is totally free! There are a lot of free resources on the web, such as Sean gave, that will do the job. 😉

    #10487

    Nikki Chua
    Participant

    Hi Sean and Weslee!

    Thanks for your replies. I’ll give Google Analytics a shot, then. Hopefully it won’t be too daunting. 🙂

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by  Nikki Chua.
    #10492

    Charlotte
    Participant

    Hello There!

    Thanks so much with all your replies. That’s pretty cool, I will check it out 🙂

    #10527

    Doc J
    Participant

    If you’re using WordPress, you might want to try WordPress SEO. It’s a plugin that analyzes your page and rates its SEO-worthiness. It also gives you detailed analysis of what’s lacking, what to do about it, and what’s good to keep.

     

    #10529

    Nikki Chua
    Participant

    Hi Doc!

    Thanks for the advice. I assume the one you’re talking about is the one by Yoast? Anyways, I’ll check it out. Thanks again! 🙂

    #10536

    Doc J
    Participant

    Yes, that’s the one.

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