Review of SEO Profiler
Perhaps you’ve wished that your SEO was a bit tighter. Maybe you’ve even considered paying a “professional” to help you fine-tune your rankings. Before you invest a lot of money in controversial methods of getting more Google Juice, might I suggest a DIY solution?
I had been trying the free version of SEO Profiler for some time, and really enjoyed the little bit of insight I got from my lite subscription. I upgraded to the paid version (less than $50 a month) thinking that I could always cancel if I wasn’t happy. I’m now ready to pay for my second month, and I have no regrets.
SEO Profiler offers several neat features for anyone looking to boost their Google search ranking placement. In addition to telling you opportunities for organic keywords, it gives you the scoop on your competitors. (If you like so-and-so’s blog, for example, and would love to see some of their traffic coming your way, you can get the dirt on all of their high-ranking search terms to help you craft a few future posts.) It also gives you ad words suggestions (if you’re into that), as well as weekly reports for backlinks. This is what I find most valuable.
Each week, I’ll get all the new sites that have linked to my competitors, along with details such as the anchor text used to link to them, and whether the sites are no follow. This helps me to seek out sites to comment on or even do a link exchange with. (And I don’t waste time on sites that won’t pass on any Google love.) I can see the first handful of links from my dashboard on the website, but the beauty is that all 1,000+ links for that week (more, if you are watching several competitors) can be downloaded into a CSV file to be viewed in Excel. I can then weed out the no-follows, organize by priority, and send to my virtual assistant to begin the process of securing links (naturally, of course. We don’t spam here.)
One thing that I should mention is that SEO Profiler got me to make the initial purchase commitment with their promise that they will get you top 10 rankings on Google with the information and tips they give you. This can be a great thing, provided you can actually do the things they ask (getting specific backlinks, for example, may be tough.) I found, however, that this one perk was actually something I didn’t need. I currently already rank in the top 10 for search terms I write for on my other blog (the one I use SEO Profiler for most.) I do like that they analyze your page for SEO quality and offer specific tips, however, and that everything is on the spot and automatic (no dealing with customer service reps.)
I definitely believe my SEO efforts are more focused since using this service. At $49 a month for the basic package, it’s more than adequate to track my blogs and one or two client blogs. Get more info at the official website of SEO Profiler.