Which Seo friendly tools are reliable?

optimiviewpoint
Member

Hi!
I need guidelines for my blogs, especially for SEO-friendly tools. I am using and relying on some tools for my blogs from this website https://seotoolscloud.com/  I want to know are these tools reliable for Seo practices or not?

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natsumimori
Community Manager

Hi @optimiviewpoint ,

 

Thank you for your post!

Could you elaborate on your question? For example, which tool are you specifically talking about and what is your end-goal?

webdew
Top Contributor | Diamond Partner

Hi @optimiviewpoint,

There are numerous free and paid tools available, each with a unique set of features But first, can you tell us what your goals are. Only if you can tell us that will we be able to fully describe the tools and how reliable they are.

 

Waiting for your reply.

LMersr
Member

I think there are lots of tools are availavble to rank your blog but I mainly use backlinks as an off page SEO as you can see here  firstly you need to explain the question in details.

jhondavid
Member

Yes, I checked them and all of them are reliable for SEO. You can use them for different purposes.  I am also using the same tools to check the ranking, problems , and different factors of my website.

DavidDennison
Key Advisor

While you can use tools like these, I wouldn't recommend it. Often times the data isn't always correct and reliable. Data comes at a cost, which is why most SEO tools will cost anywhere from $50/mo to $200/mo.

 

If you need guidelines for your blog I would recommend checking out an awesome tool I use called Surfer SEO. Check it out: https://surferseo.com/

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FJosh
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@optimiviewpoint wrote:

Hi!
I need guidelines for my blogs, especially for SEO-friendly tools. I am using and relying on some tools for my blogs from this website https://seotoolscloud.com/  I want to know are these tools reliable for Seo practices or not?


we should do our research don't rely much on any tool.

ADuPhene
Participant | Partner

I agree with previous posters. Free tools only get you so far. I would check out MOZ or SEMrush. Neither is a quick solution but well worth the investment of time/money.