Which is the best SEO tool you known?

Rahul Nair
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SEMRush
Ahrefs
Screaming Frog
Moz Pro
SpyFu

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Plant lover 🌿
I use Screaming Frog. You get a good overview of what's going on our website, even with the free version. It's a good website crawler because there is a lot of features to audit your page. I really like the fact that it is a desktop program. I heard SEMRush is a good one. I want to go for it and compare it to SF. I hope I helped you choose!
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Founder of Tetriz.io
It depend of your budget. Ahrefs is the one with the best data but it is quite expensive (especially if want to use the API) SEMrush is cheaper. If you are on low budget: Mangools and MarketingMiner are nice to consider.
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freelance marlketer
@fabian_maume Mangools looks nice. I will be testing it.
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Building data products. CTO @ Nami ML.
@fabian_maume Ahrefs now has a free version that is pretty great. Obviously doesn't include everything they have to offer, but we've been able to do a lot with it. Ahrefs Webmaster Tools. https://ahrefs.com/webmaster-tools
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Founder of Tetriz.io
@alejandro_cantarero1 Thanks for the information.
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archbee: docs for software people
It depends on what are you trying to accomplish. Ahrefs is the best for some things, but it depends on what you need it for and what is your budget.
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Growth Marketer at Archbee.io
Google Keyword Planner, Search Console and Google Search suggestions(at the bottom of the page). If you're on a tight budget, you can do a lot of things with these tools if you know how to
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Once you've found your keywords, you guys should check out Topic to actually optimize your online content. We've been using Topic - usetopic.com - (No affiliation to them, just a great product). It grades your content from F to A++ based on what words you need to include in your content. The words they tell you to add are words that other high ranking articles have added to theres.
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