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SEO competition research tool



2:06 pm on Feb 7, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I am looking for a SEO software just like SEOMoz. I need a tool that does competition analytsis, On page recommendations, crawl tracking, keyword tracking etc

The problem with SEOMoz is its too expensive. They are charging $99 for one month which is extortionate.

Are there any SEO software out there that I can purchase and instll on my server myself so I wont have to pay a monthly subscription to these services as I would like to use a software regularly.

Any recommendations would be helpful


3:06 pm on Feb 7, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I don't know if there's any software out there that'll do all that for less than $99. To get it cheaper you'll probably have to build your own for free.


3:24 pm on Feb 7, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I was hoping that wasn't the answer. I remembered back in my old company that I use to work for they built their own one as it was too expensive to continue to subscribe to SEOMoz.

I guess there isn't any off the shelf sofrware that features similar functionality that SEOMoz offer I guess that are offering something unique which is why they can charge whatever price they like seeing as they have no competition.


2:12 am on May 22, 2011 (gmt 0)

The pro SEOmoz tools are well worth the money if you're doing client-based work and can factor the costs into your pricing strategy. I love the LDA tool and keyword difficulty tools in particular (although I wish they'd release an LDA API... it's such a ball ache doing the scores one by one!).

I think what you could use is a mixture of Market Samurai and the SEO Power Suite tools. I tend to use MS a lot during my initial keyword research and then SEO Power Suite for content audits / tech audits and SERPs tracking.

I think they'll set you back a few hundred dollars, but they're one-off fees rather than the monthly subscription.

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