Here’s the list of 3 most prominent SEO tools you can take for a spin before you spend even a single dollar
Key points: All-in-one SEO solution; desktop software; no limits on SEO functionality; free version available.
SEO PowerSuite aims to handle all of the SEO tasks in a single desktop-based package at an affordable price. Providing everything from an SEO crawler to a mobile-friendly test tool, SEO PowerSuite is a one-stop-shop.
There are no restrictions on the number of projects, nor on the backlinks and keywords researched, so it’s great for large-volume SEO campaigns. That said, there is a limit on competitors researched at the same time, where you can’t research more than 10 at once.
Key points: All-in-one SEO solution; web-based; adjustable plans; no free version.
In a similar fashion to #1, this is also a comprehensive SEO suite. It’s not the best keyword research tool, but it’s still a great SEO toolbar, and the good news is that there are no restricted functions.
All of the tool’s functionality is available even with the cheapest plan, and the only thing that changes with the increased pricing are the limits.
Key points: All-in-one SEO solution; web-based; uses data from different sources; no free version.
Raven Tools is a cloud-based SEO solution that combines a bunch of different databases for different features, using Moz and Majestic, for example, to give users the best results.
It boasts a very convenient feature of integration with your email automation and call tracking software, where you could import your data from Mailchimp, and run your email campaigns from your SEO tool.
On the other hand, there are restrictions on the amount of projects, keywords tracked and pages available for auditing. This is why it’s best used by an in-house SEO specialist, rather than an agency or an SEO with multiple clients.