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    Need Help with Getting Found

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    by jorgesmith55100 ·

    Hello, everyone! 👋 I’m super excited to let you know I’m building my own website! 🌐✨ But here’s the thing—I could use some help making sure people can find it. I’ve heard about these SEO tools, and I’m wondering what you think:

    Google Analytics: It shows me how many people are checking out my site.

    Yoast SEO: This one’s for WordPress, and it’s supposed to make my content better for search engines.

    SEMrush: I heard it’s an all-in-one toolkit to figure out what words people use to find stuff online.

    Moz: It has something called Domain Authority, which sounds important for my site’s performance.

    Ahrefs: Seems like a tool for checking out who’s linking to my site and what words are popular.

    If you’ve been through making a website or have any advice, I’d love to hear it! Any other simple tools you recommend? Let’s help each other out as I step into the website world!

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    • #4204146

      Need Help with Getting Found

      by Richmond Medical Clinic ·

      In reply to Need Help with Getting Found

      Hi there! 🌟 Congratulations on taking the exciting step of building your own website! 🚀 It’s awesome that you’re considering SEO tools to boost your site’s visibility. Google Analytics is a must for understanding your audience, and Yoast SEO can indeed enhance your content for search engines, especially if you’re using WordPress. SEMrush is a versatile toolkit for keyword research, while Moz’s Domain Authority is indeed crucial for assessing your site’s credibility. Ahrefs is fantastic for monitoring backlinks and popular keywords. Apart from these, consider exploring Google Search Console for insights into how Google views your site. Additionally, tools like Ubersuggest and Screaming Frog can provide valuable SEO insights. Best of luck on your website journey, and feel free to ask if you have any more questions! 👍✨

    • #4209344

      Reply To: Need Help with Getting Found

      by ds3754190 ·

      In reply to Need Help with Getting Found

      Hi,
      I know another useful tool named “keyword everywhere” to check the monthly volume of keyword.

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      • #4209697

        Need Help with Getting Found

        by Richmond Medical Clinic ·

        In reply to Reply To: Need Help with Getting Found

        Hello! It seems like you’re providing a friendly and informative message about various SEO tools for building and optimizing websites. If you have any specific questions or if there’s anything else you’d like to discuss related to SEO or any other topic, feel free to let me know! I’m here to help. 🌐✨

    • #4210279

      Tools

      by burstfadehc ·

      In reply to Need Help with Getting Found

      Website tools:

      Google Analytics: Tracks traffic.
      Yoast SEO: Enhances WordPress content.
      SEMrush: All-in-one for keywords.
      Moz: Measures Domain Authority.
      Ahrefs: Checks backlinks, keywords.
      Extras:

      Google Search Console: Monitors search.
      Ubersuggest: User-friendly keywords.
      AnswerThePublic: Content ideas.
      Create good content and engage! 🚀👩‍💻

    • #4212901

      Reply To: Need Help with Getting Found

      by zain630 ·

      In reply to Need Help with Getting Found

      Certainly! There are several free tools available for website creation that can help you get started without breaking the bank. Firstly, platforms like WordPress and Wix offer free plans with basic features and templates, making it easy to set up your site. For design customization, consider using tools like Canva for graphics and GIMP for photo editing, both of which are free and user-friendly. Additionally, Google Analytics provides valuable insights into your website’s performance. As you progress, you may find it beneficial to upgrade to premium plans on these platforms or invest in a professional domain for a more polished and personalized online presence. Upgrading can unlock advanced features, enhance your site’s aesthetics, and provide a more seamless experience for your visitors.

      • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by zain630.
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    • #4213134

      Reply To: Need Help with Getting Found

      by leocharlie452 ·

      In reply to Need Help with Getting Found

      Building a website and need advice!
      1. **Google Analytics:** Tracks site visits.
      2. **Yoast SEO (for WordPress):** Optimizes content for search engines.
      3. **SEMrush:** Toolkit for keyword research.
      4. **Moz (Domain Authority):** Assesses site performance.
      5. **Ahrefs:** Analyzes backlinks and keywords.

      Additional tips:
      – **Google Search Console:** Submit your sitemap.
      – **Keyword Planner (Google Ads):** Find relevant keywords.
      – **Ubersuggest:** Simple tool for keyword ideas.

      • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by leocharlie452.
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