Kansas City SEO launches free website analysis tool
Kansas City SEO® today announced the release of a free online web application designed to give business owners an instant assessment of the SEO health, strengths and weaknesses of their website.
Search engine optimization, or SEO, refers to the online visibility of a website in a search engine's organic or unpaid search results. In general, higher natural rankings lead to substantial increase in targeted website traffic.
This new SEO reporting tool is offered free of charge to website visitors. By simply pasting in a website address, users can instantly view a web page with a detailed SEO website analysis. Kansas City SEO Phil Singleton states, “This tool is by no means a substitute for a detailed SEO analysis or in-person consultation, but it does provide a lot of important information in an easy to read format. Many business owners have no way of knowing how to evaluate their website from a search engine perspective. In most cases this tool will point out the glaring deficiencies, as well as opportunities for improvement. It also shows areas of strength as well.”
The free online SEO website analysis reporting tool can be found here: http://websitereview.kcseopro.com The tool is based on fundamentals of search engine optimization, such as those found in The Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet 2.0.
For more information on Internet marketing and search engine optimization service in Kansas City, visit Kansas City SEO® at: http://kcseopro.com
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