Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

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Over the last few weeks I’ve been polling developers to see how many are using the new Search Engine Optimization (SEO) toolkit to increase traffic to their web-sites.  I’ve been surprised by how many people either have never heard of the tool, or have not yet had a chance to run it against their websites.  This blog post provides a quick summary about why anyone doing web-development should check it out.

Why use the free SEO Toolkit?

In a nutshell – the free SEO Toolkit Analyzer helps you increase traffic and visitors to your site, and as a result can increase the revenue you directly or indirectly make through your web-site.

The SEO Toolkit Analyzer increases traffic to your site by helping you assess and improve the search relevancy ranking of your site with search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo.  As your search relevancy ranking improves, and your site becomes more search engine optimized, you’ll find that your site receives more and more user traffic from search engine queries. 

Takes less than 5 minutes to download and run the SEO Analyzer

It takes less than 5 minutes to download and run the SEO Toolkit Analyzer against your web-site.  You simply point the tool at the top-level URL of your web-site, and then it will automatically crawl your site like a search engine would – following each link, reviewing the HTML on each page, and generating a human friendly report of every SEO or content violation it finds on the site - along with suggestions on how to fix each of them:

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It works with any web-server

The SEO Toolkit works with any web-server. It works with IIS5, IIS6, IIS7 and IIS7.5 – it will even work with Apache web-servers running on Linux.  Basically you can point the SEO Analyzer at any remote HTTP server and it will crawl the site and generate a SEO report.  You do not need to setup any software on the remote server – instead the tool crawls and analyzes the site remotely just like a search engine would.  This means you can even run the site on your friends (or potential customers) sites and generate reports for them.

The SEO Toolkit does require that you have the IIS7 Admin tool installed on your local dev/client machine in order to host the SEO Analysis admin UI tool.  The IIS7 admin tool is a built-in feature of Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008.  The IIS7 admin UI only needs to be installed on your local dev machine though – you do not need to have IIS7 installed on the server.  The SEO utility running inside it will work fine against your IIS5, IIS6 and other web servers.

How to download and install the SEO Toolkit

You can easily install the SEO Toolkit using the Microsoft Web Platform Installer

Use the green “Install Now” button on the IIS SEO Toolkit download page in order to automatically install the SEO Toolkit on your development machine (clicking the button will also download and install the Web Platform Installer if you don’t already have it installed).

How to Learn More

I wrote up a tutorial on how to use the SEO Toolkit this past summer (the UI in some of the dialogs has changed a little – but the functionality is the same). 

You can also watch this IIS SEO Toolkit Video (5 minutes) or this longer IIS SEO Toolkit Video (15 minutes) to see the SEO Toolkit in action. 

You can post questions and get help in the SEO Toolkit Forum on www.iis.net.

Summary

If you haven’t downloaded the SEO Toolkit and used it to analyzer your web-site yet, then I highly recommend spending 10 minutes now and giving it a try.  You’ll find it provides a really easy, automated way to quickly find and identify SEO issues you have on your web-site – along with suggestions on how to fix them.  Fixing them will increase the traffic and visitors to your web-site.

Hope this helps,

Scott

Published Tuesday, December 15, 2009 12:24 AM by ScottGu

Comments

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 3:51 AM by Lee Englestone

Definately going to try this out!

-- Lee

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 3:53 AM by Yasser

Thanx a ton Scott, yeah i haven't heard about it, so following you on twitter helped me :-)

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:02 AM by Ignat Andrei

Yes, it is a fantastic tool.

In addition with basic SEO in ASP.NET MVC, it rocks!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:21 AM by Uwe

Getting a message "Your Platform is not supported". Say. IIS6, German Windows 2003 Server.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:49 AM by Tim Acheson

This is an excellent guide to a very useful tool! As well as assisting with SEO, this tool is also a good way to improve accessibility.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:56 AM by vipul

when i tries to install IIS7 admin UI, it says IIS7 required. I have windows Xp and IIS 5.1. any idea?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:58 AM by Ignat Andrei

This tool, along the ASP.NET MVC, is fantastic!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:58 AM by Jon

I'd never heard of this either; thanks for the tweet.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 5:15 AM by Eoin

Can't install it, after installing the WPI I click on the 'Finish' link and it opens in the WPI but a message says my operating system is not supported! I'm on Win XP SP3. Something gone wrong somewhere.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 7:11 AM by Gautam Jain

Please help:

I am getting an error something like this: "The product you are trying to install is not supported by the current operating system"

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 7:41 AM by smnbss

The only thing I really do not understand is why is this a "plugin" for ISS?

Why not a standalone application?

Is there any particular reason?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:05 AM by webdiyer

I've already used it, it's a great tool!!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:52 AM by CanadianJames

Hey Scott,

This is a great utility that's helped me out a ton on an old, OLD classic ASP site.

Have you guys considered increasing visibility of this by adding it to the WPI?

Cheers,

-James

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 9:01 AM by Menno van den Heuvel

Scott,

Just an idea: would it not be nice if this tool integrated with VS some?

Especially errors like "multiple canonical formats" could be fixed with one push of the button (mostly). For some other problems you of course couldn't do more than jump to the right page, and select the relevant html. You could even integrate it into the 'Error List' pane, as a type of error besides error, warning and message.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:04 AM by Jim Geurts

Scott,

Sounds like a cool tool but I feel that the major fail point is that you have to install it.  It would be cool if MS would provide a hosted version (or browser plugin) that a casual user can use.  I (and less tech savvy coworkers) would be more likely to use an internet hosted version rather than an IIS module.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:25 AM by Socrates470BC

Apparently Phil Haack uses it to restore websites that were not properly backed up in the first place.

haacked.com/.../seo-toolkit-saves-the-day.aspx

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:28 AM by Mike

It's a great tool; we started using it last week against our newly rebuilt site (which, of course, destroyed our page ranking) and we got a goldmine of helpful info.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:30 AM by Beslin

This is Good tool.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:59 AM by rickj1

I used this tool on a couple of my sites I only have three up and running and I 'm getting 80% of my hits from search engines and with this new bit of info from Phil Haack this has got to be one of the fanciest tools ever built it's the only thing I've seen that generates hits for real it takes about a month to get re indexed by the search engines then you start seeing results it also brought up my page ranking

great little tool

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 11:31 AM by lberan

Cannot find SEO under What's new as said: The SEO toolkit can be found in the ‘What’s New’ tab in the ‘Web Platform Beta Extensions’ section.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 12:07 PM by Dean

Odd, I downloaded the applications, installed everything but I can't find out where to activate the SEO Toolkit from.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 1:21 PM by Kien

what a great SEO tool! and it's FREE!!! Will be giving it a try as soon as I get home.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 4:15 PM by Tim Hobbs

The problem with this is the requirement of Vista or higher. I'd love to run this against my company's sites, but I am running XP so I appear to be SOL. I can jump through some hoops to get a Vista/7 VPC up and running, but I'd rather run this on my dev box.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 6:08 PM by Francesco

no joy installing this tool on a win xp sp3 machine.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 6:16 PM by _ivan

First WPI could not find the tool automatically. I had to point WPI to it after installation.

Second WinXP SP3 is not supported :(

I think I tried installing it before but didn't get too far, so I gave up and forgot all about it.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:08 PM by Felicia Griffin

Thank you for sharing.  I'm about to enroll in a program for certification in SEO and SEM and I am certain your tool kit will be a practical supplement.  That's in a few weeks from now.  I noticed the link to your video, so for the time being I am going to put my eyeballs on that and soak it up.  Thanks again.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 11:08 PM by Destiny Islands

Nice share! I am a fan of ASP and love to see this toolkit being shared so openly with the rest of the web dev community.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 15, 2009 11:19 PM by kelly

Great article. But any idea where I can get an SEO for Dummies <lol>. I understand this stuff just enough to let somebody pick up where I left off without to much trouble. I would like to know more however, so any books you could direct me to would be fab-o..

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 12:03 AM by jack.niu

A good news to webmasters! currently, php is most webmasters choice, but more and more webmasters come to asp.net now

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:42 AM by Application Security

Nice post...

Your blog is really helpful to my Friend who is working on.net platform..

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 2:24 AM by Anthony Wieser

Why does it have to be run with administrator privileges?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 2:36 AM by Johnny Speiermann

That's a strong tool. Finds a lot of both major and minor issues very fast.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 2:45 AM by listings engine

Thank you for a nice tip !

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 2:53 AM by Mikk

I'm also getting the error "The product you are trying to install is not supported on your operating system" - and followed the link but didn't get any wiser - googled bu no answer yet

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 3:17 AM by Fabrice Michellonet

I think this tool require IIS 7 to be installed on your computer. What's a pity :(

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 3:52 AM by HimaVejella

Great tool for webmasters .

Ping back from SEO Tool KIT

himabinduvejella.blogspot.com/.../seo-toolkit.html

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 4:17 AM by bhawna

great tool for webmaster.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 4:27 AM by MisterFantastic

Hi Sir,

Can you please give us an idea on whether ASP.Net MVC framework is SEO friendly ? If so then can you please give us short description on that ?

Thanks,

Thani

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 5:21 AM by Rasmus Toftdahl Olesen

Come on! No i've used my time installing yet another MS thingy that i don't know what do, Web Platform Installer. And now when i try to install the SEO toolkit it tells me that my operating system is not supported, i click the link and it says that Windows® XP Professional Edition Service Pack 2 (SP2) or SP3 is supported, just what i am running (SP3, danish).

How hard can it be?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 5:34 AM by kungfukid

Thanks very much... downloading now and letting some friends know!  Perfect - thank you.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 5:57 AM by Gaynor Morgan

Interesting, I will try it and give you feed back if it actally works. I have tried many ways to increas traffic and none seem to work. Fingers Crossed with this one.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 6:00 AM by Bill

It will be a better tool when its possible to switch off features.  For example, my site includes a blog of information that's useful to clients.  Each summary on the main blog pages are followed by a 'Read more...' link which, because there are many such links, the tool reports as a violation.  No, they are not and the *many* false positives it generates makes it difficult to see the genuine problems.  Like many MS tools I'm sure this one will improve with age.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 6:13 AM by Alessandro

Nice. This is very much like googles webmaster tools which has been around for quite a few years already. Regardless, good to know we have an alternative now.

Thanks for posting

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 6:37 AM by logster

Get a message stating my operating system is not supported yet I'm on Xp Pro SP3. Usual story - don't test it, don't promote it, it doesn't work. So back to Google Analytics/Webmaster Tools I go

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 7:02 AM by ambrose

I am using this from when you demo'd it in manchester back in the autumn.  It has saved lots of time - and helped get sites ranked higher - whoooo hoooo!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 7:16 AM by Eric Fan

Hi, Scott, thanks for your recommendation and I will download and use it immediately

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 8:51 AM by Adrian Jones

I can't get this to install. Rather Web Platform installer just comes back with a msg "the product you are trying to install is not support on your operating system". On the two machines I have tried, both are running XP SP 3.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 9:32 AM by dpminusa

Agreed that this tool should be hosted to improve utility and remove installation problems like those listed here.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 10:47 AM by Elliot

Would be great not to need IIS for this tool

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 11:20 AM by C. Wissing

A great and helpful tool for any webadmin!

Another useful tool is wespiva, a WEb-SPIder-VAlidator, which traverses a web-site and checks all html on all pages. It detects bad xhtml, broken links, and does some other checks.

See www.wissing.com/wespiva

(needs .NET, free download and use, written in C#)

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 11:26 AM by Chirag

This is so awesome. I never knew it existed. Thanks!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 12:03 PM by Steven

Installed SEO toolkit on Win2008 server. Run against site on Win2K3 with IIS6. After running for some time, error popped up:

"There was an error while performing this operation.

Invalid name character in '_META_LINKSITE_{SECURE}'.

The '{' character, hexadecimal value 0x7B cannot be included in a name."

Unusable.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 12:19 PM by Joel

I don't understand why people reply to an article that specifically states that only Vista, Win7, and Server 2008 are supported, to complain that it doesn't work on XP and Server 2003.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 12:32 PM by Jason Jackson

It won't install on my Windows XP Pro SP3 machine.  "The product you are trying to install is not supported on your operating system.  Click here for more information."

It does show XP Pro SP3 as a supported OS.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:13 PM by Chris

I'm receiving this error when running this against my site:

There was an error while performing this operation.

Details:

Invalid name character in '_META_RSS:Language'. The ':' character, hexadecimal value 0x3A, cannot be included in a name.

I've looked through the output files and found that the page in question is on an external site but I don't see how to restrict the SEO Toolkit from following those links.  

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:43 PM by Eric Newton

um, who decided that this "tool" was best served inside of the IIS console?!  really?!

great tool though, but its been relegated to the "great idea, silly implementation category"

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:55 PM by JohnC

It looks promising but unfortunately it bombs with certain characters on the site and bombs badly with no recovery option to continue.  I went to the forum indicated to see if there was a workaround and just lot's of other people complaining about the same issue.  On my site it appears to be balking at the copyright symbol and various other common symbols.  I agree with others that it would make more sense as a standalone executable or hosted app, however I'm not sure why it's seeing the light of day yet with such fundamental problems in it.  However the comments here made me aware that google has a similar tool so I'm off to see that one instead so something useful came of this. :)

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 6:37 PM by Dan

Please tell your audience that (after spending lots of time trying) that there are a few dependencies you NEED to meet in order to use the SEO Toolkit:

- You NEED to be running IIS v7 (although it can check sites hosted on other IIS versions).

 -- IIS 7 is only installable on the more robust versions of Vista or Windows 7 (i.e. Premium and Ultimate)

This means that if you're running XP, you're SOL.  If you're running a "lite" Vista or Windows 7, you're also SOL.

I would _love_ to try this out, but sadly, I can't.

Here's an idea that may be worth pondering, from someone who owns a site that meets the necessary minimum qualifications:  Offer SEO scans for free.

It would be great if a site with some decent user authentication could offer free runs of this against sites - maybe as a service to customers by allowing users to submit an e-mail address and site address, and get back an authentication code by e-mail (only 1 run per site/e-mail address per day to prevent overwhelming a free service)?

Doable?

Thanks.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 7:58 PM by Patrice

I also get the "The product you are tring to install is not supported on your operating system."

This happens with Win Xp SP3.

Go figure...

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 10:01 PM by vanick

can I use this with windows 7?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 17, 2009 1:27 AM by gerald | link company

Thanks for taking the effort of providing us with this wonderful tools. Their feature and usability are worth trying for.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 17, 2009 4:38 AM by Ram Gunjal

Thanks for the information, i am going to try this...

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 17, 2009 6:35 AM by Andy

Looks like a useful tool for webmasters and seo's alike

Are there plans to link the toolset into the bing webmaster tools?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 17, 2009 1:43 PM by simon

for those with XP Pro SP3... the Microsoft Web Platform Installer that you downloaded and installed first is compatible with XP SP3.  The SEO toolkit requires the IIS7 admin tool which requires Vista, W7 or Server 2008.  This is why you get the operating system error message.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, December 18, 2009 1:57 AM by Harsh

Nice tool.....i'm surely gonna use this tool......

thnx a lot...!!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, December 18, 2009 8:23 AM by Sadeque Sharif

I will use it as soon as i can.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, December 18, 2009 9:37 AM by Richard Collette

I also get the "Your system is not supported" message on XP SP3.  The installer does open though but I don't see any option to select the SEO toolkit.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, December 18, 2009 12:27 PM by Cnemo

Never can understand why it "works with any server"!???

It should be standalone!

And, despite it collects decent amount of helpful information, usability of this thing is pretty low. Problem descriptions buried to deep.

Though it may be improved in next version.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Sunday, December 20, 2009 9:54 PM by jaspher

This is very much like googles webmaster tools which has been around for quite a few years already. Regardless, good to know we have an alternative now.You post more about SEO or any else related about SEO

Good post!!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Sunday, December 20, 2009 9:58 PM by jaspher

Good it is very much like googles webmaster tools which has been around for quite a few years already. Regardless, good to know we have an alternative now.

you post more about SEO or any else related about SEO

Nice Post!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 10:07 AM by Eric

It won't install on my Windows XP Pro SP3 machine.  "The product you are trying to install is not supported on your operating system.  Click here for more information."

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 24, 2009 6:59 AM by MessageForce

The Microsoft Web Platform Installer that you downloaded and installed first is compatible with XP SP3.  The SEO toolkit requires the IIS7 admin tool which requires Vista, W7 or Server 2008.  This is why you get the operating system error message.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, December 24, 2009 1:14 PM by Shelley, SEM manager

wow...it looks very technical. but i'm going to try it out. thanks!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 2:50 AM by RichB

You probably wouldn't want to run this on an Intranet site. Most Enterprise Intranet sites I've seen use HTTP GET for non-idempotant operations. So this toolkit will destroy data.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 6:13 PM by Jason72

The page for downloading the tool has all broken links and the web platform installer doesn't include the seo tool.  Maybe that's why no one is using it.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, January 1, 2010 12:14 AM by Truck Rims

I could not get the file to download.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, January 1, 2010 12:27 PM by TheFranix

yes this tool is great. everyone should give it a try and you wont be sorry for that.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Monday, January 4, 2010 5:40 AM by viettelco

Great tool. It help our site a lot.

Thanks.

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# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Monday, January 4, 2010 6:33 AM by Jasper Leunk

I installed the tool and am trying it right now. Seem to have some nice features. Smaller sites work fine, but I have problems with larger sites. Had to stop the tool via the task manager (Vista).

For people having problems with installing: just choose the link of the Web Installer. Once downloaded just tick the checkbox of the toolkit (I had nothing else checked). No need to download the additional plugin.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 1:52 AM by tyox

For people having problems with installing: just choose the link of the Web Installer. Once downloaded just tick the checkbox of the toolkit (I had nothing else checked). No need to download the additional plugin.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, January 15, 2010 9:37 AM by Jakseo

Never hear about this toolkit, thank

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Saturday, January 16, 2010 11:37 AM by new jersey limousine

Just an idea: would it not be nice if this tool integrated with VS some?

Especially errors like "multiple canonical formats" could be fixed with one push of the button (mostly). For some other problems you of course couldn't do more than jump to the right page, and select the relevant html. You could even integrate it into the 'Error List' pane, as a type of error besides error, warning and message.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, January 28, 2010 9:31 AM by Chris Job

Great Tool!

Thanks.

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Thursday, January 28, 2010 4:52 PM by alex

great!i am new in SEO business and have small business but with this toolkit, the work has become so easier, after reading all your comments i was forced to try it once. thanks to all!

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Wednesday, February 3, 2010 8:50 AM by Jed

Is there any available API on this toolkit?

# re: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit

Friday, February 12, 2010 11:56 AM by nitin

thanks a tons... downloading it right now and giving it a try