Microsoft SEO Toolkit

Blogger’s ans webmasters know the importance of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), it helps them gain some revenue from there blog.

The free SEO Toolkit Analyzer form Microsoft 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.

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The SEO Toolkit helps you improve your Website’s relevance in search results by recommending how to make your new or existing site content and structure more search engine-friendly. It works on any Website on the Web. Best of all – it’s a small, lightweight free download!

Site Analysis Features
The Site Analysis module allows users to analyze local and external Web sites with the purpose of optimizing the site’s content, structure, and URLs for search engine crawlers. In addition, the Site Analysis module can be used to discover common problems in the site content that negatively affects the site visitor experience.

Analyze the sites compliance with SEO recommendations and to discover problems on the site, such as broken links, duplicate resources, or performance issues. Build custom queries against the data gathered during crawling to dig deeper.

Work with Sitemaps and Indexes
The Sitemaps and Site Indexes module enables you to manage the sitemap files and sitemap indexes on your Web site, application, and folder level to help keep search engines up to date. The Sitemaps and Site Indexes module allows the most important URLs to be listed and ranked in the sitemap.xml file. In addition, the Sitemaps and Site Indexes module helps to ensure your Sitemap.xml file does not contain broken links.

Installing the toolkit.

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3 thoughts on “Microsoft SEO Toolkit

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  2. Dustin | SEO Guide

    Wow, Microsoft is not doing a great job SEO’ing this toolkit. In all my research of SEO tools, I’ve never come across this before.

    Will have to try it out. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

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