A blogger’s love affair with technology doesn’t end with the desktop, now that most devices are mobile, you can take Search Engine Optimization to another level- why not make good with your ranks while you’re out on the road?
If you treat blogging as a serious business, you know SEO is your lifeline. One of the best ways to get killer ranks for your website is to make sure you have your Smartphone equipped with an effective SEO app that will get you the most relevant data available.
With these SEO apps for blogging, you can receive fresh data whenever you want which gives you enough time to change your SEO strategy and monitor your traffic. Most SEO apps have all the functionality and features you need to make your SEO techniques work for you.
If you’re like most bloggers who live and breathe SEO, and can’t part away from your SEO analytics even for a few hours, get to know some of these Search Engine Optimization mobile apps:
Checking your site’s page rank in Alexa and Google is quick and convenient with the Site Rank app. The lite version is free, but would hardly get you any rank juice compared to the whole version which has an inbound and external link monitor.
The most affordable app with everything you need from SERP Analytics to monitoring your inLink activities. At $1.99, Iseo will keep tabs on your page rank on different search engines. Iseo has a minimalist design that complements the sleekness of your iPhone.
The SEM Calculator
A handy tool for any Media Buyer, the SEM calculator gives you options to estimate the figures for impressions, Cost Per Thousands (CPM), Click thrus and Conversion rates. If you’re advertising through Google Adwords and other ad networks, you can calculate the most effective CPM or CPA rate in creating your advertising campaign. This app can run on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 4.1 or a later version.
Just use the SEOStats search bar to check your domain name and expect a quick SEO audit of your website which includes keep track of your page ranking. A versatile feature includes data on the number of Indexed Pages in Google, baclinks on Yahoo, .EDU and .GOV backlinks. You can also find out how many Wikipedia links your site has plus citations in del.icio.us and Technorati.com.
Benjie is a Search Engine Optimization specialist and an avid Apple Blogger.
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