• Guest

    Great list, but no group high?

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    There are so many great tools out there. I just started using SEOMoz’s FreshWebExplorer and it’s a great way to keep tabs on what people are saying about your brand. I even found a few sites for clients where they were mentioned but didn’t have a direct link back, so that was a quick and easy link building win!

  • Shahid Awan

    Great list of tips Julie, love the solo tool. Thanks Shahid

  • http://www.facebook.com/vadim.eidlin Vadim Eidlin

    Great list! Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Johnny-OToole/501119723 Johnny O’Toole

    Brillliant, is an understatement. Thanks for the list!

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  • Dino Maiolo

    Yup, great list. Already checking some of these out.

  • http://twitter.com/JulieJoyce JulieJoyce

    I need to check that out actually…there’s a good new link audit tool coming soon too and initial checking was very nice, so I’ll be excited to see a lot more new stuff emerging.

  • Shailesh Patel

    You haven’t mentioned any tool for rank tracking. Seomoz is too slow as it updates weekly.. I am currently using serpbook. Is there any thing you would recommend?

  • http://twitter.com/JulieJoyce JulieJoyce

    Good question. I actually don’t use a rank tracker myself but I hear that Authority Labs is good.

  • http://blog.forthmetrics.com/ Hugh Anderson

    Great list, Julie, there sure are lots of options now. It’s only a newcomer in free beta, but I’d love to know how Inkybee fits in? Discovery definitely, but also looking at analysis beyond the SEO metrics, so audience reach and engagement – added value?

  • http://twitter.com/esrsridhar Sridhar R

    Great List … thanks a ton

  • http://twitter.com/JohnGDryden John Dryden

    Awesome article, thanks for sharing your great tips!

  • http://twitter.com/JulieJoyce JulieJoyce

    I’ve never tried Inkybee actually…looks a bit like Buzzstream in many ways though.

  • http://twitter.com/bindirox Bindi Frazzenfrappa

    Great list —love that MillionShort one!

  • http://twitter.com/SEOHolicc Alex Juel

    MillionShort looks awesome! I can’t wait to start playing around with it a bit more.

  • http://twitter.com/b_gardiner Bill Gardiner

    Great post Julie! We use many of the tools you mentioned but there are enough on there that we haven’t tried yet to keep us busy for a while… Thanks for sharing!

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  • http://hybnost.com/ Vikas Paul

    Open office is truly a great option to MS office, but Google Docs is also very strong contender with many advantages over Open Office.

  • Laura K. Chik

    I love Evernote too! In fact just added this thanks for the tips!

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    Great Post..

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    Great List
    Thanks

  • Vahe Arabian

    What is the link audit tool called?

  • http://twitter.com/DiviFernando Divi Fernando

    Nice List. You can probably add Woorank.com to the ‘Technical tool’ List. They have a free trial and a once in a week free Website Review. Gives a quick analysis of what lacks on the site and what needs to be worked upon in terms of SEO and usability.

  • http://www.facebook.com/webm.connect Webm Connect

    you have done good research in finding the tools .

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  • http://twitter.com/JulieJoyce JulieJoyce

    Hi there…it’s Link Risk. http://linkrisk.com/