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Top 10 Search Engine Optimization Tools – Are You Ready for 2020? — 10 Comments

  1. Hello John, 2020 is a big year most people look forward to for various reason and for online marketer a possible breakthrough in business which I am also anticipating as well. Various search engines are breaking grounds in the market for themselves and with their various unique features and I’m really impressed. These one’s you have listed are very new to me and having a voice command Search engine would make work less easier for its user. I will keep my fingers crossed and see how things play out. Nice post.

    • Thanks for sharing your views on the subject Benson. That’s right it is becoming more and more difficult to follow up with all the changes in algorithms made by Google, therefore it becomes necessary to make use of some tools. I personally use Google Search Console and Yoast SEO, then some other tools like Ubersuggest for a deeper insight and a second opinion. Hopefully this will get me safe and sound into the coming year.

      I wish you the very best for your online projects Benson.

      Have a great day,

      John

  2. Hallo there John, 

    I learned about SEO recently and am now trying to get really good at it because of the value I have found it to have on a website. Your post is one of the most informative posts I have seen on SEO. I have bookmarked it after reading it so that I take a much closer look. Honestly speaking, this is not a post you only read once.

    Thanks a lot for the helpful information. It will go a long way in helping me get a good grasp of the strategy. Since I have seen you also have great content here, I will be stopping by every so often to learn more. Cheers.

    • Thanks for stopping by Dave and I do appreciate your comments. I look forward to seeing you here often then, and if you remember it please share my articles socially when you visit, I will appreciate it very much.

      Cheers!

      John

  3. Thanks for this article because by it I have got to know more about the SEO and I have got to know the SEO trends businesses should watch out for in 2020 and they are interesting and also thanks for providing information about the 10 best search engine optimization tools, it has been a pleasure for me to visit your article thanks in advance 

    • Thanks very much for your comments in regards to the top 10 Search Engine Optimization tools that are available and are worth in testing.

      I wish you the very best for your online projects in 2020 and beyond Mugalu.

      Have a great day!

      John

  4. Hi John,

    Thanks for this verview of your top 10 search engine optimization tools. I use google analytics and seatrch console pretty heavily, identifying waht extra keywords to add to my articles. I’m also beginning to use ubersuggest to sweep up the longer tail keywords ad trying to grab those rankings as well.

    Ideally I need a tool, that can analyze my compeition, so sounds likes SEM Rumsh or Ahrefs may be best for that?

    • Thanks so much for reading my latest seo tools review which was contributed by April Reyes, a great writer and SEO expert. She does seem to give preference to Ahrefs when it comes to analyzing the competition.

      I hope to have answered your question and I wish you an excellent day.

      John

  5. This has been a very informative article. I’m unaware of some the tools like, Similar Web, Google Search Console, Pingdom, Ahrefs and Website Grader mentioned here and will be looking more deeply into them. It’s also interesting to read that Ubersuggest has been improved.
    As you rightly said SEO is time consuming. Would you recommend paying for this service. If so at what level would you say paying is necessary?
    Talking of trends, what impact do you think this would have on businesses financially if they are able to deploy any of these?

    • Thanks very much for your compliments on this article that I will convey to the contributor, April Reyes. It is really a great source of information.

      I personally use several of these tools already for my websites and blogs. One that I like very much is Ubersuggest. Since it has been acquired by Neil Patel it has become excellent. Neil is very generous with the information that he freely dishes out online.

      Personally, I would tell you to use it for free for as long as you can and see for yourself if it is worth it for you to invest in a pay level.

      And finally, if I’ve understood your last question well Kavinah, if you are using some of the tools mentioned in this article, you should be well prepared for any changes in algorithms that Google might throw at us in 2020 or beyond, or earlier.

      Hope to have answered your questions fully Kavinah, if not please do contact me again via this comments’ section, okay?

      Best wishes,

      John

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