How to Make SEO Simple: Try WebMeUp Free

I go through phases where I slip into OCD mode over SEO and then that’s usually followed by weeks of dropping the ball and total lazing out.  Eventually, I end up paying for it as I watch stats decrease and rankings drop and then that pushes me back into OCD phase all over again.

Part of my problem, is that I prefer a more natural approach to SEO and I think readers probably appreciate that, but when I actually take the time to really focus on it, I come to realize that it’s simple word choices that make all the difference.  Making wise keyword choices doesn’t decrease quality it actually increases the chances that readers will see the quality article.

When I go back and edit content, that’s when I find that I could’ve said, “increase blog traffic” instead of “get more blog traffic” because the former has a higher search volume than the latter.  Sometimes, it’s just a matter of adding the keyword phrase to my H2 tags once or twice.

When I know what to look for and what to fix, optimizing content is actually a simple process that doesn’t have to disrupt the flow of content.

With practice eventually optimization becomes something you do automatically, but until it does, it’s probably best to use SEO tools and software to guide you through the process.  I’ve found that using seo tools helps me be more conscious about optimization.  My problem is that I’m so busy that it’s easy to forget things, so it helps to have a checklist or a guide to make sure I’m not leaving anything out and overlooking simple changes.

WebMeUp Makes SEO Simple

I recently had the privilege of trying out WebMeUp, an all-in-one online SEO software program  – a website that provides SEO and whole site analyses.  It’s a total site analyzer that can reveal simple ways to improve your ranking and improve your search engine optimization.  My goal this year is to really improve WeBlogBetter and I know that there are many things that I need to work on – but how could I possibly know where to start?

Thankfully this site made it easy.  It did all the digging for me and uncovered problems it would’ve taken forever to find – it identified all of the broken links (a major rank drainer) and showed me where my optimization is weak.

With WebMeUp, users can:

  • discover keywords and check rankings
  • check  ranking factors (e.g. Google PR, Alexa rank, number of pages indexed in different search engines, social media mentions and a lot more)
  • optimize site structure and encoding, do on page optimization for the content of landing pages
  • find backlinks, rankings, ranking factors and other info on your competitors
  • find and manage your own backlinks
  • Visit WebMeUp for a full list of features

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A favorite feature of mine:  The KEI column – it helps you identify keywords that are more likely to generate an income by revealing the KEI (Keyword Efficiency Index) of particular phrases.   After one look, I realized that many of the keywords that I often target aren’t really all that profitable.  That’s not really a huge problem for me, but I know there are many bloggers and small business owners out there who really need help with this.  So I thought this feature was a huge plus.

Another feature I really appreciate is the page optimization analyzer.  I’ve never seen it broken down into this level of specificity.  It goes as far as to tell you which words to bold, which to italicize and how many times to use the keyword in your H-tags and in the body.  This makes it simple and easy to identify areas that need improvement.

Take a look at the screenshot below get a feel for what I’m talking about:

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As you can see this page that I thought was almost ready to go actually needs a great deal of work if I want it to rank well for my chosen keywords.

WebMeUp offers a wealth of other helpful features that I don’t have time to list here, but lucky for you, they are offering a free 15-day trial, and you can go and find out what this site can do for yourself.

I like the easy-to-navigate functionality and the helpful community discussions board.  If you’re serious about improving your blog this year, this is definitely a tool you’ll want to check out.  It really does make SEO simple.

 

About Kiesha Easley

This is my blog - where I love to encourage bloggers. My hope is that you'll leave this blog with more than you came with; you'll learn something new or will at least be engaged and entertained.
In addition to teaching others how to blog, I'm also a college instructor who teaches students how to write for mass media.
I've guest posted on Problogger, DIYThemes and many others. I'm also the author of Highly Favored, a blog devoted to Christian inspiration & encouragement. Please follow me on twitter @weblogbetter or on Facebook.

Comments

  1. This seems to some awesome tool. An yeah i agree with you using keywords which have better search impact should be used for better SEO …..

  2. There are so many SEO software packages out there, but this one seems pretty nice. Simple and user friendly.

  3. That looks like a comprehensive tool. May be what I am looking for. Thanks

  4. Hello kiesha,
    That’s a very nice tool if i must say, but i’d like to ask; will the tool go premium at any time soon?

    • Kiesha Easley says:

      Hi Babanature,
      This is already a premium tool, but you can get a free 15 day trial that can be extended if you earn points. It’s definitely worth trying out.

  5. Awesome!!!!!!!!!!! New tool for this New year Actually i use google analytics . I will try it

  6. SEO software google doesn’t allow him to use Sendux SEO but google penalize my website

  7. Hi Kiesha,

    Looks like a great tool heading on over to their site now the find out more

    Cheers,
    Mark

  8. thanks for this, this tool is just what I have been looking for as I’m try to increase my keywords to incorporate Surrey Kent and Sussex. Finding it very hard to rank for these

  9. Really very informative article regarding the SEO Techniques.

  10. I use “Search Metrics” & SEOmoz for my SEO works but this Webmeup tool seems to include all the features that both these tools have. That’ll really make the work simple and more productive. Thanks, I’ll try the free trial today.

    • Kiesha Easley says:

      Hi Radha,
      It is nice to have everything in one place. Let me know how the trial works out for you. Thanks for stopping by!

  11. Great tool. Maybe I’ll try it. Thanks

  12. I am interested to try this. But can I use this tool without removing my SEO tool already in place? Looks like it can do all the things other SEO tools have combined.

    • Kiesha Easley says:

      Hi Preston,
      You can continue to use your current SEO tool. WeMeUp analyzes your site externally from a website – it’s not internally connected to your site. It’s not a plug in or anything. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  13. wow this is a nice tool. First time hearing about webmeup and it looks interesting. Thank you.

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  16. tools is only helping us when content pitch is high means if you have great content then you can boosting your site automatically.

  17. hello kiesha, awesome post
    visited the site and started my free trial and i am loving it and there is an option for extending trial if you do certain activities like survey and liking their facebook page, google plus etc. thanks kiesha for sharing this post…i will start using it from this moment

    • Kiesha Easley says:

      Hi Prabhat,

      I’m glad you found this helpful! Please let me know how it works out for you. I’d be happy to share your results in a post. Have a great day!

  18. hey kiesha i am a newbie and i do not know much about SEO and all this stuff however i just signed up on the website. hope i learn something from this. but it will take time as i am newbie

  19. Very good post & helpful app. thanks for this, this tool is just what I have been looking for. Thanks for sharing.

  20. Hi Kiesha,

    I’m going to go to this site (Webmeup) now. I need all the help I can get. Thanks for sharing. Sally

  21. We tried SEOmoz recently and really enjoy it. Have you tried multiple SEO analysis software and have found to like this the best? What are your thoughts on how it ranks to others available?

  22. Thanks for the tool i am deploying its straight away as the last Google update effected my site

  23. Great review!
    A blogger can make use of it effectively by finding all the merits and demerits in the SEO of the site.

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  26. Sounds like something worth trying out! I’ve tried several SEO products, but most were trials or they were simply useless. This looks like it could be real helpful. Thanks.

  27. I totally get the OCD thing! Thanks for the info on this tool.

  28. Hey Kiesha,
    This sounds really good to try. There is no way forward without proper SEO tool (That’s for someone who wants to succeed).

    Thanks for the review

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  34. Serious question: the whole “use keyword 1″ x times, “keyword 2″ y times — does that still work in 2013?

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  36. Hi! Im a newbie tech blogger. Thank you for the share! Webmeup looks great! will surely try it! SEO is a burden for newbie bloggers, and i hope this will be a good solution! :)

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    THANKS FOR THIS POST

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  39. I try to do a little SEO work on my own, and like you I tend to go through the OCD and break spurts, but I have never used this site before. It looks fairly user friendly. Thank you for the suggestion. I’m eager to give it a try. Wish me luck!

  40. Hi Kiesha! Thank you for good topic! Of course, the use of keywords is important, but the most important thing in SEO in 2013 – is a unique and quality content.

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