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So recent developments have seemed to change the game for SEO’s. Many of the variables listed in the latest patent paper released by Google have been theorized about by SEO’s for sometime, but it is definitely interesting to seem them come to light. This weeks list is based on doing some analysis for these newly established variables. Thanks to rand for giving a great run down to base some of the tool list on. He’s also released a very nice sandbox detection tool.
The traditional toolset of SEO’s is quickly becoming obsolete with the large data sets that are essential for important analysis. Methinks clever SEO’s are going to start hoarding large amounts of info similar to the way G does to be effective in the future. It’s going to be less and less useful using tools that only give “one-time” data without any type of trending information over time (since these seem to be among the most important “new” variables.) Better treat those programmers nice.
A few tools to aid with some of the new variables.
Document Inception Date
-Wayback Extension for FireFox
-Age of Website Tool
Tracking Website Changes
-Tip for finding last modified date – would probably make a nice “bookmarklet” if I knew anything about programming
-URLy warning tool *note only briefly tested by Mr. Ploppy
Identifying Duplicate content
-Digital Point Rank Checker – Featuring some very nice recent upgrades
-Add to Favorites Script – to throw on all your websites now.
-C Class Backlink Analyzer – in case you missed it last week.