On-Page Tool

See what it takes to make it onto Google’s front page with this on-page tool.

Type the keyword you are targeting and your website into the search bar to get started!

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How It Works

When it comes to on-page SEO, it is a good idea to work based off of data. Our SEO checker will backwards engineer the websites that are ranking on Google for a particular keyword and compare them with your webpage. It will then provide suggestions on what you can do to make your web page more similar to the web pages that are ranking on the first page. In many cases this will boost your rankings on Google.

What Are Some Useful Applications for This SEO Website Checker?

Our on-page SEO tool can be used for pretty much any SEO purposes. Some of the best uses for it are for blogging and content marketing purposes.

I’m Stuck on the Second Page of Google, Can This Help Me?

Yes! Sometimes SEOs spend too much time on risky link building tactics when they don’t even have their on-page down yet. Simply taking the time to get your on-page right is typically way more beneficial and less of an uphill battle. Our SEO audit tool is great for getting your site that final push it needs to get to the first page.

How Is This Different Than Yoast or Similar Tools That Give On-Page Suggestions?

The Yoast SEO plugin is helpful, but it does not provide on-page SEO suggestions based on backwards engineered search results for specific keyword. Instead, it provides suggestions based off of one size fits all SEO best practices.

My On-Page SEO Is Optimized Based off of Your Tools Suggestions. Why Am I Not Ranking?

Back in the day, ranking for most keywords was as simple as keyword stuffing a page. Google soon realized that keywords alone didn’t yield the highest quality search results, so now they use over 200+ ranking factors in their algorithm to rank websites. While many of these factors are related to on-page SEO, this SEO website checker does not measure off-page factors, like backlinks, that also play a part in SEO.

How Do I Choose a Keyword in the First Place?

There are many factors that go into determining if a keyword is low competition, can provide good traffic, and if it will be profitable once you rank it. One easy method to find these keywords is to do competitive analysis. We recommend plugging one of your competitors, who has a similar domain authority ranking to yours, into Google and seeing which keywords they rank for. You can then filter the keywords found by using their keyword difficulty measure and estimate how profitable a keyword will be for you to rank based off of their search volume and CPC metrics. Once you find some keywords that have a low keyword difficulty score and are ranked by your competition, you can use our on-page tool to check the average word count you will need to rank these keyword on the first page.