Aaron Wall's SEO Toolbar Gets Major Buzz From Community

Jan 20, 2009 • 9:02 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Optimization Tools
 

I am not a heavy user of SEO tools or toolbars, but Aaron Wall's latest tool, he named The SEO Toolbar has received a ton of feedback and buzz from the SEM industry. The day it was released, which was some time last week, about a dozen or so SEO blogs wrote about it. Most people praised this toolbar as the only tool SEOs need.

This toolbar is jam packed with features including link data, directory information, competitive data, rank checking, keyword research, RSS reader, comparison tool and much much more. To see all the features, go to The SEO Toolbar.

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Comments:

Vygantas

01/20/2009 02:41 pm

Nor do I. All those stats are useless anyway if you are good at SEO.

Nick

01/20/2009 03:18 pm

You know, I'm going to agree with Vygantas. Although I think the tool does give some useful data, if you know your SEO, a majority of the info doesn't mean jack to you.

Michael Martinez

01/21/2009 04:08 am

All those stats are worthless if you are BAD at SEO. It's just another waste of time.

Vygantas

01/21/2009 02:50 pm

Michael Martinez, How something like unique visits per month, site value, etc affects your SEO? Same with twitter links, etc There are some great data there, like links, but you can extract that from se's within few secons instead of installing yet another app to flood your toolbar. Also, how often you check that? Like few times only, when starting to do seo for your new/client site to check who's in top. It's like having vistas cpu load gadhet in the right side... Good for 1 time but not for daily usage.

Michael Martinez

01/21/2009 07:17 pm

Vygantas, it's no different from all the other nonsense SEO toolbars that have been published through the years. Link counts don't tell you anything useful for search engine optimization.

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