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    Want competitor analysis tool

    I want free competitor analysis tool
    Any body have please share.

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    Free competitor analysis tool in terms of what? 1. traffic? 2. revenue? 3. target audience? 4. search engine rankings? ~~ 100. inbound links?

    I am my own best analysis tool!
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    One of my first tasks as a .NET developer was to create a competitive keyword analysis tool that would allow a user to chuck in any keywords they see as relevant (was intended to use Analytics as a source) and for a specially built algorithm (nothing special, similar to what's in the sticky thread on this forum) to go through these lists and create a list of potential keywords to target.

    If I could build one for commercial use with no prior C# experience I'm sure that you can follow the competitive keyword analysis sticky thread at the top of this forum and build a viable one yourself.

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    Go For Web CEO its best for Search Engine Optimization and all the requirements of SEO.

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    I would advise you to try 'Keyword Country'... It will give you details about your competitors backlinks, keywords, average SERP rankings and their PPc campaign.

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    Web analytics tool : That allow you to look up useful information about the sites.It include the website description,doamin ranking,syndication,social bookmark,indexpage,validation and more.

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    I have not contacted with free, no one can guarantee the reliability of results and you can't require response from nobody.

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    traffic travis has a 60 day free trial that gives you a complete layout of your competitor.

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    I did't seen good free competitor tool. You have to check manually. Find right business keywords and right unique competitors.

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    Re:

    If you are using firefox browser, try to install seoquake plugin. It will tell you SEO statistic of any webpages opened, and also when you search on search engines. Last time I read it's release a version for chrome browser also.

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    Seo quake is the best of all i personally recommend

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndusWebiTech View Post
    Seo quake is the best of all i personally recommend
    What do you mean? How can I check competitors with Seoquake?

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    Hello merry,

    The best competitor research 'tool' is a person who knows how to analyze the data properly. Having data for data's sake is a waste of time.

    If you want to learn how to analyze data about your competitors better visit Avinash Kaushik's blog http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/, buy his two web analytics books and invest the time in becoming a better data analyst.

    Having said that, here are some tools that I like to use that are either free or have free versions.

    General Tools:

    http://www.hitwise.com/ca/
    http://www.compete.com/us/
    http://www.alexa.com/
    http://technorati.com/

    These tools give general information about your competitors.

    Finding Competitor Links:

    http://www.opensiteexplorer.org/
    https://www.majesticseo.com/reports
    http://www.linkdetective.com/

    With these tools you can find out how is linking to competitors, how their link profile is setup (do they have lots of spammy links?) etc.

    Social Media

    http://topsy.com/
    http://www.socialmention.com/

    With these tools you search for competitor names, their product names and general industry terms to see how they are viewed by people.

    Other:

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/

    With a survey tool run a survey and ask people how they see you versus their competitors. You would need to learn how to create a proper survey.

    The success a company will get with these tools is determined by the people using them, so you should invest most of your time in learning what to research and why.

    Regards,
    Greg

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    Thank you for your input everyone, but as the OP has not returned to the thread in six months, I doubt there's much point in offering further advice.

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