Stop Wasting Money On Loads Of SEO Tools: Serped.net Reviewed
Few people in SEO probably spend as much money on trying out different SEO software tools as I do or have done over the years.
To be blunt, I don’t even want to think about the amount of money I’ve spent on SEO tools testing – my wife may not talk to me for a week if she found out too!
But when you have an online business that has a strong SEO focus, te sting, then integrating good software tools is pretty much essential.
For example, before I developed Bluechip Backlinks, I used Register Compass a lot for finding high quality (expensive) expired domains.
And among the other tools that I use on a daily basis are various backlink analysis tools like Majestic, rank checkers, duplicate content checkers, team collaboration platforms etc etc
Obviously that adds up to a hefty sum each month but much more than that, it’s the INefficiency of managing so many tools on different sites or my desktop.
If only there was ONE central platform that allowed me to EFFICIENTLY manage all of the aspects of a modern SEO business?
Well finally there is with Serped.net:
There is a depressing amount of shite constantly launched in IM/SEO and a well thought out and executed platform like serped.net is a refreshing change.
So exactly what external tools and services are integrated into Serped.net (subject to credit limits usage inside Serped.net so make sure that you CHECK if their limits suit your normal work patterns before committing to it):
In fact, the abilities and functions of Serped.net are so broad that a single blog post like this can’t cover it all – though it is very simple and intuitive to use with good help videos in each area to guide you when learning how to use it e.g. compra de baterias usadas
And in terms of value (these are just SOME of the services included inside Serped.net):
It’s probably easier if Colin himself explains the depth of power with Serped.net in his own words in this video:
and you can see Matt Woodward’s experience with Serped.net here too:
For more info on Serped.net (which I DO recommend), go here.
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