Website Checker Tools

After going through on or off page optimization you require patience because it takes time for crawlers to reach your website, indexation though doesn’t take much time if the crawlers don’t skip your site. Approximately hundred and forty thousand sites are developed daily, and not all are crawled and indexed. Your website needs traffic/visitors, and to get them, you need quality content and a right amount of optimization. When your site doesn’t have what a successful website takes then it won’t be indexed.

Once you have put a lot of effort into your SEO (Search Engine Optimization), you definitely demand outstanding results. Not being able to reach satisfactory results can get quite frustrating. That’s when Website Checker Tools help you not only in learning about your mistakes but acknowledging end results as well.

1. Google Cache Checker

The browsers we use, keep a part of the websites we visit as a mere image of it. So, whenever we revisit the sites, the browser doesn’t have to download the whole page again and then display it. Similar is Google Cache; whenever you visit a website indexed by Google, it opens up a little faster. This tool can become nifty in cases you want to learn whether your site cached on Google or not.

2. Whois Checker

Searching for the owner of sites is made much easy. If you are looking for a domain and if someone already owns it what will you do? There is a ninety percent chance you will try to find an available domain that matches the content of your site, or in the other ten percent, you might try to find a way to contact the owner of a domain name and ask if he/she is willing to sell it. Most people buy domains over the internet to sell at a better cost.

3. MozRank Checker

Do you know the links you are using on your websites affect the rank of your page? To check how these links are affecting, MozRank is the best way, though it doesn’t help in ranking your page. It reviews the links present in your content and informs how they are affecting your site on a scale of 1 to 10.

4. Page Authority Checker

If you are worried that why your website is not doing well in the SERPs (Search Engine Page Results), then you don’t need to. There are various ways to check what your website lacks and what steps you should follow to get it a good rank. So, the higher the page authority, the better the chance of your site to rank in the eyes of the search engine.

5. Google Index Checker

Not all websites are adequately indexed and sometimes not all pages of a site which is why we use the link building technique. What developers do is they make links to the pages and add them in different parts of the website. For instance, a small description followed by “if you want to read more, click here” which is a link to another page of the same website allows visitors to surf more part of it. So, whenever Google crawls your site, make sure it doesn’t miss any of your pages and keep an eye on what is indexed with this utilitarian. Google Index Checker will help you with that.

6. Alexa Rank Checker

No matter what type of website you own, you will always find a competitor. It depends on your search engine optimization and the content your site carries, if it is distinctive, then there is no way anyone can stop your site from progressing in the chart of ranks.

7. Redirect Checker

There are a number of redirections that are used by developers, and sometimes they use permanent redirections instead of temporary ones, which they forget to change later sometimes. To avoid such awful situations, it is best to use a Redirect Checker.

8. Similar Page Checker

You are well aware of what plagiarism is, even if you aren’t, our website holds detailed information on this section. New users sometimes copy the code, style, content of the site and paste it on theirs and don’t know what they are getting themselves in to. More often developers copy the style of the websites sometimes and sell it to you. So, keep your eyes open before you buy anything over the internet.

9. Cloaking Checker

Cloaking is one of the black hat SEO techniques, and you definitely don’t want to add it to your website. Temporarily your website might get a boost in the ranks but what about later? When Google finds out about this, your site will be shut down permanently.

10. Google Malware Checker

People today have various antiviruses installed, and most of the viruses are downloaded with files from the internet. What if there was a way to check for viruses before visiting or downloading from a website? Sometimes browsers notify you if there are any threats on a specific web page. However, what if the browsers don’t, and accidentally you visit the corrupted page?

11. Find Facebook ID

“A mask of gold hides all deformities.”

The Facebook differs profiles by assigning each one a different ID number. It is not available now because every user is using a unique username but whenever you visit old profiles, view images, videos, posts you might find it in the URL if you know how to locate it. If there weren’t any IDs people would never be able to use applications associated with Facebook, because they would not know where to send the details.

12. Check GZIP Compression

You can not only save an observable amount of bandwidth but can make the load time of your website quite faster but how? Simple, with the help of GZIP Compression! It is mainly present on your servers where you host your sites on, all you have to do is enable it. So, is your’s allowed? Assure yourself by using this tool.

13. SSL Checker

Ensuring customers or visitors that their connection is secure, is the biggest deal of all. To provide a secure connection to visitors, these SSL certificates establish an encrypted connection and display a lock icon or a green bar in the browsers. This will help your visitors know that it is safe to visit your site.