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 Free initial analysis which does analysis of social media influence of your website.


1) RankThis feature of our application is for all the users. All the users who are interested in knowing their website status can use this tab. On entering the url in the space above you can see a detailed assessment of your site.There are mainly there areas in which your website is assessed.


-Site infoHere we perform the initial analysis of your site that will help you to know where you can improve your website in. We provide information about the title, keywords, description of your site. We also keep a count of the H1 tags and, images, jscript and Css of your site. Apart from this we tell you whether your site is validated by W3C for HTML and CSS or not. We provide an indication of area where you need to improve your website by showing a red cross besides. You are doing fine in the areas which have a green mark besides it.


-Site statusSite status intimates you about the rank of your website in alexa and Google. It also shows the number of inbound links that is the number of sites that are connected to you and about your page index on Google.Through this you can get an idea whether you are doing fine or need to push in your seo campaign.


-Site influenceWe provide an indication of the influence your site has on social media. We provide accurate information about the number of times your site has been mentioned in the top social media resources. This includes the statistics of your influence on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Stumble, digg and…

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