When we visit a website and would like to find more information about who registered the website, in what domain, traffic rank of website, and other information, where do we go? There are hundreds of resources on the internet that disclose this information, however many are not as credible or reliable. We have compiled a list of websites and helpful resources for you to find everything you need to know about a website and it's domain.
Domain Stats Tool - http://www.webconfs.com/domain-stats.phpHow it Works
This tool helps you get all kind of statistics of your competitor's domains. The statistics include Alexa Taffic Rank, Age of the domains, Yahoo WebRank, Dmoz listings, count of backlinks and number of pages indexed in Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Msn etc. It will probably help you figure out why some of your competitors are ranking better than you.
Search Engine Index Report - http://www.selfseo.com/search_engines_index_report.php
This tool will generate a report showing how many pages of your website has been indexed by the search engines so far. It supports all major search engines: Google, Yahoo, MSN, Alltheweb, Hotbot and AltaVista.
IP Analysis Tool - http://www.selfseo.com/find_ip_address_of_a_website.php
This tool will find out the IP address of a website as well as website's country (hosting location). This might be useful if you want to see where the server of your hosting provider is located. Some search engine results can be filtered by the geographical location of websites, so you might find out why your website is doing so well on some local searches.
Code To Text Tool - http://www.seochat.com/seo-tools/code-to-text-ratio/
The code to text ratio of a page is used by search engines and spiders to calculate the relevancy of a web page. A higher code to text ratio gives you a better chance of getting a good page ranking for your page.
Not all search engines are using the code to text ratio in their index algorithm, but most of them do. So having a higher code to text ratio than your competitors gives you a good start for on-site optimization.
A tool to check at-a-glance the link popularity of any site based on its ranking (Google PageRank, Alexa Rank, Technorati etc.), social bookmarks (del.icio.us, etc), subscribers (Bloglines, etc) and more!
Page size extractor - http://www.prioritysubmit.com/seotools-page-size-extractor.html
Page Size Extractor is a tool for checking the overall size of a webpage, including content and images. Want to check exactly how large your site is? And what is contained within it?
Hosting Info - http://www.webtoolhub.com/tn561355-who-is-hosting-this.aspx
Find out who is the website hosting provider of a particular domain. Web hosts are companies that provide server space, Internet connections, web services and file maintenance for web sites controlled by individuals or companies that do not have their own web servers.
META Tags Extractor: http://www.webtoolhub.com/tn561365-meta-tags-extractor.aspx
Meta Tags are used in HTML page headers, and contain information about keywords and descriptions of the web page. Other than the title tag, information in the head area of your web pages is not seen by those viewing your pages in browsers. These are used to provide search engines with the information they require, enabling your site to be catalogued, and help users to find it easily who are searching related websites. Below are some common meta tags.
Title : Title is not a real meta tag but it is worth considering it here in relation to them. Meta Description, Meta Keywords, Meta Robots, Meta Everything Else
GoogleBot Last Access Date - http://www.webtoolhub.com/tn561397-googlebot-last-access.aspx
If you have a website or a blog, then you might be interested in finding out when the Googlebot last accessed your site. Googlebot is one of Google's spiders that regularly visits most of the sites to check for updates. This tool can help you in finding out when a specific page of your site was last crawled by Google bot.
Site visits: http://siteanalytics.compete.com/
Google Rank Checker: http://www.searchenginegenie.com/google-rank-checker.html
The Google Position Checker tool that we have developed will automatically query Google's search engines. It checks if your URL appears in the first 100 results for your chosen keywords. If the URL is present, it will output what position it occupies.