Free SEO toolkit! Free tutorial on SEO! Free analysis tool!

Free SEO toolkit! Free tutorial on SEO! Free analysis tool!

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Visual Studio is offering a free SEO toolkit!  Go immediately to the link:

http://www.microsoft.com/web/seo

Free tutorials, free analysis tool!  You could pay 30 or 40 dollars for this opportunity, but noooo!  It’s free, as in NO CHARGE!

I haven’t used this to drive my numbers up immensely!  No, not yet, but I will!

But I have looked at this tool and can’t wait to use it.

So get it today!

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  • No need to find out the hard way that it takes no seo team and no investments to have a site analysis on a daily basis or whenever needed, but just use http://domof.com and you'll be good to go as all one can tell you about your site is already in these reports. The fun part is that you can peep on your online competitors by opening their reports also ;-) so you can have an idea of who's outrunning who.

  • domof.com is ok if you own your site, but as far as I can tell it is simply one of the google pieces of technology that generally is not for people who don't normally use google pieces of technology.

    Thanks anyway InstintlS and I hope this helps someone out there.

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