SEOQuake Celebrates Third Birthday
Today sees the third birthday of the popular search engine optimisation browser tool, SEOQuake, first launched and approved as a legitimate add-on to Mozilla Firefox in 2006.
SEOQuake is a fairly effective browser extension first developed for Mozilla’s Firefox browser, but now available for Internet Explorer as well.
Essentially, it’s intended as a search engine optimisation tool for webmasters, which allows the user to obtain important SEO parameters that help them to analyse websites in terms of their optimisation and rank.
Although similar tools have been created by other groups, SEOQuake does boast quite a wide variety of parameters available for analysis, and supports the creation of custom parameters as well.
The program adds a toolbar to your internet browser, which provides you with the ability to examine various aspects of a webpage, from it’s Page Rank, to the number of links it carries. SEOQuake automatically queries websites and search engines to return the parameters you request.
Parameters cover various types of information, including Google PR, Google Index, Google link, and similar parameters for many other search engines.
SeoQuake submits a query to search engine every time you try to obtain a value for a new parameter. As a result, overuse of too many parameters may lead to the ban of user’s IP address by the search engine being queried.
If you’d like to learn more about the SEOQuake parameters, click on the link.