These are six of the tools for member use at SEO Automatic, and they're now available for use on your own site too.
This plug-in combines several unique SEO tools developed for Search Commander, Inc. and enables their use from inside WordPress. Paste the corresponding short code in place on the page or post where you wish to offer the tool.
Tools included are:
Allow your users to instantly run URL reviews for five common search ranking factors. Title Tag, Description Tag, Keyword Tag, H1 Tag and ALT Tag. Show whether they exist or not, and provide your own input and feedback, edited in the WordPress admin.
Allow your site visitors to easily and instantly create a combination of keyword lists to "cover all their bases" for all the different variations of cities, states, categories etc. when setting up a PPC campaign, including google match types.
There is an additional option (not to be used with Adwords) that will keep any spaces or other characters you may add, such as the pipe | or spaces. When checked, the tool will not add its own spaces. This option makes this tool suitable for nearly any other need, such as insterting options into content spinning software.
Allow your site visitors to check the server response of just one or a large batch of URL's to see which ones might be redirected or which ones might come up 404 not found, and then make that list available for download. The longer the list of URL's, the longer the tool will take to run.
Allow your site visitors to put a list of URLs on one side, then a list of varied anchor text on the other side, press a button, and get a complete list of every possible variation of text link and landing page. This list can then be given to bloggers, authors, programmers, etc. to use throughout your content.
Allow your site visitors to format any valid RSS feed to display as they wish. They may then use the generated code on any website they like.
Easily generate structured data in a way Google understands, and add it to a website without affecting how it looks. This tool uses the JSON-LD type of structured data, which Google officially endorsed as a markup format in January, of 2015.