Enter in a domain name and search phrase and you get the top 10 search results in Google, plus: Pages indexed in Google and Yahoo, Yahoo‚Äôs Backlink numbers, Allinanchor rankings, the age of the domain, and the # of occurance of the phrase on the page. Yes Jim, I like!
I do wish it allowed for a sub domain search though. Right now it’s limited to urls that start with “www”. More than 10 SERPs would be nifty too, but I can understand the load that could cause.
This is a very useful tool for initial competitive site analysis and worth a bookmark. Also, check out Jim’s blog – a rare glimpse into a linking and SEO master.
Tags: search marketing, seo tools, search engine optimization