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QuarkBase Provides One-Page SEO Analysis

You may want to argue that one-page all-in-one SEO analysis tools giving a quick one-page analysis are useful at all (and I may agree to some extent) but the one I want to share today is really cool to my mind.

I have actually mentioned this one previously but thought it was well worth a separate review as I found it quite useful.

This tool is QuarkBase. Why I like it (you are welcome to argue my opinion in the comments) is that it provides very useful data in a short, well-compiled way without extra clutter or noise.

It first starts with a screenshot and a short summary:

  • Site traffic change (per Alexa);
  • Domain owner;
  • Domain Digg and Delicious mentions (numbers);
  • Relevant tags.

quarkbase QuarkBase Provides One Page SEO Analysis

Then it will go into useful details:

  • Domain popularity on social media;
  • Page meta tags;
  • Site most popular pages (based on social media popularity of each) – I really like this feature by the way;
  • Traffic details according to Alexa;
  • Associated peole;
  • Recent blog and Twitter mentions;
  • Hosting details.

The site also offers a browser bookmarkelt for quicker access.

I wish they also provided some comparison tools also but in any case, this tool is a well worth a check, I guess.

This tool was reviewed under SEJ tool review policy.

 QuarkBase Provides One Page SEO Analysis
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project, MyBlogGuest.com.
 QuarkBase Provides One Page SEO Analysis

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11 thoughts on “QuarkBase Provides One-Page SEO Analysis

  1. Hi Ann, Its good to know you like & use Quarkbase. Thanks for writing about us. We have comparison tool added to our todo list but currently we are in the process for a new GUI and some major enhancements.

    Please let us know of suggestions if any.

  2. Have you tried Hubspot’s free Website Grader? I know Michael Gray gave it quite a bashing, but I have found it useful tool to help with a site audit.

    The developer responded to Gray’s post that Website Grader (www.WebsiteGrader.com) is not meant to replace a comprehensive analysis of a website by an actual human, but rather it is a tool to supplement an audit. That’s how I used it and and I find it helps to streamline the process a bit. It, too, notes how many diggs and delicious mentions a site has. I’m anxious to try out Quarkbase, too. IMO, it helps to use manay tools to cross reference and then dig deeper with your own analysis skills. Thanks for the post.

  3. @Nina, I did mention Webgrader in the post I linked to in the first paragraph. I too found it not bad. All of those tools are not meant for in-depth SEO analysis and as long as you understand that, they may be quite useful.