SEO TOOLS //
- Fetch & Render As Any Bot
- Schema Markup Generator
- Mobile-Friendly Bulk Tester
- Mobile-First Index Prep Tool
- AMP Validator
- robots.txt Testing Tool
- hreflang Tags Testing Tool
- Locale-Adaptive Testing Tool
- XML Sitemap Generator
- Submit an XML Sitemap
- Pagination Testing Tool
- Get a Cached Page
- Local Search Tool
- HTML Snapshot Tool
- Google SERP Simulator
- Online Resources
Fetch & Render Tool
SEO tool to fetch and render a webpage as any bot. Get the source code, an HTML snapshot, a screenshot and check if resources are blocked from crawling.
A Schema.org structured data generator that supports the creation of JSON-LD & (some) Microdata markups. Including all of the required item properties and more.
Mobile-First Index Tool
Is your mobile site ready for Google's mobile-first index? This tool compares your mobile and desktop pages and reports on discrepencies between SEO signals, content and structured data markups.
Use this tool to check if one or more URLs are valid Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) or not. This testing tool is using the official AMP project validator included in the AMP JS library.
robots.txt Testing Tool
hreflang Tags Tester
hreflang annotations can be hard to implement properly. This tool allows you to quickly check if hreflang tags on a page are correct.
Google can now crawl and index locale-adaptive pages. This tool allows you to check the content of a URL for up to 13 languages.
XML Sitemap Generator
Quickly and easily generate an XML Sitemap with alternate (media and/or hreflang) tags from an Excel (.csv) document.
Submit an XML Sitemap
"Ping" search engines (Google and Bing) for updated XML Sitemaps using a simple HTTP request.
However, it's a good idea to use Webmaster Tools to submit your sitemap for the first time, and then use ping to update it.
rel="next" and rel="prev" tags are <link> elements used to indicate search engines that multiple URLs are part of a paginated series. This tool allows you to quickly check if these tags are correctly implemented on a paginated series.
Get a Cached Page
A cached page is a version of a web page saved at a specific time by a web crawler (mainly search engines). Looking at the cached version of a page from Google is useful to get an idea of when the crawler last accessed the page.
HTML Snapshot Tool
This tool checks if HTML snapshots are directly served to specific User-Agents without them requesting the snapshots via escaped_fragment URLs.
Google SERP Simulator
This tool provides a Google snippet preview to check how title tags and meta descriptions are displayed in search results. Google reserves the right to change them but well optimized meta elements are more likely to show up in the SERPs.
Don't know where to start? Well, you're in the right place but here is a list of additional blogs, forums and online tools to help you learn technical SEO and make your website technically SEO friendly.