Traffic Travis is a useful tool recently introduced to the market. So, what’s an SEO authority without his/her tools? This tool surely makes my marketing efforts a lot easier. It’s one of the best SEO software to create multiple SEO and PPC research projects for several websites at a time across multiple search engines. Here I’m revealing some of its key features.
So who is Travis?
I came cross Travis when I was reading an article about SEO tools. It’s shabbier and less complex option to the renowned “Market Samurai” an SEO tool.
This tool gives you the capability to accumulate information on all sorts of SEO data about a particular blog/site. The information could be gained at no cost from different tools but those tools don’t have the incorporated functionalities that Traffic Travis offers. So, why waste more time experiencing a mixture of tools that are free when all the information you require in accessible one place?
An Easy to Use Interface
It’s simple to use interface makes it a best choice for beginner SEO’s. It requires less time to load and does what you need very fast. It’s a combination of 5 major tools, namely: SEO Analysis, SEO Tools, Keyword Tools, Page Analysis and PPC Analysis.
This tool is very helpful to inspect macro perspective of your competitors in connection to your desired keyword phrase.
Search Engine Tools
This is the hub of all Traffic Travis tools and also my favorite. It includes, Backlinks to site, Ranking sub-tool, Project Report sub-tools and sites for seywords.
Backlinks to Site sub-tool provide a useful information regarding list of backlinks leading to your website.
The Ranking sub-tool is basically for systematically checking your ranking data in Google, Yahoo and Bing. This sub-tool records the dates when you update the rankings as you run the tool and also determines which webpage ranks for a particular keyword.
Project Report Sub-tool handles reports of your rankings in the preferred search engines. It shows you in a sheet or in a graph format any fluctuations in rankings.
Top Sites for Keywords sub-tool is for finding the rankings of specific domains or URLs compared to your competitors based on your chosen keywords for the top twenty rankings.
There’s no doubt that keywords are the cornerstone of any SEO campaigns. This is the perfect sub-tool to begin with. It has two sub functions, Keyword Sorter and Keyword Finder.
The Keyword Sorter is awfully helpful to sort out the keywords that you want in terms of search traffic.
Keyword Finder deals with the possible keywords that you would like to apply. It will give you related keyword suggestions regarding the keyword you entered. It will show the search volume of the keyword as per Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Importing the sitemap is one of the most popular ways to use this tool and you can also put in 1 page URL to run this page analysis tool. It complies information about all of the webpages of a website’s sitemap in relation to it’s score and keywords.
This tool is really useful if you’re into PPC. It helps in getting Google Adsense data as per keyword.
So you’re pretty convinced out there and want to know – How much this tool cost? So the big news is that, this tool is absolutely FREE to use. There are some limitations to force you buy its professional version. However, the free version still gives you a good idea of the tool and allows you to study a blog/site and to analyze a campaign or page.