In my spare time I’ve been thinking about new ideas for the SEO Toolkit, and it occurred to me that rather than continuing trying to figure out more reports and better diagnostics against some random fake sites, that it could be interesting to ask openly for anyone that is wanting a free SEO analysis report of your site and test drive some of it against real sites.
- So what is in it for you, I will analyze your site to look for common SEO errors, I will create a digest of actions to do and other things (like generating a diagram of your site, layer information, etc), and will deliver it to you in a form of an email. If you agree I will post some of the results (hiding identification information like site, url, etc, so that it is made anonymously if needed).
- and what is in it for me, well I will crawl your Web Site (once or twice at most, with a limit set to a few hundred pages) using the SEO Toolkit to test drive some ideas and reporting stuff that I’m starting to build and to continue investigating common patterns and errors.
So if you want in, just post me your URL in the comments of this blog (make sure you are reading this blog from a URL inside http://blogs.msdn.com/carlosag/ , otherwise you might be posting comments in some syndicating site.), I will only allow the first few sites (if successful I will start another batch in the future) and I will be doing one by one in the following days. Make sure to include a way to contact you whether using the MSDN user infrastructure or include an email so that I can contact you with the results.
Alternatively I will take also URLs using Twitter at http://twitter.com/CarlosAguilarM so hurry up and let me know if you want me to look at your site.