Check Me Baby One More Time *Ooh*

I’ve got that warm and fuzzy feeling that usually only my husband evokes.  Something has me all hot and bothered.  I’ve been playing with myself at – and of course by “myself” I mean my websites.  God you people have dirty minds!  My husband is a programmer and he makes fantastically innovative bits of code.  For goodness sake people!  Minds in gutters….

What a fantastic tool!  Why did someone not come up with this sooner – Aaron, you are a god (possibly a Nordic one)!  I can now solve a gazillion phone calls from friends who just need a little bit of advice by pointing them at this tool.

Please everyone with “how to” sites out there – please add a link to this tool with your explanations about tags, duplicate content and the like.  I believe that it might even help the new folk out there who want to hire an SEO firm check their own site so they know what is going on before they walk in to that meeting.  Heck, it’s a great little quick and dirty check on any site!

This fantastic tool drills 1000 pages deep on your website checking for missing title tags, missing descriptions, duplicate tags, duplicate descriptions,  www vs non-www issues that we all know and love, it check the index and home page just in case and checks that the proper error codes are being returned.

I fed it several URLs I have *too many*cough* and it flagged some issues I haven’t been bothered to fix errrrr…. have been so busy I haven’t yet had the chance to fix.  It even flagged up some duplicate title issues I didn’t know about.  It tells you exactly what the description or title that is duplicated is and which pages it appears on.

Fantastic!  Go there, have a play, enjoy yourself, have some fun, mock your competitors and boogie – there needs to be more boogie in our lives.

Always remember the call of the cowboy - “Meta tags?  We don’t need no stinkin’ meta tags!”

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4 Responses to “Check Me Baby One More Time *Ooh*”

  1. Julie Joyce says:

    I agree…this is an amazing tool. No surprise there really. If Aaron Wall or Jim Boykin is involved, you’re always getting seriously high-end stuff. Stuff is obviously a technical term. Maybe you’re all not aware of that. Pity.

  2. g1smd says:

    I usually use:

    - Xenu LinkSleuth

    - various Google [ - inurl:www] and [] searches, and

    - Yahoo SiteExplorer

    to work out what is going on, but I’ll give that other site a try as well. :-)

  3. yeah thats pretty cool, but I prefer SEOmoz crawl test tool for site health checks. I use it at least once a week. And it gives you a summary as well at top…sweet!

    Check it out!

  4. Hey!

    Some fantastic buzz about tools going on here.

    It’s really valuable to have a bunch of respected folk on here giving their suggestions for tools to use as others not quite so savvy can come here and get ideas.

    Perhaps we need a few more tools posts ;)

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