Overwhelming list of tools, but GREAT! Thanks for the sort options. I’m not doing much more with Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools than looking at traffic numbers. Your tips on how to use them were spot on. Would love an epic post on using both of those tools. I keep searching for how to use Google Analytics and have yet to find anything useful… except your few tips.
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Already a few months back, but Moz launched a local product to compete in the fast-growing SMB market. In a previous post, we’ve suspected to see Moz move in the SEO enterprise market, but this didn’t seem to really happen. Their tools a great, but a lot of folks don’t think that they are exceptional, meaning other tools couldn’t provide a certain task or data in a similar way. Moz local looks solid and will compete with Yext, Placable and a bunch of other local submission services, which we’ll cover soon.