Last week we launched a free SEO on-page optimization tool called Juxseo. (Pronounced Jux-ee-oh, as in Juxtaposition and SEO.) In short, the incredibly simple tool allows you to run a report on a specific URL to determine how optimized that page is for a specific keyword. You can also search the Juxseo reports database by URL, domain, or keyword to see all historical reports.
We initially wanted to build Juxseo for internal use with our clients, but after cranking out the core features pretty quick we decided to take it a step further and release it into the wild. Releasing it as a public tool made us realize that we should use a slightly different approach. We decided to stay away from the typical bland interfaces and data overloaded tables that most reporting tools are famous for. We wanted to make Juxseo attractive, simple, and straight to the point.
The result is a tool that is great for everyone that knows nothing about SEO. Any executive or marketing professional can use Juxseo to get some insight into their on-page SEO performance. If the report fails they have a list of reasons why with simple explanations and actions to correct them. At the same time, we run Juxseo on our iPads in front of clients in initial meetings. It helps us explain to them some of the things we are talking about without getting too nerdy on them.Apr.2.12 - View Comments