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There are 1000's of tools available that claim to help you with every aspect of SEO.

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Latest SEO news and guides

DeepCrawl rebrands as Lumar

DeepCrawl rebrands as Lumar and transitions into ‘website intelligence’ platform

By Luke Glassford | September 30, 2022

DeepCrawl, the popular crawling and technical SEO tool, has rebranded as Lumar. As well as the new name and brand design, DeepCrawl has transitioned from an industry leading technical SEO tool to a multi-featured ‘website intelligence platform’ – The updated brand identity comes with an expanded vision for the future of Lumar’s website intelligence […]

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Bluehost launches new WooCommerce solution to make it easier to build ecommerce websites on WordPress

By Luke Glassford | September 14, 2022

Bluehost – the popular WordPress hosting provider – has unveiled a set of new ecommerce solutions to help simplify the process of launching an online store. The new Bluehost Online Store combines the functionality of WordPress, WooCommerce and YITH plugins to give small businesses a simple ‘point and click’ solution to building functional ecommerce websites. […]

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Keywords Everywhere browser add-on to become a paid tool in October

By Luke Glassford | September 25, 2019

The popular keyword research browser extension has announced it will become a paid tool from 1 October 2019, after being free to use for the past four years. Keywords Everywhere – the Chrome and Firefox extension that automatically surfaces keyword data on browsers – has announced that they will move from a free to a […]