SEO Toolbar – Discontinued


This time saving toolbar is made up of several different sections, and will dynamically update as new content gets added or removed. Whether you’re learning SEO, or you already perform the most advanced internet marketing techniques, there’s something for everyone.
Download it here.


The first section, “Learn SEO”, is comprised primarily of beginner articles from my original SEO 101 section, and covers nearly anything that the beginning to intermediate search marketer needs to know.

It’s comprised entirely of content i’ve written myself over the year, and I’ve added a few advanced articles, that deal mostly with linking strategies and education.


The next section gives you immediate access to all of our SEO Automatic original tools, which when developed, did not exist anywhere else.

There are links to the original plug-ins we’ve developed for WordPress, and all are free, with the exception of any agency brandable, or “white label” versions.


The next section, are my personal links and recommendations for services and tools covering every facet of Internet marketing. Some are free tools and services, such as direct links to the most important Google services I use, and others include productivity, content development, and link building options.


Finally, I’ve added my own personal Twitter feed and blog RSS, so you’ll know when an item has changed on the toolbar, and if it’s a service you should know something about, I’ll typically write an explanation as to why something has been added, or possibly more important, why something has been removed!


Rest assured that everything on this menu is under regular use by not only me, but employees of Search Commander, Inc. If a service or product becomes no longer recommended, it will be dynamically removed from this menu without you having to do anything. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with something on the toolbar, please inform us immediately so we can take appropriate steps to help resolve the issue.


We do use and endorse every single service on the toolbar, but that does *not* mean that every service is “right” for every website. If you look at some of the link building methods, you’ll see that I do recommend using some of them in great moderation, and common sense and good judgement must be applied on a case by case basis.

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