I finally got to see what our iPhone app looks like on an iPad, and it looks great, but there’s nothing you can “do” with it. As Michael Gray pointed out, it’s not “actionable”.

At that point a light bulb went off in my head, and our programmer is now really close to completing the new “email this report” feature, and we’ll be adding that to the paid version soon, but we’re probably still three weeks from going live.

More Ranking Factors
In the meantime, I’ve decided to make the free version of our iPhone SEO app a lot better immediately, giving you more ranking factors in the palm of your hand.

At this point there are now 11 ranking factors being examined by the free version, but as soon as the paid version can send email reports, then we’ll turn them all on for the free one. Deal?

In the free app, we now cover:

  • Title Tag
  • Description Tag
  • Meta Keyword Tag
  • H1 Tag
  • H2 Tag
  • ALT Tag
  • Robots.txt
  • Sitemap.xml
  • Canonical URL
  • Favicon
  • Internal link count

If you have an Ipad, and iPhone, an iPod touch, or you have ITunes already installed, you can download the free version here and this is the paid version that will be emailing the reports hopefully before SMX Avanced in Seattle.

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Scott Hendison was a Portland Oregon computer store retailer that built a successful on-site computer repair business through Pay Per click and organic search engine optimization. Searching for “Internet consultant” or “search engine expert” today on nearly any search engine will find Scott Hendison on the front page, usually near the top of the results, with over 10 million competing web pages in this competitive field.

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