Adnan123
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What is the best Moz alternative?

I'm looking for a Moz alternative because I feel the pricing is quite high for what their software offers. Does anybody have any viable alternatives? Preferably more cost-efficient because I'm a webmaster, not an SEO Expert as such.
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The best Moz alternative really depends on what you really need. If you're wanting something for technical SEO, honestly, I'd just stick with the Google Search Console & Screaming Frog. Both of which are free.

If you're wanting something which is a bit more all-round, I'd probably suggest something like SEO Powersuite. The reason being they offer relatively cheap packages.

Remember though, if you're only looking after your own site, a mixture of free tools may be the answer to your issues.

  • WebMeUp (free-ish backlink checker)
  • Page-Explorer (basic on-site SEO test)
  • Screaming Frog (technical SEO)
  • Google Keyword Planner (keyword research)
  • SERProbot (free SERP checking)
  • SimilarWeb (competitor research)
  • GTmetrix (website speed checker/optimizer)

If you join all these resources together, they're better than most paid tools, to be honest.

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Personally I think Powersuite is a lot of money for the average website owner. If your a agency then fair enough but if your running a blog or a small ecommerce site then I would give that one a miss, it will be hard to get your money's worth out of it
A few things to consider - 1. There's a free version, so you can use the software without paying. Just you cannot save projects. And 2. At ~$200-300, even if the software was to help you increase your ranking, even by one position, for any major keyword(s), depending on the industry, you'd be in with a shout to recouping the money invested. I do agree paid software isn't always the way to go, but I do think they're a good value for money compared to many SEO softwares out there.
A few things to consider - 1. There's a free version, so you can use the software without paying. Just you cannot save projects. And 2. At ~$200-300, even if the software was to help you increase your ranking, even by one position, for any major keyword(s), depending on the industry, you'd be in with a shout to recouping the money invested. I do agree paid software isn't always the way to go, but I do think they're a good value for money compared to many SEO softwares out there.
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Personally I am a big fan of SEM Rush. 

They have a very active community and take on feature requests from their users at a rate of knots.

They also actively introduce new features.

Their pricing for additional features and users is a bit goofy but over all I really like the platform.

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SEMrush
Majestic
Raven
Ahrefs
Conductor Searchlight
Screaming Frog

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