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I'm investigating SEO software to buy, do you have any recommendations?

I would like to have SEO software that gives me useful information about my site's content based on keywords and also gives me a list of broken links, title and description recommendations based on the latest Google and other major search engine algorithms.

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I nether support or discourage the use of SEO Powersuite - but it might be cheaper than forking out that amount of money every month for web based SEO.

http://www.link-assistant.com/

(They do seem to update there software on a regular basis as well)

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Desktop software tends to go out of date pretty quick, so i'd recommend web-based applications like Raven Tools and SEOMoz Tools.

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Whats your opinion about link-assistant? –  Ramin Aug 27 '11 at 10:49

I think you will get whole information regarding your website here : http://www.opensiteexplorer.org/

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Interesting definition of "whole" –  cjk Aug 22 '12 at 10:47

I have used A1 website analyzer in the past, and it is a fairly enhanced robot that can crawl your website and unearth a whole bunch of problems like duplicate content, broken links and whatnot. It's not free, but has a free evaluation so you can take it for a spin.

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