They say a good workman never blames his tools, but having great tools on the Internet can save you a lot of time and hassle. Today we are going to look at 6 kickass tools that will help you find websites to buy, and research the quality of a website.
Hubs are known as authority sites by the search engines. Owning one of these sites can be hugely valuable. But how do you find them?
Simple, use this hub finder tool
Here is a common scenario. You buy a website because it made $2k per month in the past three months, but now it seems to be making only $100 per month. Why is this?
A common reason is because there are trends in any market, and it is best to be able to detect those trends.
You can use this trend finding tool by Google.
As an example, I used the search term “halloween gifts” and it gave the following trend patterns:
Duplicate Text Checker
Are you looking to buy a website with a lot of content on it?
If so, it is vital that you know whether the content was created, or stolen from another site.
Copyscape is a tool that will let you know whether the site owner has been a bit naughty.
Creative Commons Content Source
Have you purchased a website but it looks kinda plain and boring?
What better way to spice it up than with some images and perhaps a video?!?
However, you don’t have the money to create your own, so instead, why not try using content that is free to use under the creative commons license?
Have you ever wondered how Google views a website?
This tool will show you.
This is vital to check for spam. Especially if you are buying a WordPress blog, as even the authority sites can get hacked.
If you are buying a website, the last thing you want to do is spend the next 6 months fixing problems with the code.
This tool will check the site and give detailed information on a number of key areas.