This Week’s Best In Beta
Which startup is going to be the next big thing? Investors, bloggers, job seekers, and inspiring entrepreneurs everywhere are dying to know. Hundreds of startups enter private beta each month, and that’s far too many for any one person to keep up with. Fret not! Each week, I share some of the hottest new startups in this column, Best In Beta. Let’s discover the next big thing together!
Pretty much anyone interested in generating online traffic understands the importance of SEO. What I’ve noticed though is that a huge gap persists between this understanding and implementing best SEO practices.
Well, first you have to figure out what you should be doing. For this information, regarding social media, you’d be hard pressed to top what Buffer offers: free, data-based insights. If you’re not following them already, you should start yesterday. They rock.
Knowing what you should be doing though, of course, isn’t the same as actually doing it and following through to make sure that your efforts are fruitful. This is where people really drop the ball.
Not that the blame belongs entirely on individuals. SEO is tricky, and really confusing at first (or even after a while). Google has a number of tools, which, even after using a long time, I still find cumbersome. And experts? You could pay a fortune for their services and still not see the numbers you desire.
Life should be simpler and easier – and maybe, just maybe, INDATALY will have the secret sauce that makes SEO the savory dish we’d all like it to be. INDATALY is “SEO for everyone! A Dashboard with all the tools to improve your website rankings.”
If we could talk to our SEO, “give it to me straight, without much effort,” is what we would all say, right?
At first glance, INDATALY appears a bit like Googleburger helper, working in tandem with Google tools and making insights more intelligible. It offers PageSpeed insights, keyword tools, URL metrics and more.
What I find attractive about INDATALY is that it’s a solution that covers SEO needs from planning to monitoring to adjusting. It fills in the gaps that Google leaves (or would have you pay for). You’re not left on your own to figure out what to do with all the data you’re presented. You’ve got your suggestions, your performance, and additional measure that need to be taken in one place. Visible. Clear. Easy to work with.
I can hear startup founders sleeping more restfully already. Race over to indataly.com to request early access.