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Starter
Free for 21 days, then $40.00/month
Sites 2
Pages/Site 500
Title Optimization
Internal Link Audit
Auto Publishing
Dynamic Sitemaps
Optionally add units of
500 pages for +$20.00/month
Professional
$120.00/month
Sites 5
Pages/Site 5,000
Title Optimization
Internal Link Audit
Auto Publishing
Dynamic Sitemaps
Optionally add units of
5,000 pages for +$60.00/month
Power
$300.00/month
Sites 15
Pages/Site 15,000
Title Optimization
Internal Link Audit
Auto Publishing
Dynamic Sitemaps
Optionally add units of
15,000 pages for +$150.00/month

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the free trial include?

The whole enchilada. SiteSeer will crawl your site's 500 most popular pages (according to Google Search Console), crunch the data, and show up to 50 URLs with the most significant SEO opportunities. Oh, and you can optimize two different sites.

Does it actually work?

Yes. When our customers make the recommended changes, monitor the resulting traffic, and make adjustments as necessary, they often see significant gains.

What kind of sites does SiteSeer work with?

SiteSeer works with all kinds of sites and any CMS. Because SiteSeer analyzes data from actual Google traffic, it works best with sites that already have existing traffic. Sites without much traffic may not be a good fit. Also, SiteSeer may not work well with sites that rely heavily on JavaScript to render content.

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