1. Feb 13th, 2011 3:00 PM

    It seems to work great this plugin

  2. Jan 20th, 2011 8:41 PM

    Thank you for this convenient plugin. Been visiting your website each once in an exceedingly, whereas. nice resource.

  3. Aug 9th, 2010 6:38 AM

    I like the post and your entire site. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  4. May 16th, 2010 5:29 PM

    Oops, I guess I am having one issue. Maybe you or one of your readers has come across it and can help. My main blog page does not point to the home page. It points to a different page, named "caitlyns-blog" but it does not show an H1 tag. While I suspect that the theme functions are the culprit here, I am hesitant to make changes to those function pages. Instead, I am trying to fix it with my custom functions page, along with the custom headers. Here is what I was trying:

    // EXAMPLE 1 - header for main blog page
    elseif ( is_page('caitlyns-blog') )
    echo 'Caitlyn’s Blog';

    //EXAMPLE 2 - header for all other pages
    echo 'Caitlyn’s Blog';

    In example one, I am trying to single out that page by name but it appears unaffected. In example 2 (these are separate experiments, btw), all pages, including my target page (caitlyns-blog) are affected thus fixing my target page but creating two H1 tags on all other pages in the blog.

    Any clues how to fix this without changing my original functions page are greatly appreciated.



    • May 16th, 2010 5:33 PM

      I guess my html did not come through. Let me know if I may send you the snippets or if I can use the

  5. May 16th, 2010 5:13 PM

    Hello Vlad,

    Thanks for sharing yet another wonderful plugin. You don't ever sleep, do you? ;) This tool has already helped me improve on one blog and I suspect it will keep me busy for awhile on several others. It is very easy to use and convenient. Having the information available immediately while developing is extremely helpful.

    Thank you!

    Wendy Solum

  6. pauldrewett
    Apr 22nd, 2010 12:46 AM

    I love this tool. We all know that some of none of these things alone will help a bad site, and that the most important thing is backlinks by a very long way. However, this tool has been great for checking things out. If you use it to learn SEO you might be led up the garden path. But you won't do any harm whatever you do, following these suggestions will help.

    If, like me, you are already well into SEO, the info on certain bits is very interesting. A good tool and thank you for developing and sharing it.

    I would reccommend this tool.


    PS My site scored 100/100, I was very pleased with that :-)
    PPS as an SEO person I would hope that was the case of course!

  7. Apr 9th, 2010 7:03 PM

    Thank you for this useful plugin. Been visiting your site every once in a while. Great resource.
    All the best.

  8. Apr 2nd, 2010 12:24 PM

    I am unsure if it was just myself, but I found this to slow Firefox down quite horrendously. It was installed in Firefox 3.6.2.

    • Apr 2nd, 2010 12:50 PM

      Slowdonws may occur if you work with large number of tabs, but that's what Disable option is made for.

      • Apr 2nd, 2010 1:02 PM

        Ah yes, fair point, I do work with a large number of tabs.

  9. Apr 2nd, 2010 11:01 AM

    morethan 100 links


    ... theres way too many myths being perpetuated

    • Apr 2nd, 2010 11:58 AM

      From SEO perspective, having more than 100 links will so much deteriorate the value of outgoing page rank per link that you would diminish any value of having links on the page in the first place.

      Myth or not that is what is the Google webmaster guidelines document still suggests.

  10. Apr 2nd, 2010 12:08 AM

    Thanks for the great link. Will definitely be giving it a try!

  11. Mar 31st, 2010 2:05 PM

    Hi there, for the mosy part this is a great at-a-glance tool but theres some incorrect stats on this tool. google doesnt care how many keywords are in your 1 or 1 billion, the 70 count you state is purely for user visability and nothing to do with improving rankings.

    Secondly you state that google only follows the first 100 links on a page. whilst this was true a few years ago, google now indexes all of the links! theres no limit!

    • Mar 31st, 2010 11:00 PM

      I would not call some stats incorrect. Getting a click is the ultimate goal, not the ranking. As for your second comment, can you provide a reference for your statement?

  12. Mar 25th, 2010 6:32 PM

    Are you going to release SEO Doctor for Chrome? Or just only for Firefox?