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Top 6 Website Graders

I'm in the process of making a website, but I'm not that great at web design or SEO, so I decided to use some website graders.
Problem was, I didn't know many website graders.
So after researching some free website graders, I've got a list of the top 6 website graders and SEO grader tools that have helped me!


Nibbler

nibbler

This tool runs various different tests and gives you ways you can improve your website.


SEOptimer

SEOptimer

This tool gives really good advice on On-page SEO, Links, Usability, Performance and Social.
Only problem is that, there is a limited amount of times you can check reports, and then you get timed out.


Google PageSpeed Insights

pagespeed insights

This tool gives the flaws of a website in terms of its speed, accessibility and SEO.


Accessibility Test

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This tool gives you an option to scan either one page, or all the pages on a website and then uses 4 different evaluation tools to describe how accessible a website is.


WebFX SEO Checker

webfx seo checker

This tool runs a thorough test on your website and gives factors to improve on and gives many tips.


Website Grader

website grader

This tool gives simple tips for your website from the four factors: Performance, SEO, Mobile and Security.


So Top 6 Website Graders:

  1. Nibbler
  2. SEOptimer
  3. Google PageSpeed Insights
  4. Accessibility Test
  5. WebFX SEO Checker
  6. Website Grader

Thanks for reading, and don't hesitate to show any other website graders you found helpful!

Top comments (2)

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Samuel Collier

This is an interesting list! I usually just use Lighthouse, but I'll be sure to check these out :)

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Medea

I haven’t heard of Lighthouse, I’ll check it out, thanks!

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