Effortless SEO Testing

Easily track the changes you make to pages and websites, to see if they have an effect on Google rankings and clicks.

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Intelligent SEO testing

SEOTesting uses the data from Google Search Console so you can see with confidence that the changes you make are working.

Simply make your changes to pages or websites, submit them for Google to crawl, and let SEOTesting do the rest.

Your tests update every time Google Search Console does, so you can see at a glance how your changes are performing against the previous version.

Run multiple tests at once and get automated reports that save you hours of time and frustration working on spreadsheets.

Smart SEO testing features

Our SEO split test tool lets you easily measure a test group of urls against a control group.

Or a simple time based test that compares previous weeks against weeks since the change was made.

Setup SEO Tests in seconds.

You can now simply setup a split test or SEO test in 2 seconds.

Now you can be confident that changes you make to your pages improve your Google rankings, and if a change makes your rankings drop - you can go back to the previous version.

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Why SEO experts recommend SEOTesting.com

  • "SEOTesting.com has become one of my go-to SEO tools because it does so much with all the valuable data hidden in Google Search Console. It's the only thing that gives us the ability to use that data for keyword tracking, SEO tests, and quality testing."
    Ruben Gamez, DocSketch
  • "SEOTesting.com is an essential tool in our stack for analytical SEO. We now use it for routines such as testing meta changes until we achieve significant organic CTR improvements."
    Branko Kral, BKing Digital
  • "SEOTesting.com has changed the way we approach client work. We save a ton of time tracking results and clients are happy as they can easily see results from our work."
    Ben Collins, Laughing Samurai
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    Chris Avery, MickeyLlew