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RainGage™ Content Inventory
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The famous title generator! Use it to come up with an array of titles for your next blog post or presentation. Some are funny. Some are shocking. All useful. Caution: It’s addictive.
Portent’s SEO Page Review Chrome Extension is a lightweight extension that reviews basic onsite SEO elements. It pulls the essential elements like Title Tags, Meta Description, Canonical tag, HREFLANG tags, on-page links, Open Graph, Twittercard, and all other meta data so you can quickly view the elements on the page.
Unlike other extensions, our tool was built extremely lean – it does not make any external requests and loads immediately. Its small footprint has a negligible impact on your browsing experience. All data can easily be copy/pasted into documents. And, the Open Graph section sends you directly to the Facebook Debugger facilitating immediate testing of a page.
Preview your meta title tags, meta descriptions, and URLs to see how they will actually display in the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). This tool was designed to measure title tags according to pixel length, not character count, just like the search engines do.
What’s a click really worth to your website? No matter if you run a lead-based business or retail-based business, you can find the secret to the almighty mouse with the Click Worth Calculator.
A fun project, the Responsinator tests a web site’s response codes – the codes your server returns if a link is broken, for example – and alerts you if the server isn’t correctly configured. Note: This is a tool built in Portent staff’s spare time. Use at your own risk.
See how internet marketing works, and how all of the pieces fit together. The Marketing Stack shows what Portent does, how we approach digital marketing, and why the best digital marketing knocks down silos.
Recover lost link authority by automatically matching broken links to their closest-matching good ones. Then use the result to set up 301 redirects and recover lost link ‘juice’.