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Web Page Analyzer

Real search engines rank web pages on how well they perform for a given keyword. Our Web Page Analyzer is the only SEO tool that analyzes web pages using real search keywords just like search engines do.

With this tool you will quickly uncover the secrets your competition is using for top rankings. Once armed with this knowledge, and a few simple changes to your web page's text (the words people see), you can be on top!

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Why Use This SEO Tool?

Anyone can create a tool, but creating a tool that works and is accurate takes years of dedication and development. Since 1996 we have continued to tweak and update our tools resulting in the most accurate SEO tools found anywhere. With our latest update you can now analyze fully dynamic web content (Ajax, Javscript etc.).

The Web Page Analyzer below provides a full web page robot ranking analysis not offered by any other SEO tool on the Internet. Our Web Page Analyzer mimics a real search engine which means you can enter keywords just like you would if at a search engine. Analyzing your web page using real keywords is a great way to see how well it will perform in search results.

Drag-and-Drop Technology

The Web Page Analyzer also includes the Keyword Density Manipulizer™ tool. This tool makes it easy to manipulate your keywords for maximum search engine visibility. All you do is drag-and-drop the keywords already found on your web page so they rank higher! What could be easier than that?

Your search engine visibility and rankings can suffer greatly if your keyword density mix is too high or too low. Getting the right keyword density mix is crucial to your success in people finding your products and services. If you can drag-and-drop, you can optimize your keywords for search!

Last Updated: Apr 20, 2017

 Tool Tip...

What is a URL?

The term URL is an abbreviation for "Uniform Resource Locator" also known as a web page address. For example:

A valid URL must begin with "http://" or "https://" (for secure pages). Spaces in URLs MUST be changed to "%20".


The User-Agent string is often used for content negotiation. For example, the User-Agent string might be used by a web server to choose variants based on the known capabilities of a particular version of client software. If the default User-Agent does not return the results you expect, try changing this option.

Analyze Errors?

Set this to "YES" if you would like to analyze server error pages.

 Tool Tip...

Click on the Upload button above to select a file from your local machine or enter the HTML source code in the box above.


 Tool Tip...

Search Term

Use this area to enter a "single" keyword or phrase you want to target. For example;

"apple pie" recipe

Be smart and do NOT enter a string of keywords or the results you get will be of no use. The idea here is to see how well your web page performs at search engines for a given search term. Enter a real search term here and the WPA will analyze the web page specifically for this search term.