Let’s face it everybody loves stats and numbers, well some people do anyway. The following includes a list of 5 online tools that you can use to check and grade your website, blog, twitter page, and facebook page.
They are kind of for fun, but they can also provide useful details and statistics. It only takes a few seconds and they are totally free. You aren’t out anything other than a few moments of your time.
You don’t have to join anything and even though there is a field to enter your email address it isn’t required.
With all the different checkers and graders out there all reporting slightly different results it never hurts to use several and to compare them to one another.
5 Online tools to check and grade your website
Simply enter your website URL and wait a few moments for it to complete. It has a field to enter other websites or competing sites. After it completes, you will be presented with a variety of interesting details about your website. Use it to see how you are doing, or where you could use some work and improvement.
If you have a blog or your site is specifically a blog site you can run it through this blog grader. Similar to website grader, but for blog types of sites instead. It also will provide you with some interesting and useful statistics and of course give you a grade.
For those of you that have a Twitter account run your username through the Tweet Grader. It will tell you a number of details and statistics. Along with how long you have been a member, your activity and give you an overall grade.
The Facebook Business Grader and User Grader are two that I haven’t tried. Partly because I don’t do as much on Facebook as I probably should, and because you need to sign in and connect with your Facebook account to get your grade and details.
Like any site I can’t vouch for signing in with your Facebook account, but this grader is maintained by the same site as the rest of the graders listed above.
You could also run your competitors websites, blogs, or twitter account names through these graders to see how they compare to yours.
These aren’t something I use daily, but they are worth checking at least once per month.