10 Free SEO Tools Every Photographer Needs

Perfect your SEO & book more clients with these 10 Free SEO tools every photographer needs in order to succeed. 

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10 Best Free SEO Tools

From years of SEO experience, I’ve found the holy grail…10 Free SEO tools every photographer needs in order to succeed. 

Google Search Console

This tool is used to document keywords and pages that currently rank.

Google Ads Keyword Planner

You’ll utilize the Google Ads Keyword planner to discover and explore both the keywords your site currently ranks for as well as the keyword ideas you’ve come up with, and find related keyword ideas.

Answer the public

Answer The Public is a great tool for exploring questions people ask pertaining to a topic.

Infinite Suggest

Infinite Suggest is a free tool that I use when I’m starting work in a brand new niche. It pulls general ideas to help me get started.

Google Trends

Google Trends is a free tool that can help you discover trends. This is particularly helpful to me when a topic is growing quickly or is seasonally influenced.

Missing Topics

Missing Topics is another tool that can help you find related topics.

Best SEO Keyword Research Chrome Extensions

Keywords Everywhere

This is a free Google Chrome/Safari extension that will allow you to spy on competitor data, determine related keywords, keywords ‘people also search for’, long-tail keywords, and display general keyword data such as difficulty.

HeadingsMap

HeadingsMap is a tool that helps you evaluate the header structure of a website. This is perfect for spying on page structure from competition.

SEO Quake

I use SEO Quake for initial keyword research. I love it because it integrates with my Semrush account.

Meta SEO Inspector

This is a great tool for at-a-glance inspection of competitor sites.

Bonus: Other Chrome Extensions I Love

In addition to the free SEO tools and SEO Keyword Research Chrome extension, here are several other extensions I couldn’t function without. 

Page Recording Chrome Extensions

Go Full Page

Loom

Tracking Chrome Extensions

Facebook Pixel Helper

Pinterest Tag Helper

TikTok Tag Helper

Tag Assistant

Design Related Chrome Extensions

Fonts Ninja 

Productivity Chrome Extensions

Asana

PomoDone App

Save to Pocket

Dark Reader

Avira Password Manager

When you’re ready to make your website SEO-friendly, here are a few tips to consider:

  • Find a Showit template. Designs created by experienced SEO professionals already have your pages structured for SEO, so you just need to add the details.
  • Invest in an SEO audit. An audit will show you how your website is performing and provide insights on how to improve its SEO.
  • Work with a Showit SEO Expert & Website Designer. If you’re considering building from scratch or relaunching your website with SEO in mind, find a website designer that specializes in brand identity and SEO.

Take your next steps today by connecting with me today and establishing the best move for a search engine optimized website to start generating organic traffic from Google.

Contact me today and/or leave a comment with your questions!

About The Author

Stefanie Morris

I’m a recovering wedding photographer turned Showit SEO expert & marketing consultant. 

Explore the blog to learn how to do keyword research, search engine optimization, and create blog content strategy to uplevel your marketing and drive leads. 

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