New IIS SEO toolkit launched

ScottGu just blogged about the new IIS SEO Toolkit that brings some new SEO features to IIS. You can download it from IIS Toolkit homepage or install it using Microsoft Web Platform Installer.

Toolkit provides you with following site analysis:

  • violations like missing attributes of HTML tags,
  • missing titles and descriptions,
  • invalid markup,
  • link text relevance,
  • incorrect content types.

You can also find headers, content, links and word analysis for pages.

Now I will install IIS SEO Toolkit on my development machine and then let’s see if my optimized pages pass through toolkit analysis. :)

Gunnar Peipman

Gunnar Peipman is ASP.NET, Azure and SharePoint fan, Estonian Microsoft user group leader, blogger, conference speaker, teacher, and tech maniac. Since 2008 he is Microsoft MVP specialized on ASP.NET.

    3 thoughts on “New IIS SEO toolkit launched

    • June 3, 2009 at 6:52 pm
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      I think bigger problem on this page is that there is no word about SharePoint development. :)

    • July 6, 2009 at 5:36 pm
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      I tried running this against my MOSS site and got nothing useful back. I’ve run against other sites and it seems like this would be useful, but it doesn’t seem to be following the links in MOSS. It says it’s identified 76 links on our homepage, but doesn’t follow any of them. I’ve tried every setting for defining “internal” pages with the same (or even less useful) results.

      Anyone get this to crawl a MOSS site?

    • July 6, 2009 at 5:54 pm
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      Never mind, dumb question… the site requires authentication, and the local service account for this wouldn’t have access, thus the lack of data mentioned in my previous post…

      This is a great tool. I’ve gotten a lot of useful advice already for our public site.

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