Seoquake provides over 50 parameters for page strength (including Google PageRank, Alexa Rank and others) on the fly. This data can then be exported as a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file and manipulated in a spreadsheet. This makes it possible to define your own composite page strength using normalization and weightages. If needed, custom parameters can also be created, further adding to the flexibility.
Note: Frequent use of big amount of parameters may lead to the ban from search engines.
Seoquake browser extension
Seoquake is a powerful tool for Mozilla Firefox and for Internet Explorer, aimed at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization and internet promotion of web sites. Seoquake allows user to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet project under study on the fly.
Project Seoquake is being constantly polished and enhanced. All SERP changes are tracked down and taken into account. Update your version regularly.
A list of examples of useful custom parameters for SeoQuake is available here.
Users can create their own parameters for SeoQuake. In order to create a new parameter user has to open SeoQuake Preferencies, switch to bookmark Parameters, press the button New and fill required fields. If you create some interesting/unique parameters and have a desire to share them with the SeoQuake community, contact us via forum or web form.
SeoQuake plugins are special addons which allow SeoQuake to work with content of different sites. For example, Google plugin (built-in) allows SeoQuake to work with Google SERP, and analyse its content.
Other projects by the Seoquake team:
A product is aimed at helping webmasters with search optimization. It allows user to analyse which keywords can be used to find given domain in Google search engine.
A service which daily stores the results of search engine queries indicated by user. SerpArchive daily walks through the query base, created by user and stores first 100 results obtained from Google and MSN search engines for each query in the base. SERPs are stored in the form they are displayed to the user.