said 1 year, 4 months ago:
I’ve been using #woorank for a year or so through the Chrome extension, and it’s great for getting a quick overview of the general health of a website. I use it before I meet with potential clients so I go in with a general picture of where they’re at without having to invest too much time in research. Woorank recently upgraded their system and I think the reports are even more valuable now. I love the new mobile screenshots and suggestions, for instance.
As an SEO professional, I don’t know if I always agree with the priorities given, but it does a good job overall as far as automated tools go. It puts a big emphasis on DMOZ listings, for instance, which has been losing importance in recent years, and is so arbitrary. Some sites get submitted and never even reviewed for years, while others may get added right away, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to try. Registering your domain further out is also a relatively minor and somewhat controversial recommendation – some people say two years, while others say it will only help if you do ten. Some people say it doesn’t matter at all.
You can also try out Hubspot’s free website graders at marketing.grader.com. They’re a little more thorough in some areas and allow you to correct things like your social media and blog links.