urlprofiler is one of these tools that I almost don’t like to talk about. It’s been around for many years, but
Here’s just a few of the things it does:
- checks backlinks
- identifies the type of site and software used of any website you choose
- downloads bulk link metrics from mozcape, majestic SEO and Ahrefs
- scrapes email addresses from websites
- calculates content quality statistics and provides readability scores
- finds associated social accounts
- calculates social engagement metrics for domains and URLs
- fetches unlimited whois email addresses (without captchas)
- identifies any domain’s server IP address
- if you’re buying expired domains, it can also pull archive.org, drop history, and WHOIS data for a long list of domains at once and gather them in a spreadsheet. It’s domain research feature is fantastic.
The interface is pretty old-school, but it does the job great:
URL Profiler has received positive reviews from users for its user-friendly interface, speed, and accuracy in providing relevant data for website analysis and optimization. Users appreciate the range of features available, which include backlink analysis, keyword research, social media metrics, and page speed analysis, among others. The tool’s ability to extract metadata from a website has also been praised, as it helps to identify areas where optimization is needed.
Some users have noted that URL Profiler can be more expensive than other similar tools on the market, but the cost is justified by the level of functionality and accuracy provided. Others have suggested that the tool can be overwhelming for beginners, but that the learning curve is manageable with some practice and guidance.
Overall, users have found URL Profiler to be a valuable tool for website analysis and optimization, and would recommend it to other website owners, marketers, and SEO professionals.
It hasn’t been updated in a while, but still works great.