5 Tips For Starting A Successful Seo Tool (2022)

5 Tips For Starting A Successful Seo Tool (2022)
Build A Seo Tool

Want to start your own SEO tool? Here are some tips you should know:

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for building a SEO tool:

#1: Nick Swan, founder of SanityCheck :

We chatted with with Nick, founder of SanityCheck ($2.8K/month). In our interview, Nick says:

Scratch your own itch. Build something that will help automate or make your job quicker. At least then you always have 1 customer who will love the product.

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#2: Samer Awada, founder of OneSEO:

We chatted with with Samer, founder of OneSEO ($15K/month). In our interview, Samer says:

For anyone that has an idea and wants to get started, my advice is to simply not get desperate. It takes patience for everything to start falling into place.

Additionally:

Validate your idea as fast as possible by getting a beta version of it pushed out. It doesn’t have to be pretty; it just needs to be validated so you can build confidence, which will help you push through when the hard times come.

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#3: Fady Soliman, founder of SiteReq:

We chatted with with Fady, founder of SiteReq ($/month). In our interview, Fady says:

Never stop learning and reading. There’s always something new that your competitors know about, but you don’t.

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#4: Eric Hochberger , founder of Mediavine:

We chatted with with Eric, founder of Mediavine ($/month). In our interview, Eric says:

Don’t be so ambitious right out of the gate that you become your own biggest obstacle.

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Pat Walls,  Founder of Starter Story
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