5 Tips For Starting A Successful Seo Tool (2024)

Updated: January 19th, 2023
Build A Seo Tool

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

Learn more about starting a SEO tool:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a SEO tool?
-> Pros and cons of a SEO tool

Need inspiration?

-> Other SEO tool success stories
-> Examples of established SEO tool
-> Marketing ideas for a SEO tool
-> Seo tool slogans
-> Seo tool names

Other resources

-> Blog post ideas for a SEO tool

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: 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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#3: 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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#4: 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.


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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