Moz and Spyfu are tools for marketing and there are few competitors simply because all of us have to rely on Moz for their proprietary ranking systems such as domain authority. Moz will cost you $99 per month, Spyfu will cost $39/month; on the other hand, Diib will cost you one third – $29 per month, even the basic usage of Diib is free.
Even the free version of Diib will give you warning such as “Investigate the 10 backlinks that may be harming your search engine rankings”. This is a computed result of the backlinks with calculated the spam score (which we manually through Moz). Diib is quite impressive with the suggestions, and tutorials on how to do these things.
Within some minutes of playing, I found an erroneous conclusion:
Our rank dropped to 54 in March 2021, when we published the article on Why to do if Domain Authority (DA Score) of a website decreases, then went to 55 in May, again became 54 for two weeks in July-August. It has been 55 just today. It is probably a minor issue but actually, we worked behind to make it 55!
So far the tool will get an average mark for that lower price. The backlink analyzer presents outdated data and can not understand when a page is moved (Microsoft does this thing resulting in loss of backlink). The last thing which I can think to give importance is the keyword analyzer. Sadly, this is old information :
10 years back, “alarm in windows 7” was a ranking keyword for us. Even looking at free WP Statistics, anyone will be able to say that it is no longer a significant keyword. I would suggest you test the free version of Semrush or Moz to understand how perfect they are. However, their Keyword Explorer tool does the perfect work.
Now, for having a good Keyword Explorer, will you pay $30/month? There are free keyword explorers and of course, there are great paid tools.
We checked Diib with full honesty, you can sign-up if you want, but whether it worth spending $30/month judging that depends on you.