The Search Engine Simulator tool shows you how the engines “see” a web page.
This tool simulates how Google "reads" a webpage by displaying the content exactly how it would see it.
Why is this Important?
Search engines are limited in what they can index on a web page. For example, they cannot read or analyze text displayed in gif or jpeg graphic files. Nor can they meaningfully interpret text shown in Flash files.
What should you do with this data?
Scroll down below the body text on the simulator results page to see how Google measures the frequency of words on the page. Are these your important keywords? If not, improve your content to focus on important phrases that people may search for when looking for your products and services?