New Link Diagnosis Update Fixes What Was Broken

The team behind Link Diagnosis has announced a list of updates to their popular link analysis/SEO tool. Two of the updates, in particular, provide a fix for a pair of disappointing features that I wrote about last year when Link Diagnosis completed a major relaunch.

First, the result sets have been expanded from 100 to 1,000 pages. At its relaunch last September, the tool only analyzed the top 101 indexed pages from a domain.

Second, Link Diagnosis now shows all inbound links from a single site. The September relaunch limited site owners to seeing only one inbound link from each domain. The company’s blog post says, “we thought you didn’t want to be inundated with pages upon pages of links from a single site … clearly we were wrong.”

Link Diagnosis has also announced improvements to its Firefox extension. You can read about those on the Link Diagnosis blog.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Link Building: General | SEM Tools: Links


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