Two New Link Analysis Tools Available: &

google-war-links-featuredThere are two new link tools available for those looking to analysis their own links or their competitor links. The new tools come from & is a free tool, while is also currently free but they may charge in the future. This adds to the current tools in the market, including Majestic SEO, Ahrefs, Moz, Open Site Explorer and of course, Microsoft’s Bing Webmaster Tools and Google Webmaster Tools., since it is free, and we have not covered it before, offers:

  • Downloads of up to 100,000 backlinks of any site
  • Links are updated daily and displays live backlinks, not outdated broken ones
  • Displays a comprehensive link filters, alerts and recognizing the industry and the link context of every backlink

Which is the best tool? Hard to say, you should play with them, and do your own analysis. When it comes to finding new sources of links, as well as monitoring your own links for “negative SEO” reasons, these link tools have become more and more value to the SEO toolkit.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | SEM Tools: Links


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