Backlink Tracking Software/Tools

  • UVBoy
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I am in the midst of finishing off a web-business redesign. Once this is complete I will concentrate most of my time and effort on getting backlinks to my site. I'm looking for advice on a tool (free or paid) that will help me to organize my backlinking efforts. Here's a shortlist of what I'm looking for:

- figure out which pages on www rank highest for specific keywords
- track my reciprocal links
- keep track of all of my backlinks for things such as anchor text and URL
- analyze my competitors backlinks
- automation of reciprocal linking
- organize purchased backlinks

All that kind of stuff. Any advice?

Thanks.
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  • claireo
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IBP is a good source for promoting and getting both directory links and links from other websites. There is a lot of bits included in the software. We are a web design company and use this for all of our customers sites as well as creating news feeds. It creates a complete report on al your keywords automatically telling you what keyword is in what postition in a matter of minutes.

http://www.ibusinesspromoter.com/

I am not sure what version our software is, but it had IBP and Arelis, which are two parts to the software.

Hope this helps
  • Devil_666
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Post 3+ Months Ago

ain't have Google buddy ?
  • LenaN
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You can't go wrong with this SEO software:
http://www.link-assistant.com

(note all the three tools).

The way functions are divided between all these three sofware tools is more logical than in well-known "all-in-one" solutions.
Besides, this software is safer (doent' get blocked by search engines) than any other tools you'll find in the market.
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- track my reciprocal links

Avoid reciprocal links if you are serious about Google.
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- keep track of all of my backlinks for things such as anchor text and URL
- analyze my competitors backlinks
- Good :P
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- automation of reciprocal linking
- organize purchased backlinks

These above two would be similar to performing HARA-KIRI on your website. Avoid these two techniques. You can purchase links, but make sure that you do not purchase BULKS of links. Only purchase from quality websites. :oops:
  • Search Marketing Man
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You'll be comitting SEOcide if you turn to automated link submission programs or services.

Checking your backlinks and other SEO parameters is important, and the best free tool I can recommend is SEO Quake, a Firefox add-on. Apparently it is available for IE now too, but can't relay that from personal experience.

If you're a SEOrious internet user Firefox comes as the professionals choice. IE just has too many loopholes. Good luck with your endeavours, look at social media to build links too - StumbleUpon rocks for driving traffic to your site.
  • erikko
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i also use SEO Quake but if I got my money i might purchase SeoElite
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Avoid reciprocal links if you are serious about Google.

Are you serious about this? High-quality reciprocal links that come from thematically relevant websites only do good.

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