Have you ever needed to get the link data for a website and ended up having totally different results coming from similar sources?
Why didn’t they provide with the same results? How are you supposed to know which one are the REAL ones?
And if you think of all the hours you’ve spent just to get to this dead end….
And this is not the only inconvenience you have when querying the search engines for link data…
But there are solutions for these problems. Let me break them down for you:
Have certainty over your link data
The reason why the search engines and other link databases (such as OpenSiteExplorer) provide different results is because they are not too frequently updated and links have changed since the last time they were checked. Some new ones may have appeared and others may have been removed.
Mobile phones wouldn’t be so great if you would still have to remember all the telephone numbers stored in it, right?
Or if you would have to walk around, carrying a telephone numbers agenda…. That would be awful!
The same way, you should neither deal with enormous lists of emails to be able to contact your link partners!
Or search through your entire pile of messages (and I know you have one ) to find your latest conversation with some partner of yours!
Therefore I’ve put together a small list of features that will make your work easier and will get you addicted to this tool for keeping contact with your link partners. Continue reading
Links to your webpages, come and go.
Maybe today you have gained a few links but also lost others.
You can never know what changes have been made within your link profile, unless you monitor your links. Of course, there are probably hundreds or thousands of them, but don’t panic.
Monitoring is not as hard as it is to build. All you need to do is to use the right tool.
So, let me resume the main things you should do on a current base to stay on top of your link profile.