One of the greatest misconceptions about
Well, to answer that we’ll need to look at some of the features that make
1. Analyze Backlinks Using a Specific Search Engine
This allows you to quickly see who and how many websites or web blogs are linking to your website. This can even be used to see how many people are backlinking to your competitor’s website. This can be done manually by using the Google Toolbox tool, but it’ll take you quite some time.
2. Get Links to your Website
Project 2 allows you to quickly find and research linking partners for your website. This will allow you to find more linking partners, also this feature comes with its own built in mailing system. Which means, rather than having to contact each webmaster individually, you can send out X amount of requests at once.
3. Analyse AllinAnchor, AllInTittle or AllInText.
A simple tool that allows you to see what a website is ranked for an AllInAnchor search term.
4. Verify that Linking partners are still linking back
This will allow you to ensure that those you are link exchanging with are linking back. Again, this can be done by typing “link:www.example.com”into Google (without the quotations).
5. Find where a site is ranked for a given keyword
Find out where your site or a competitor’s is ranked for any keyword. This can help you if you’re targeting a specific search term or keyword
6. Find out how many web pages are indexed
Project 6 allows you to find out how many pages are indexed by a search engine. Also, which search engines have indexed which pages.
7. Find Authority websites.
These are the websites that Google (and other search engines) deems to be an Authority websites, a backlink from them will surely help you achieve a higher rank for a keyword. This shows the exact same results if you were to go to Google and type in your keyword. E.g. ‘Golf’
So, to summarize;