One of the most basic tasks of SEO is rank tracking. This is how you check if what you’ve been doing is working for you. Here’s one of the tools we use to check our client’s rankings.
First of all, happy new year fellas! It’s been a crazy ride with you through 2013. We figured we should start the new year by unveiling one of the SEO tools that we’ve been using for some time already – Monitor Backlinks. They did a revamp of their tool and we want you to be the first to know.
Unnatural links have been “Red Hot” in Google’s eyes for quite some time already. Just last month, Google updated its ‘Link schemes’ document‘ which is meant to penalize guest posting done in large scale, advertising where payment is received, and optimized anchor texts in Press Releases. It surely is troublesome to sift through your links and manually check which of your links are natural or not.
First situation: Domain of the backlink which you bought/sold expired
Problem 1: You buy an advertisement or a backlink from website “A”. How do you find out if “A” website has expired or the domain has been parked?
Problem 2: You sell a backlink or advertise a banner from your “B” site, but you will forget to renew the domain (which will also affect your client, because he will lose some link juice).
With so many companies and businesses vying for the top spot in search engines, there can be no doubt that internet marketing and in particular, search engine optimization (SEO), is on a roll. Whether you’re a professional marketer or part of your company’s in-house marketing team, I’m sure that you’ll need (and want) to acquire tools that can make your job easier.