Link exchange is one of the most popular (and efficient) methods of site promotion. If you use this technique to pump up your or your client’s site’s ranking on Google search engine and spend a lot on purchasing links, you definitely want to know where your money is going to and whether your links are actually being placed on the right pages. Checking all of them manually will most probably be an undertaking of an immense scale, so adding some automation to this process would be extremely helpful.
Backlink Checker is exactly the kind of software you will need in this situation. Not only does this handy tool check whether the links you purchased or traded are really there, but also makes sure that they are «follow» links and the pages they were added to are not ignored by spiders (this can be done by modifying some entries in the «robots.txt» file). The program also determines many important characteristics of partner websites, including their size, server header and the number of internal and external links. The results of each site analysis can be saved to a report in the CSV or HTML format.
Backlink Checker is a must-have for every serious SEM/SEO specialist. Lightweight, intuitive and fast, it will save countless hours of your time and will maximize your link exchange efficiency!
SEO Backlink Checker 1.0 A handy and useful SEO tool for webmaster to monitor incoming backlinks. This easy-in-use program with user friendly interface analyzes sites for any incoming links to your site
BackLink Checker 2.1 BackLink Checker is designed to help maintain & monitor back links to your website. If you buy links or exchange reciprocal links, this tool will save you time and money by
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