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What are the differences between the Missing Links Tool (MLT ) and the Common Backlinks Tool (CBLT)? The Missing Links Tool (MLT) checks if your competitors have any common links that you don't have, while the Common Backlinks Tool (CBLT) checks the…
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What is the difference between Sample Analysis and Full Analysis? From all the competitive domain analysis tools available in LinkResearchTools (LRT), the Competitive Landscape Analyzer (CLA) has a Sample Analysis and a Full Analysis mode.…
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Is reciprocal linking a good link building practice? Outgoing links are just as important as incoming links. You only want to link to a website if: - it has a good LRT Power*Trust - it has a low DTOXRISK for your backlink profile (you can check this…
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Why can't I see the PageRank metric in LinkResearchTools? Google's Toolbar PageRank is officially dead. That's why we removed it from our toolkit many years ago. Don't even think about it. In March 2016, Google removed PageRank from the Google toolbar,…
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What is the difference between domains, pages and sub-folders? In LinkResearchTools, you can start reports for a domain, a page or sub-folder analysis. If you are interested in the backlinks of a single sub-folder or page, you can save time by analyzing…
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Can I ignore certain domains in my reports? It is possible to create a domain blacklist to ignore backlinks from certain domains. You can do this from your account settings. Yes, you can do this in your LinkResearchTools (LRT) account settings. Have in…
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How can I detect mentions and turn them into backlinks? There is more than one tool that can help you detect mentions in LinkResearchTools (LRT). One of them is the Backlink Profiler (BLP). If you start a BLP report and filter the results by Link Status…
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Visibility metrics indicate the visibility (number of ranking keywords) for an entire domain. The respective, national visibility for the preferred country of destination can be determined in your project settings. Metric Description Sistrix Visibility…

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The LRT™ Trust metrics specify the probability of a page or of a domain with ranking authority in Google. Metric Description Trust Indicates the implicit trust of the page in the Google search results – works similar to the system of the Trust Rank…

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A Detailed Summary of Your Backlinks Get the most comprehensive backlink analysis possible for your own and your competitors’ sites. The Backlink Profiler (BLP) is the most extensive backlink analysis tool on the market, when it comes to actual data and…

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Check Links Monitor your backlinks and check if they are still active. The Link Check Tool (LCT) checks a large number of links for quality and validity. The unique fuzzy match allows you to compare a large number of source URLs with one or more target…

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In addition to your project-based backlist, you can additionally and independently of the project remove domains from your “competitors” (depending on your package).

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It is possible to evaluate your links with our most famous metrics in SeoTools for Excel. In there you can evaluate the Power, Trust, Power*Trust and Link Velocity Trend of your Domain, Pages or Subfolder. Please be aware that the Link Velocity Trend is…

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Since April 2017, we can do much better in analyzing bigger backlink profiles. This is why, in some reports, you will stumble upon a warning that your report is outdated and you are only seeing a fraction of the links you could analyze. In this case, we…

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The domain statistics provide you with an initial overview of the entered domains. The value Referring Root-Domains applies to all linked top-level domains that have been found for the entered domain, including the deleted and filtered links. Charts and…

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Why should you classify your keywords The anchor text type plays an important role in how we calculate the risk of your links. That's the reason why we want you to classify your keywords. Certain rules in our algorithm will only activate after you…

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Some of our tools can start reports with what we call Bookmarklets. You can use them to easily start a report from your bookmarks bar while surfing the web. All you need to do is to drag-and-drop the link to your bookmarks bar and then use it when…

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Import thousands of URLs and identify the strongest link potentials. The Bulk URL Analyzer (URL) has been developed to get a fast overview of SEO metrics for an arbitrary number of URLs and domains. The unique LRT Power*Trust™ is included, which…

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Search for Link Sources Find the best opportunities to place backlinks on discussion boards, forums, and other publishing platforms. The SERP Research Tool (SERP) finds new link opportunities for you. Discover new link sources, specify your query by…

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Rate Links with the Link Detox Screener® Zoom: Rate Links with the Link Detox Screener™ You can always review and rate the links you have in the link detail table with our Link Detox Screener®. This makes reviewing the links very fast and easily. Make…

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