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A free alternative to Ahrefs, MOZ etc

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by catonkeyboard, Jul 6, 2015.

  1. catonkeyboard

    catonkeyboard Regular Member

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    I did not want to pay the high fee of ahrefs so came across this free back-link checker which is really good.

    http://www.openlinkprofiler.org/

    I have a moz subscription and this website could find more links!
     
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  2. Aty

    Aty Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It has been shared multiple times. Great tool, however it's far from getting where Ahrefs is for instance.
     
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    neu009 Senior Member

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    Well pretty much most of the decent sites will beat Moz. Moz is pretty useless most of the times. Their additional tools are so basic that it's just for those that want a little report they can use right off the bat vs. digging much deeper.
     
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    Thanks for sharing. http://www.openlinkprofiler.org/ does seem more than good enough for a free tool. There are folks on fiverr who sell monthly subscriptions to ahrefs and other tools for $5.
     
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  5. MikeNL

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    Great tool, alltough more an alternative for Ahrefs, less for Moz. Would love to see a alternative from Moz.
     
  6. Particle

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    Also a simple google query

    "siteurl" -inurl:"siteurl"

    will show you surprisingly a lot of good information. Sometimes there are URL citations in authorty locations that help a site get ranked, but no backlink tools show it.