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Best Tool to Analyze Anchor Text

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Is there a good a tool out there that analyzes anchor text in total percentages? Ahrefs does a decent job, but I want to compare it with at least one other tool. Any suggestions?
     
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    stubo1903 Junior Member

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    Open site explorer is probably the best option, not 100% if you can see all the data with a free account though
     
  3. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    I do have access to the Pro Account, but it does not break it down into percentages. It just tells you how many links are pointing with a specific anchor text in descending order. Or maybe I missed an option for that somewhere?
     
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    0_00_0 Senior Member

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    Yeah unfortunately free version is good for finding backlinks but it doesn't give you a breakdown of your anchor text diversity. It only shows you detailed information on the top 5 backlinks. I generally use ahrefs to determine anchor text diversity and open site explorer to get competitors backlinks.

    I'm interested to hear what other people have to say - I have been using ahrefs but I would love to compare it with another tool if there is another free option.
     
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    hvoaj Newbie

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    nice post very useful
     
  6. LordCameltoe

    LordCameltoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Open Site Explorer + Link Detective does the job quite well for me.
     
  7. apoorv

    apoorv Regular Member

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    Ahrefs, the one you've mentioned already, is the best I've found. Does everything I need.

    Other than that, check out Open Site Explorer.
     
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    davie9x Regular Member

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    I use both opensiteexplorer and ahrefs to avoid the limits. :)
     
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    Agreed, Ahrefs is excellent but open site explorer is also good
     
  10. Windmill

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    I use Seomoz because I have access to it. I don't think it is as good as some tools for scraping backlinks. I swear, I find more when I use scrapebox.

    My suggestion is find a tool that finds the most, and then download it as an excel file and use that to analyze the data faster.