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How do you keep track of your sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MakeLemonade, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. MakeLemonade

    MakeLemonade Junior Member

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    How do you know how your sites are doing? Do you know what your most profitable keywords are, which domains need more links, and how they're doing in the SERPs? Me either.

    I've got several projects, and want to track things such as:

    • The number of incoming links to my sites.
    • The SERP ranking for a given keyword to a site.
    • The number of links over time for the site - make sure it's consistently increasing.
    I don't want to have to go looking up this information all the time. I just want it to show up in a simple dashboard or report so I can make adjustments and target backlink campaigns.

    What are you using for this?

    I've seen tools such as these two but haven't tried them out:
    [​IMG] [FREE] My Advanced Bulk Backlinks Checker
    [GET] Advanced Link Manager & Advanced Rank Manager

    Will be checking them out after I get some informed opinions. Thanks!
     
  2. opticbit

    opticbit Registered Member

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    analytics works nice, you can use multiple sites in one accout. depending on what your doing, you may want to use separate google accounts for different types of sites. Defetes the purpose if you use a different google account for each and every site.
    also you don't need gmail acc for it, which needs phone verification, kindof a pain. but you can use the same phone for a few accts, I haven't made enough to hit the limit, I'm sure there is one though.
     
  3. true3000

    true3000 Regular Member

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    check out:

    HTML:
    http://www.seopanel.in/
    Seems like a pretty cool tool...platform is free but the the plugins aren't. You might be able to get a ripped copy...