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** LinkScore** Analyze The Number of Deleted URLs In Any Link Report, Class-C IPs, Domains

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  1. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Linkscore - Your Own Link Laboratory​


    If you build links with automated or semi-automated tools or if you are buying links from other users please read carefully because this thread is likely to change the way you do SEO.

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    You can load a link report in linkscore and with one click of a button it will do the following operations for you:


    - Analyze the number of URLS which you have submitted from the link report (ALL Links)
    - Analyze the number of Unique URLS from the whole list (It will remove all duplicate entries and provide you with a clean list of the unique URLS)
    - Analyze how much URLS of the whole list are active and how much have been deleted (Active URLS)
    - Analyze how much of the URLS are hosted across different nique domain names (subdomains are not counted as domains)
    - Analyze the number of Class-C IPs per each URL and tell you the total number of unique class-C IPs for the package
    - Check each single URL from the list to identify if its indexed in Google so you can actually know what the real effect of the link package is
    - Tell you which URLS are Active and are NOT indexed, so you can bookmark/ping them and thus drain the maximum out of your work
    - Provide you with a Indexed Percentage rate (%) which is calculated on your Active URLS
    - Check the Pagerank of the root domain on which each of the URL is (Domain PR)
    - Check the actual Pagerank of each of the URL itself
    - Give a Max Score for the specific link package which is based on an advanced formula which takes into consideration all quality factors (class-C IPs, unique domains, total number of links etc)
    - Show you the current score by calculating the Max score x Indexed Rate. (this is basically to give you an idea on which package you should focus on improving the indexing rate in order to get the max)


    Each of those separate reports are clickable and you can view more details with specific data. All reports are exportable in csv and can be used to directly load them to pinging/bookmarking etc tools. This way you can take only the Active URLs and work on them.

    Never be lied again when paying for link pacakges or expensive tools!
    Focus only on the links that are worth and that are yielding you results!
    Improve your SEO skills by making decisions that are based on facts and data!

    Signup Now, there is a 48 hours free trial!

    The promotional launching price for this incredibly advanced service is:

    $18 per month - for the Standard Plan - up to 5 projects
    $28 per month - For Premium Plan - unlimited amount of projects


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    Why Use Linkscore?



    Whether you are building links for yourself with advanced tools such as SEnuke, Xrumer, AMR, Scrapebox etc or if you are buying link packages from blog networks that are hosted across different Class-C IPs, different domains etc..or even if you are directly buying static or blogroll links from webmasters the fact is that you are spending a great deal of your time and your resources with a general idea that "this is the best way to do it". And you are probably right... because in the end of the day you see improvement in your SERPS...right? Well.. not exactly!

    Without a doubt building a rich pool of diverse High PR links from different sites, hosted across block-C IPs and services is the key for a successful SEO strategy, but there is one major flaw with this strategy. Along the way of diversifying our links we invariably purchase link packages which are just plain garbage. The Link building market is so heavily segmented and filled with a vast range of link packages and link building tools that we not always make the best decisions.

    If you think you always make the right decisions, then you must know the answer to some of the few following questions:

    Do you know which link building service in particular out of the whole mix that you do is the one that yields you the most for your site's SERPS?
    Do you know which link package from which blog network service is significantly better than the others?
    Do you actually do R&D other than waiting to see improvement in your SERPS that tells you where to focus more and where you should invest more of your time and energy to get even better at SEO?
    Do you know how many of the links that you have built/bought today will be alive after 6 months..or even after 12 months?
    Do you know the pageranks of the pages on which your links are today? Do you know how much those Pageranks will be after a year?
    Do you know exactly how much class-C IPs are on that specific blog network which you have been buying packages on..and which is being advertised as "each domain on separate Class-c IP"?

    And most importantly...

    Do you know how much of the links that you get in that .csv or .txt link report are alive today(as in not deleted)..and how much of them are actually indexed by Google and what their longevity will be?

    Do you know which link package is long term and which is not...and how do you know if you are not spending your money on links that will only boost your SEPRS over the next 10 days...but after a month they might be deleted and thus result in a ping-pong effect? IF you are buying short term link packages all the time then this means you are spending all of your resources sustaining your current rankings..rather than improving them.

    Asking all those questions to myself is the reason why I developed the first of its kind advanced Link Quality R&D Tool that can analyze different link reports for critical quality assesment factors, save them and organize them as projects so I can compare and keep track over time so I can monitor for their longevity and how they develop over time.

    My own link research dashboard where I can do my own R&D that helps me better understand the quality of the different link packages on which I spend my money, and which gives me the capacity to actually choose packages that are long term so I can turn links into assets.

    After seeing how useful this was for me and how it helped me improve my site rankings and the rankings of my clients, I decided to further invest in this engine which I have been building over the years and launch it as a service.


     
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  2. Diamond Damien

    Diamond Damien Owner BlackHatWorld Staff Member Jr. VIP

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    Op approved. Easy to use interface with fast results.
     
  3. masterjani

    masterjani Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    New idea. Going to check this out.
     
  4. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Great concept, gonna check it out.
     
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    Its really one of the finest way, BH community members must have to check it.
     
  6. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    If anyone has any questions you can also contact me via skype : nikolaalx
     
  7. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    Definitely a useful tool.

    In the Standard Plan, it says "- up to 5 link samples/projects." SO this means I can analyse just 5 URLs per project?
     
  8. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    You can have 5 projects at the same time.

    Each project can have Up to 25k urls.


     
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    This is da bomb, guys! I was lucky to get a review copy from the OP. I'm telling you, this is gonna make your day, especially if you do tons of SEO like myself. Sometimes, you are just too lazy to check what you receive (from VAs, Service Providers etc). Now, no one is gonna take advantage of your laziness anymore as LinkScore is here! This is gonna help you analyze your backlinks better and help you expose those trying to scam you!

    This is worth every penny. I have checked tens of thousands of links with LinkScore and it is amazing! Its the real deal!
     
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    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Thanks for the kind words. I am real glad that you find it useful.

     
  11. simonash27

    simonash27 Newbie

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    I really like the idea as it's very helpful when evaluating link providers however I have a whole load of links in the software that says are indexed but when I do a site:myurl.com search or search using "myurl.com" in Google it often says it is not found. Any ideas on why this is happening?

    Thanks
     
  12. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Thanks for your nice words, and I am happy that you are finding the tool useful.

    I just checked and it seems you have not configured any decaptcher service with your account. This means that some of the queries you are making to google might be blocked.

    As a side note for the indexing, the script uses the "info:myurl.com" syntax as its much more accurate. Pls try using that.

    As described in the instructions, in order to make sure you get the most accurate data, configure your captcha solving service in the account settings page.

     
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    Hi There,

    I signed up, created my first project, uploaded a text file to test (as I already had manually carried out the data check, so wanted to test accuracy. I got zero across everything, inactive, not indexed, -1 PR for the main domain, -1PR for the actual page, last check date 0000/00/00

    So I scrapped that (can't see how to delete a project either, so that is going to get very messy as the list grows) and I set up another test project. EXACTLY the same happened, all negative data, ALL incorrect. It is also seriously slow to move between simple pages. is there a problem?
     
  14. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    After you add a project you need to click on "update" in the "link metrics" page. URLS which have not been checked are being shown with -1 by default.

    Initiating the updating process which will perform all the advanced queries against each of the urls in the list.

    My skype is : nikolaalx please add me and I will assist you on how to use the tool.



     
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    blackwhitegrey Newbie

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    Thanks,

    I have now pressed the update link and it has indeed run through and updated the records. 93% indexed rate, not too bad really, happy with that.

    thanks for your rapid reply and assistance.
     
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    bookmarked this thread - this looks just frikkin awesome
     
  17. nikolaalx

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    Yeah 93% indexed rate is not bad at all.

    How are the class-c IPs and the active/deleted ratio? These are the most important ones in my opinion that show the actual value of a link building service.

     
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    I only tested 140 urls and they were 100% unique c class . then again i would expect that as these are all links I have built foir client sites :)

    Great system, it sits really well with a script I am having written .
     
  19. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    I am glad that you find it useful. Now you can do some experimenting and see if those pages that hold the links will increase their pageranks over time and how they will perform over others in case you are doing any tier 2 linking to those properties.

     
  20. dimples

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    tried it but when I updated it it all showed 0 :(
     
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