PSA: SERPStat Lifetime access ends in 5 days

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I know a lot of people kicked themselves for missing out on their lifetime access deal back in... December was it? January?

Anyway, they've got a post up on Stack Social where you can buy lifetime access for $35 (actually just $31). Comes with:
Data for Google US, UK, BG, CA, AU, DE, LT, LV
Search Analytics: 300 queries per day, 100 results per report
Position Tracking: 200 tracked keywords on a daily basis, 10 projects
Backlink Analysis: 100 queries per day, 100 results per report
Site Audit: 20,000 pages every month
Updates for the existing databases and features included

Definitely a "limited" plan, but for $35 for life this is mind-boggling. If you're new to SEO or you've got $0 budget, this is absolutely the way to go. I'm in no way affiliated with SERPstat and I've purchased multiple licenses because the codes do not stack.

StackSocial has a give $10, get $10 which is nice and they're doing a site-wide 10% coupon right now. a non-referral link to the deal on Stack Social.

Enter Code BYESUMMER10 at Checkout to Get an EXTRA 10%, so you're really just paying $31.

I've done comparisons with Majestic and Ahrefs. SERPstat often shows more backlinks/RD's than Ahrefs and Majestic. I'd say their domain authority/trust tool is great. Their keyword competition tool is alright, they just added the ability to display ranking difficulty.

The rank tracking is good, but not the very best. I've noticed a few scenarios where ranking was off, but this can also be for a number of factors. (I've compared it with a few other trackers.) Shoot, but where else can you pay $31 for life.

The most annoying part is that your reports will be limited to 100 results for certain types of queries. However, they've got extremely extremely good filters that allow you to get very specific results. So instead of looking at 10k rows of data, you'll need to do 10 queries and get 1k data that's actually useful.

I'm cool with answering some questions about SERPstat, but it will be based on my use.
 
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Shit, $31 bucks fo lyfe. Can't beat a deal like that with a rusty stick... or something.
 
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Deal Ending In: 14 hours

Shit, $31 bucks fo lyfe. Can't beat a deal like that with a rusty stick... or something.

Awesome :)

Yeah, I'm surprised people aren't going absolutely crazy over this deal... if you pay for rank tracking 200 keywords this will literally pay for itself in a few months. An easy way to isolate clients too if you purchase multiple accounts. (Which, by the way, buying multiple codes and creating multiple accounts is something the founder said was fine to do).

It is worth noting, if you're comparing this with the past lifetime deal on Sumo, that one came with API access and this one doesn't. Not a huge deal, but I thought I'd mention it.
 

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Never heard of it before but interested to see how it stacks up next to Ahrefs and Majestic when it comes to finding competitor backlinks.
 

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Thanks so much for sharing this deal dude
No problem
Never heard of it before but interested to see how it stacks up next to Ahrefs and Majestic when it comes to finding competitor backlinks.
I always like using in conjunction

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Thank you so much, the index seems to be the same as majestic's fresh index (not optimal for checking potential abuse history of expired domains, need historic index for that), they even have the same CF and TF numbers. CF is rephrased to serpstat page rank, TF is rephrased to Serpstat Trust rank.

I haven't even looked at the other features yet, but this is amazing for the price
 

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Thank you so much, the index seems to be the same as majestic's fresh index (not optimal for checking potential abuse history of expired domains, need historic index for that), they even have the same CF and TF numbers. CF is rephrased to serpstat page rank, TF is rephrased to Serpstat Trust rank.

I haven't even looked at the other features yet, but this is amazing for the price


I got access from here on BHW, then bought a lifetime licence through App Sumo.
 

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I just got the life time right before making that post. Getting my friends to buy it too. It's a complete steal.

Unless you're actively building your own pbn, the backlink index of this service is good enough for nearly every one here. It definitely is good enough for me.
 

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It's says it's still on for four days. I'm a complete newb when it comes to SEO, but now I have a lifetime to learn :D
 

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It's says it's still on for four days. I'm a complete newb when it comes to SEO, but now I have a lifetime to learn :D

I just wrote a guide to my VA on how to use serpstat's export function to make in-depth off-page analysis.

It compares serpstat/majestic's index to google's index using a free tool (google greenlane indexation tester) so you will know what links are being counted

Then you'll know how to blend in by following similar anchor text % and link distribution, so you're less likely to get slapped. And what links are worth chasing.

It also gives you a much better idea on how strong a domain actually is. The one I used for this had 68 RD in majestic/serpstat's index, but in the end, only 16 of those were actually indexed, and only 5 of those 16 were remotely strong (pretty subjective to say what qualifies as strong though)

https://pastebin.com/cRdwtnUC
 

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You lied. You clearly said it was lifetime but it's only 100 years.
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Purchased. Thanks mate.
 

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I just wrote a guide to my VA on how to use serpstat's export function to make in-depth off-page analysis.

It compares serpstat/majestic's index to google's index using a free tool (google greenlane indexation tester) so you will know what links are being counted

Then you'll know how to blend in by following similar anchor text % and link distribution, so you're less likely to get slapped. And what links are worth chasing.

It also gives you a much better idea on how strong a domain actually is. The one I used for this had 68 RD in majestic/serpstat's index, but in the end, only 16 of those were actually indexed, and only 5 of those 16 were remotely strong (pretty subjective to say what qualifies as strong though)

https://pastebin.com/cRdwtnUC

MVP material over here !!
 
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