Link Diagnosis: Backlink Analyzer Tool
If you ever wanted to get the whole picture about your backlinks, or about those of a competitors…. there is a little to that will do this job perfectly.
It is called Link Diagnosis.
You just need to put a URL and click “Start.” Depending on the number of backlinks that the site in question has, it might take a while for the report to get completed.
Once the report is done you will be able to see:
- total number of backlinks
- total number of unique anchor texts
- list backlinks, with their respective PR
- what pages are the most popular ones
- what anchor text is the most popular one
There are two types of report: a basic one which is accessible via the website, and a complete one that required their Firefox extension to be installed. Check it out.
40 Responses to “Link Diagnosis: Backlink Analyzer Tool”
Great tool will try to test it for my site, thanks for sharing!
Just tested one of my sites and it seems a little vague and I am not to keen on the interface layout. Perhaps just my own opinion but I dont think its very accurate.
I think that there are many reasons to be skeptical about it. They have a huge amount of data (assume they do have a massive index) and the same method of providing results. If anything the results run the risk of being worse.
There have been tests done by Google and the National Center for Supercomputer Applications which seem to show that the index is not that big at all.
Large indexes go stale pretty quick. Have a look at the crawls on your site maybe, are they harder and faster?
I wrote a lot more on this at your trusty Search Science blog .
Hope you find it interesting. Let’s see what happens to this scenario.
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Originally Posted by dannysullivan
Surely yes, a shoot out and regulary relevancy reporting according to an agreed industry standard would be much better. Size is just the same old thing, a figure used as a surrogate for relevancy but which doesn’t mean the same thing at all.
I fully agree with Danny. There should be an independent 3rd party routine testing of relevancy on a semi-annual or quarterly basis. Perhaps the IAB or the W3C? This would really help the public understand which search engine is “bigger and/or better”.
I recall when MSN dropped Looksmart from their syndication earlier than anticipated after being given a walk-through of the results which turned out to be completely off-topic.
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a great tool to use, to help find related links. fantastic way to analyze competition and linking structures. ty!
@Heather – it was working yesterday afternoon, but went down at some point last night.
I’m sure it will be back online shortly – I certainly hope so as it’s incredibly useful.
Thank you for write up on this tool. I went to test it out but it doesn’t seem to be working… Do you know if it is still around? Can you recommend a similar tool?
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its a great tool to use, just wish we had one just like it for google. Great way to analyze competition.
Thanx a lot for the useful tool.
I notice that if you type the URL of “linkdianosis” into this tool you get 98 PR6 links from http://www.graphichole.com that redirects to dailyblogtips. I don’t understand whats going on there?
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