Track Your Google Links Over Time with glync

Nov 6, 2008 • 9:27 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under Search Engine Optimization Tools
 

Russ Jones over at The Google Cache talks about a new tool he released for public consumption. It's called glync and gives you historical data of links you have accrued over time using Google Webmaster Tools. There is a free version (for up to 30 days of tracking) and a pro version with more time, valued at $5/month.

Here's a video:

What do you think?

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Comments:

Nick Stamoulis

11/07/2008 03:57 pm

This sounds like a great tool to really capture how well your link structure is building for your business.

Michael Martinez

11/07/2008 06:30 pm

Since the Webmaster Tools link data is incomplete, outdated, and doesn't distinguish between links that pass value and links that don't pass value, there is no point (from an SEO perspective) in tracking the link data over time.

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