Track Your Google Links Over Time with glync

Nov 6, 2008 - 9:27 am 2 by
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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?

Forum discussion continues at Sphinn.


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