Link building is a vital part of search engine optimization and perhaps the most difficult and time-consuming to do properly. Now Wordtracker has launched a new tool to help SEOs and website owners find quality link prospects, organize them into campaigns and keep track of the people they contact. Partnering with Majestic SEO, the tool draws on a database of over 1.8 trillion URLs and 150 million root domains to provide the most comprehensive link database available.
(PRWEB) June 2, 2010 -- The Link Builder tool concentrates on identifying ‘link prospects’ – sites that provide the type of text-based inbound links that improve search engine rankings and bring direct visitors. According to Ken McGaffin, CMO at Wordtracker, “ By analyzing competitor links and links to important blogs and news sites, you can quickly build a picture of an online community of websites around any specific topic or market sector. Influential websites in that online community provide the most beneficial links and should be the focus of any link building campaign.”
The new tool:
According to Dixon Jones from Majestic SEO, “Wordtracker has taken many hours work out of the link candidate process and that will come as a huge relief to SEOs the world over. The tool is intuitive and incredibly powerful.”
The new link building tool is one of a suite of tools that Wordtracker will be introducing this year. “Keywords are the foundations of search marketing. But it’s not enough just to know the best keywords,” continued McGaffin, “you need to use them effectively in all areas of search marketing so that customers can find your site online. That’s what our suite of tools, starting with Link Builder, will allow people to do”.
Email ken(at)wordtracker(dot)com for 14-day review of the Link Builder tool.
For further information please contact:
Ken McGaffin, Chief Marketing Officer, Wordtracker.com
Tel: 0044 (0) 207 4855225
Cell: 0044 (0) 7872 695174
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