There is a new version of Backlink Analyzer. I added PageRank to it (hopefully that doesn't piss off Matt too bad), made the search term feature more reliable for deep backlink analysis (ie: it shouldn't crash if you are doing an analysis of the keywords in thousands of backlinks), and it also shows what URL extension the links are coming from, as well as the page the links are pointing at if you do a linkdomain search.
Please give it a try (or else).
If you find any problems with it please leave a comment on this post.
If it is not working when you try it here are some things to take note of
- off the start if it does not work you may have to click the preferences button (the one with two check marks on it) to de-check the "use proxy server" option if you do not want to use a proxy
- Norton (or equivalent) may block it
- make sure you set the result limit count to a reasonable number (like 100 or 1000)
- you have to select at least 1 engine to pull link data from
- if you want to enable PageRank, site age, etc. you have to check those features
- you cant get the keyword summary until the tool is done pulling in all the links
This thread will probably be up most of the rest of the weekend as I am reading a killer book and my internet access has been shifty recently. I have replaced the wall jack and all cords. A new router will be in next week. If my internet access is still unreliable that will speed up my decision of when and where to move.
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