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Ann Smarty looks at four free tools for tracking the anchor text used in your backlinks, and the inbound links to your competition.
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from goodnewscowboy 2251 Days ago #
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I think Ann should be nominated for Queen of Useful SEO Siteware.

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from earlpearl 2250 Days ago #
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thank you very much.Dave

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from HawaiiSEO 2250 Days ago #
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Sweet... Ever since Jim made his back-link checker a paid service I’ve been looking for something new. (Sorry Jim)

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from hugoguzman 2250 Days ago #
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Haven’t verified how well these tools work, but the article is still Sphinnworthy for the effort alone.We actually uses Jim’s piad Ninja tool, but we’re always on the lookout for a better (and free) option. In fairness to Jim, though, his premium tool/service is actually a bundle of many different tools and services.

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from onreact 2249 Days ago #
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Very helpful.

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