New Free Google Backlink Checker Tool for Penguin & Disavow Analysis

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New Free Tool, the Google Backlink Checker Tool for Penguin & Disavow Analysis
by Jim Boykin
July 18, 2013

We have a new Free Tool for everyone ? the Google Backlink Checker for Penguin & Disavow Analysis

I?m happy to announce today that we?re releasing the first of our free Backlink Analysis tools which are designed to help analyze a websites backlinks in order to find patterns that will help you know which links you might want to consider disavowing through Google?s Disavow Tool.

We have 4 copies of this tool, all free, and I?ll keep it free?but in the future you may have to login to that particular forum to use it. We put a copy on 4 of our forum communities websites, you can access anyone of them at:


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I should also give a BIG warning on using this tool. There?s the potential that you could make things worse if you disavow the wrong links. There are NO tools that will tell you what is ?good? and ?natural? and what is ?paid or patterned, or networked??there can be patterns that are not issues, and there can be patterns that are issues?in the end, someone has to click on hundreds to thousands of links to ?look? at what that page is, and basically decide the user intent of how that link got there (because Google can now basically algorithmically check and clean out ~97%* of those (*Jim?s guess)). Then one has to decide how much, and which ones they are going to remove with the Disavow tool. Remove too many links and you?re not going to be back as high as you could have been, remove to few links, and you can be stuck in Google?s Penguin Hell for even longer. This is an expert tool, to use this tool you must Think about the links, there are no scores of ?this is Bad, and this is Good??there?s a mystery in the patterns, can you find the bad patterns?
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camcamcz

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Nice tool! Very helpful.

Does google eventually figure out about the dead domains and take them off their list as backlinks?
 

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