G-Lock Software Backlinks Diver

Backlink popularity is one of the factors that search engines use to rank websites. The importance of your website in the eyes of search engines grows as far as the number of backlinks grows. A smart choice of link building methods produces great results — higher website rankings and more targeted visitor traffic.

But links appear and die. It's normal that the number and quality of backlinks to the site change with time. To be on top in search engine rankings, you have to keep an eye on your existing backlinks and know what is happening to them now. Knowing your backlinks status, you'll understand when you need to include link building into your SEO plan to boost your website ranking.

You probably own a tool that builds links and need to check how many links to your website exist on the sites you've just submitted to. When far more important tasks need your attention, the last thing you want to do is spend hours manually opening each page in the browser and check if the backlink is still there. A good link checker tool can do the job of backlink checker and PageRank checker for you, giving you more time for your business tasks.

So, you can spend big bucks and countless hours monitoring your backlinks manually… or you can use the most powerful backlink checker tool on the web…


 

Use BackLink Diver to Track the Presence and Quality of Your Backlinks

Providing that many people use various link building tools to get backlinks and want to know if their backlinks remain live and valuable over time, we've come up with a great piece of software called BackLink Diver.

BackLink Diver is for everyone who wants to see where his site is currently listed and control the SEO quality of pages linking to the site. BackLink Diver will parse a list of URL's and tell you if your link is still on the page providing you with a fast analysis of your linking profile. This information is important if you plan to remain in the top search engine results for your targeted keywords. The tool will also run a PageRank checker to see how valuable the pages linking to you are.

You can pay for a Backlinking Service and get a report with thousands of URL’s. I bet you don't parse a thousand pages manually to make sure your link is alive on each page. You check a dozen or two random URL’s and leave it as is assuming you got what you paid for. Our Backlink Diver eliminates the doubt of whether a particular page is linking to your site or not and delivers you a detailed report about your backlinking profile in minutes.

With this little backlink checker tool you can check:

  • if a link to your website is present on a particular page
  • when the link is present, if it's DoFollow or NoFollow
  • what the anchor text and URL of the link are
  • The PageRank checker feature will tell you what the PageRank of the page where the link is present is and what the PageRank of the domain linking page is
  • how many external links are on the page
  • if the page linking to your site is indexed by Google or not [a website can set up a robot’s meta tag to tell search engines not to crawl/index the page with your links. Moreover, content can be cloaked or generated on the fly by scripts that run at the time the webpage is loading. This content is usually not indexed by search engines]

Download Backlink Diver Trial Version Now!

and that's not all…

What else can you do with Backlink Diver? Keep reading below:

  • search for your link on the page either by domains or keywords in the link anchor text
  • manage as many projects as you need
  • add an unlimited number of lists to each project
  • export verified URLs to an Excel file
  • add the URLs of the pages where your links are active to Backlinks Indexer

BackLink Diver has a unique feature that you won't find with any other similar tool — it is integrated with BackLinks Indexer. With one mouse click you can add the URLs of the pages where your links are active to your account on BackLinks Indexer to have the URLs syndicated across a large network of Web 2.0 Blogs, Micro Blogs, Social Bookmarking Sites, etc. and force search engines to index those pages.


How Does Backlink Diver Work? … Simply!

You enter the domains that you want to search for into the backlink checker. Then you paste in a list of URLs that should contain your backlink into the backlink verifier and click the 'Verify' button. From here Backlink Diver works its magic. The backlink verifier software will crawl EACH URL and report whether a valid backlink has been found. The backlink verifier software will also show the anchor text used and whether the link is dofollow or nofollow.

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Startup Guide (PDF)

 

You can use the trial version of Backlink Diver for free for 14 days. Then you must buy the 1-year license for $39 [full support and program updates included].

Purchase One Year License for $39 Right Now!


Comments (23)

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    Peter

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    To use this tool, I take it you are required to load a list into the software? Which means you need to have access to another system in order to export this list.

    Tried using this, but have no idea what I’m supposed to do. Tried loading list in CSV and TXT format, doesn’t seem to want to accept anything. Don’t know if this is a bug.

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    Divakar Mishra

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    Hi,

    I just downloaded and installed this tool, checked 14 URL where my link is placed and it provided 12 correct and 2 incorrect result. So its not giving authentic and accurate results. I think more updation is required to improve accuracy?

    Thanks,
    Divakar

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      Julia

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      Hi Divakar,

      Please, note that Backlink Diver searches for external links on the page only. For example, if you search for your own link on a page from your own website, the result will be “Links not found”. If it’s not your situation, you can send the URLs where the result was incorrect and your domains you searched for to us at support@glocksoft.com. We will check where the problem can be.

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    ViiWorks Web Services

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    It’s great that you offer opportunities for review on software as such. As SEO becomes trickier and competition becomes tighter amongst websites, it is very important to find a “working” solution. I am looking forward to testing and seeing how this beta software works. Thank you.
    –Maybelle

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    Watch Hd Movies

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    i have been using your Software from ages and found them really a handy toolkit for great SEO of your site, have ranked many of my sites including fewer movies and tech blogs, Thanks for beta test. I am gonna try it and will leave feedback later ๐Ÿ™‚

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    ื”ื•ืžืื•ืคืชื™ื”

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    This is a very nice program, but is not so easy or friendly for user.
    I would have tried to make it more simple interface and easy to use buttons.

    thanx

    Avishay

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    Applied Visions

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    Hello,

    I would like to join the user forum but your link shows me only a 403 error. Could you please check it

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    gerry

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    Hello everyone,
    And thank you for the oportunity trying out this software.
    Will start to implement in the next couple of hours and from there I will update you on my progress. After I have tried out the software over the next few days I will post any information that can be of help.

    Thank you once again, kindest regards and best wishes to you all at G Lock Software, Gerry.

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    Smileys Facebook

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    This software is awesome, just need to do some changing..

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    therustyfender

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    I tried a website that I know has good external links inbound and is also a pr5 site. It only shows 21 links and under status says Fail-links not found. When testing my own site it shows no links at all I should have 32 sites linking in. I like your g-lock blog finder software keep up the great work. If you need more details let me know. -Frank

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      Julia

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      Hi Frank,

      Thank you for your report. Please, note that Backlink Diver searches for external links on the page only. For example, if you search for your own link on a page from your own website, the result will be “Links not found”. If it’s not your situation, you can send the URLs where the result was incorrect and your domains you searched for to us at support@glocksoft.com. We will check where the problem can be.

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    Matthias

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    Is the integration with Backlinks Indexer working? I entered my API, but only get “Invalid” when trying to add URLs.

    Also support for proxy server would be nice.

    Otherwise a very useful tool. Especially after I found the “hidden” paste function.

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      Julia

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      Yes, the integration with the Backlinks Indexer works well. Please, make sure that you entered the correct API key and that you selected the URLs that you want to add to Backlinks Indexer.

      We’ll add the proxy support in the next beta 2 version of Backlink Diver.

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    DeltaSEO

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    I have a trial list of 300+ recently created profile links with anchor texts.

    I loaded the list into the software successfully and ran the link checker. ALL the links were registered as “NOT FOUND” … yet they are all there – I have checked them manually. The links are found on forums etc and are external links to clients’ websites.

    If I could be sure that this software produced accurate results I’d be a big fan, especially with the index submission … but as it is I’m yet to be convinced.

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      Julia

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      Can you send us a few URLs where your backlinks exist but Backlink Diver does not see them? It would really help us improve the program. If don’t mind, send the URLs and domains you used to search for backlinks at support@glocksoft.com.

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    Jenny

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    This is very easy to use, I didn’t even need to read the pdf. But unfortunately, it’s not what I was looking for. It would be handy after you find all of your backlink urls to keep track of them, but I need to find my urls first. Thanks

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      Matt

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      @jenny. Couple tools you can use to build that initial list. Google webmaster tools (free), or the paid tools of seomoz open site explorer, majesticseo or ahrefs.

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    Bob

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    Hello,

    I haven’t well understand the utility of proxy servers: they are useful only to check the pagerank and index? And without proxy servers is not possible to check these parameters?

    Thank you.

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    SEO Scotland

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    Been looking for a quality back link checker for months to show all the backlinks and page rank of the backlinks. I have read your article which I stumbled upon in Google. I will download your trial version and hopefully this is what I am looking for. Previously I was using backlink watch but this does not seem to update and only shows a limited number. Thanks

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    Jagoda

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    Your software has a lot of interesting options for a fracture of price of those most popular SEO tools. It’s really a great tool for somebody who, like myself, have little knowledge in SEO field and would like to start promoting their website.

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