Would anyone like access to my latest, private, SEO tool?
Using the excellent API from ahrefs.com, the tool requires the input of 3 websites (from the same industry, perhaps) and compares (graphically) several pieces of information about each site including # of unique IP addresses, # of class C addresses and # of domains that point towards the sites.
This information is seemingly something that you can get of course from other tools – and even tools that I have produced in the past – but this tool keeps all the information in one tidy place. It is just a quicker way to see all the information at once, but crucially in graphical, not numeric form. Those of you that know me, know that i hate numbers.
Another part of the tool is the Linking Stats section which compares the best (according to ahrefs.com) linking domains to each site. You can see an extract below:
What this section also does is shows the most common link texts that point towards a domain. The number to the left of the link texts is the counted number of links.
I have to say, many website owners that I am speaking to at the moment that have had severe spankings by Google have very little brand text links but lots and lots of ‘seo-style link texts’ (e.g. ‘blue widgets’, but not ‘www.widgetworld.com’ as link texts). When you see this information combined with the # of unique IP addresses, you see why the good sites are where they are and the poor sites that bought links from erroneous link companies and chose poor SEO companies that ‘got’ them tens if not hundreds of ‘seo text’ links are where they are.
So, when you see both of these sections together on the same page (graphical stats plus the above table), you have a very clear understanding (in most cases) of why a site plays a certain part in an industry.
So, here is a full example of the tool. You will have to click to see the tool in full screen, so that you can clearly read the text.
If you would like to have access to the tool, please respond by commenting below and I will send you a URL to use.