Chrome Web Store – Monitor Backlinks

If you are using Google Chrome, we have developed a nice webstore app for Monitor Backlinks so you can access it faster. Currently it is very basic, you will be able to access Monitor Backlinks fast from your Chrome App Launch in New Tab. Try it and review the tool. Thanks!

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How to check Nofollow links in Chrome and Firefox

When building links to your website, it is very important to check if your links don’t have nofollow attribute. For Google and other search engines, nofollow means that link won’t improve your rankings, it won’t transfer any PageRank. A nofollow attribute looks like this: <a href=”[link]” rel=”nofollow”>[anchor]</a> Firefox and Chrome browsers extensions and plugins to check …

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Google Penguin 1.1 – 14 may 2012

Today, 14 may 2012, we saw some changes in our rankings. I know a lot of people got their rankings down by the Google Penguin Update on 24 April 2012. SE Round Table saw a lot of webmasters discussing about an increase in rankings today. On the left is what we monitored. Let me know …

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The New SEO Tool for 2012

We are trying to promote Monitor Backlinks as the 2012 SEO Tool. Why do we think it can be the best SEO Tool launched in 2012? It targets webmasters and freelance SEO’s instead of agencies, that is why we have free and very low cost packages. It is easy to optimize your code for SEO, because …

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The 3 Most Common HTTP Error Codes

When checking your HTTP header code, usually you want to get HTTP response code 200 or 301. The 200 code indicates that the page is operating correctly. The 301 code means that there’s a permanent redirect on this page. Visiting the URL will result in you bring redirected (successfully) to another page. Any other codes …

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