LinkResearchTools (LRT) allows you to see the impact a link will have on your backlink profile in the future.
Therefore we call our Link Simulation mode (or LORT in the classic app) also the “Time Machine for Links”.
Simulating the risk a potential link will have on your backlink profile is possible, because LRT’s DTOXRISK metric analyzes links as connections from Source to Target, and doesn’t just look at the source page like other tools or metrics.
This is a system we have in place since 2014, and some of the most successful customers in highly competitive industries swear by it, run their whole SEO operation around it.
You can upload a list of links to the product and calculate the potential impact within seconds.
If the overall Link Detox Risk (DTOXRISK) is below the calibrated 1000, the you should be good to go.
This is important to make a common practice to find “Link Gaps” and build those links as well.
Of course if you have a link gap, and those links are highly toxic, then better not build them – they are hurting your competitors probably.
So don’t blindly fill the link gap – make sure you only build low risk links.
The risk of a link risk as measured by Link Detox Risk (DTOXRISK) is calculated for every link automatically in Link Detox Smart and LinkResearchTools Smart
and also includes measurements of highly toxic signals like
- known Negative SEO Keywords
- known Negative SEO URL Patterns
- known Negative SEO Redirect Patterns
- known Negative SEO Rel Canonical Patterns
- Spam Examples by Google
- Weighted and Filtered User Ratings
More affordable than in the past
With the new Link Crawl Budget system replacing the old LRT Credits, we are able to cut the costs of simulating links dramatically by a magnitude of thousands. Every link you look at in the future can easily be simulated with maximum precision at a cost of aprox. 0.0002 EUR/USD.
All you need is a fully crawled and audited backlink profile in our system as base line.
Time is your most precious asset.
Christoph C. Cemper – founder of LinkResearchTools (LRT)