LinkResearchTools Blog #

Ranking without links is really hard. Rankings are made with links.

We hope you enjoy and learn from our selection of case studies, tutorials and testimonials.

Secret SEO Tools
7 SEO Tools You Didn’t Know Exist

This is a post your competitors don’t want you to read. You will learn about seven fairly unknown SEO tools for 2019 that you most probably didn’t know exist. These tools ease your SEO work. You as an SEO, just need to bring those artful skills and enter the zone of creativity without going nuts on Excel macros, incompatible download formats and such.

Negative SEO Protection
Negative SEO Protection and Techniques

In today’s world, negative SEO has become a realistic threat. Various simple techniques are now commonly used to destroy competing businesses. Read here the most popular methods of negative SEO and learn how you can easily protect yourself.

Website Migration Drop
How to Avoid a Drop in Rankings after a Website Migration

You can lose a lot of links and organic traffic (and so sales) after a website migration or redesign. Follow these simple steps to fix and avoid that.

Repair Google Penalty
Google Penalty: 5 Simple Steps to Recovery

If you received an email from Google Search Console Team about unnatural inbound links that violate Google Webmaster Guidelines – then I know how you feel.

Improve Your Backlinks
13 Ways to Improve Backlinks That You Already Have

Your existing link profile is the most important asset your website has. We often forget how many thousands or even millions of links are sending visitors to your site on a daily basis, and of course, help you in Google rankings. Make it a daily habit to check and groom your backlinks and protect your rankings. Only then building new links will help you grow instead of keeping up. Read on and learn about 13 practical ways in which you can improve the backlinks you already have.

5 Magic Steps
5 Magic Steps to Refresh an Old or Expired Domain

Many SEOs may be asking themselves what’s the best way to refresh an expired domain or an older website that has been sitting there for a while with nobody creating new content or building new links. This is a very challenging question. Read on to discover some valuable general rules on how to refresh an old or expired domain.