URLProfiler has been my secret weapon for the past few months and if you are serious about SEO it will be a part of your arsenal too.
I was part of the beta testing group and have been in the lucky position to master this tool which has significantly improved several of my day to day processes for many different things. URLProfiler carries out numerous checks on a list of URL’s which really help speed up link classification – it is equally useful whether you are reverse engineering a competitor link building campaign, doing a Panda audit or simply auditing links due to a manual penalty.
In this post I will cover how you can use the tool to help you to audit a link profile and build up a contact list for link removals.
Adding URL’s to URLProfiler
When I conduct a link audit I start by pulling together as much information as possible from all the different SEO tools I have access to. I combine all of this data into one single file and load into URLProfiler.
Importing your URL’s into URLProfiler is very easy and it accepts a lot of common file formats. You can import either a CSV or TXT file with the data you want to analyse. There is also the option to import files from common SEO tools such as Google Webmaster Tools, Moz, Ahrefs, Majestic SEO and Screaming Frog.
Simply right click on the URL list area and the option to paste a list of URL’s or import a file will show up. Continue reading