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Link Diagnosis Revolutions

In a world where version numbers seem to keep on racing towards exorbitantly higher, then higher still, version numbers without necessity, we propose having software packagers use Roman Numerals in emblazoning said new and improved numerics to their packages. So here we are, taking the red pill, and buckling the trend of focusing on adding to the major version numbers in favor of sticking with the tried and tested method … Read the Rest

Yahoo! BOSS will stick around after Bing Merger!

Hello there, Yahoo!’s BOSS API will soon include new features from Bing’s own Webmaster tools. The good news to Link Diagnosis users is that the tool will not go away after the merge. If you have a time machine, we encourage you to set the dials back to July 7, 2010 at around 700 GMT to take a peek at when our service “blew up”. That it happened in the … Read the Rest

Link Diagnosis Reloaded

Since our initial re-release last year, we've kept on improving lots of tiny bits and pieces here and there. Today is the culmination of this round of updating. There's no particular significance for the delay in the launch, other than the fact that we waited and played around with it too long and it's about time that it made its public debut. So to our dedicated users, thank you for … Read the Rest

Backlink/Extension Manager

One of the most notable things we've done with our FireFox extension is what we call the extension manager or the backlink manager. This was made possible because we went back to our codebase and took our sweet time rewriting it. The result is an application residing within FireFox that is more reliable and stable than its predecessors. The extension manager is not a replacement to keeping and maintaining an … Read the Rest

Top 10 New Features in Link Diagnosis

10) The results for all reports are wider Users can now easily enlarge a portion of the report for more usable viewing. Users can collapse and expand the sub-menus to analyze specific data instantly 9) Upgraded Blog The design and layout of the blog has been reformatted so that users can check up on Link Diagnosis news and updates. Don’t forget to read all the comments of each blog entry … Read the Rest

Link Diagnosis New Release

The Link Diagnosis team has been working hard to get the new site ready. Over the past several months we have read all of the comments in our last post and did our best to apply your requests to the new site. It has made the experience very challenging and fulfilling to integrate our thoughts and your ideas into a new upgraded site. We decided to keep the service free, … Read the Rest

We Want Feedback!

Hello Link Diagnosis Users, As always, we appreciate your loyalty, and wanted you to know that we are busy working on an updated free version and paid version of Link Diagnosis. We are not going to take any functionality away from the free tool version. We need your input though. What else could we be doing? How can we make the results better? Please provide your insights. Keep in mind … Read the Rest

LinkDiagnosis now in PHP

Link Diagnosis has been redesigned in PHP and moved to a new server. The tool is already performing about 20% faster. We are working hard to offer some additional services, which will allow you to control the speed of the tool. Every computer is different and different browser versions react differently so right now we have to keep the speed slower so it works for everyone. We will also be … Read the Rest

Site Diagnosis – are all your pages indexed properly?

I have just released a new feature to Link Diagnosis Firefox Extension that will allow easy diagnostics of the indexed pages on your website. Couple of weeks ago I was facing a tedious task of finding out which pages out of 100k on the site are indexed and which are not. I knew that some of them could have been marked as duplicate content or that Google simply didn’t indexed … Read the Rest

Getting how old the page is easily

For anyone who doesn’t know there is a date filter on Google which brings you only results that were created within the last xx period. See screenshot: When you use that filter and see the search result pages then you will see that under every listing there is a date which shows you when Google saw that page for the first time. We can then use this information to find … Read the Rest