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, and provide as many services as we could without charging the community.
Before you dive in and start running reports here are a couple of tips and updates so you are prepared for the new site.
Both of these updates will prepare you for the new and more advanced Link Diagnosis experience. The new site has improved on all of the old functionalities and added tons of new features.
The new flash version of Link Diagnosis gives us the ability to sort information faster. Since we can display more and sort information easier you can now sort and organize your report using different criteria.
The reports page now displays information in a more user friendly layout. We have had numerous comments requesting better sorting and filtering features.
At the top left of the report page you will see the results from the report displaying the total number of backlinks, total number of unique anchor texts, and the number of pages indexed. On the top right users can select groups of links using the PageRank filter or the link type filter. Selecting links is helpful as you can now export specific links to CSV format.
There are 4 buttons below the overview data, which include:
Clicking the top of any of the columns will sort the results in ascending or descending order.
The pages indexed and most popular anchors display have also been modified for quick and easy sorting and improved display. See the below screen shots for a better layout of these pages.
Pages Indexed Display:
Most Popular Anchors:
The biggest update that Link Diagnosis has released is the ability to run a save a report and create projects. Some reports can take 15 minutes or more to complete, and we noticed that many users from the same IP address run the same report multiple times. To improve efficiency for our users we are now allowing users the ability to save these reports and retrieve them at anytime.
You can create your LinkDiagnosis.com account by following this link:
Once you have created your own account you will be able to quickly load saved reports and create projects. Here is a screen shot of the new navigation for Link Diagnosis accounts:
We are constantly working on new features and will be unrolling out new functionality in the coming months.
Please let us know what you think and send over any suggestions. We take your comments very seriously and read everyone’s feedback.