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LinkRisk Goes out of Beta

10 June 2013 BY

A few weeks ago we announced the arrival of a new service, LinkRisk. LinkRisk responds to the latest developments at Google when it comes to links: your link profile. It calculates your ‘link risk score’ and will tell you if you have and if so which, links are dangerous pointing at your website and need removal.

The service has been in beta for a few months and last week at SASCON officially opened its doors to the public. Meaning that from now on everyone can sign up for an account.

With the sign up LinkRisk is giving State of Search readers an exclusive discount. When signing up through the link below the demo video you might get a 3 month upgrade on your account.

To make as clear as possible what LinkRisk actually does the developers created this video to give you insight into the tool.

Sign up and potential discount

As said, LinkRisk is offering one of the State of Search readers an exclusive discount. Only if you sign up through the link below your account might be picked as the one who gets a three month upgrade to the next level!

Sign up here

 

Note that this offer is ONLY APPLICABLE FOR TWO DAYS!

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/117284429491199188414 Alan Charncok

    It seems to be saying 301s from old sites to new sites are bad links even though they are pointing to the exact page they should be.

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