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AuthoritySpy is a software which finds the influencers in your niche or market area. It discovers the movers and shakers by searching websites such as AllTop, Twitter and Followerwonk.
If you do outreach at a scale, or do it with a team, you need a tool like Buzzstream. Buzzstream makes the messy job of email outreach and link building streamlined and organized. Make sure to check out their new prospecting and email-finding features.
Check my Link
If you are doing some broken-link building then this software is the best for you. Check my Link provides with a click of a button, checks the webpage for broken links.
Citation Labs’ Broken Link Finder
Instead of hunting for broken links page-by-page, the Broken Link finder proactively searches the web for them. All you need to do is enter a keyword and the tool will scour the internet for broken links and hand it to you on the page. Also you can hit the Wayback Machine and you can find what the content was.
Citation Labs’ Link Prospector
An Industrial level link opportunity finder. Link Prospector scans the web for link building opportunities like resource pages, guest posts, blogs, new sites and more.
DIBZ is a cool link prospecting tool. Just enter the type of links you want to build and it’ll get to work finding link opportunities.
Domain Hunter Plus
Domain Hunter Plus is similar to Check My Links. But this tool also checks to see if the broken link’s domain is available for registration. The problem with finding a domain name with this tool is that the authoritative domains tend to get scooped up pretty quickly. Still a helpful tool for broken link building or the Moving Man Method though.
Free Broken Link Checker
This tool checks a website for broken links. Helpful for broken link building.
Grouphigh is a blogger outreach software.
Despite have the similar list of features, it is pretty easy to use. Just enter a few keywords to find blogs in your industry. Then filter by Domain Authority and last post date to whittle down the list to bloggers hat are worth reaching out to. You can also reach oute to them within the platform.
GuestPost Tracker is a software which has a database of more than 1000 guest posting website. The tool also allows you to track sites that you’ve submitted to. Their sales copy emphasizes that the sites on their list are not part of a PBN. I took a look at a few of the sites in their database and they looked legit.
HARO (Help a Reporter Out)
Want to get backlinks from the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal? You can hire HARO to do the job. HARO is a connecting service connecting journalists with sources. If you hook a journalist up with a nice quote or stat, they’ll reward you up with a mention or link.
A decent blogger outreach tool. Just enter a keyword and Inky Bee shows you bloggers in that industry. Inky Bee allows you to sort by Domain Authority/ Page Authority. That way you focus on the big shots in your industry.