LinkAssistant for Mac
Building a solid and high quality partners database for your website can help you improve your site’s reputation and bring it higher in the search results pages. LinkAssistant is a Mac app designed to help you create connections with other websites.
Having links to your website published on other similar webpages can help you publicize your work and make it available to a larger user database. However, keep in mind that the websites that link to your page must have a good reputation themselves, to help your ranking.
Clean and organized user interface, as well as extensive documentation
LinkAssistant comes with a classic and highly functional design and keeps its tools organized in various tabs: Partners, Email, Browser and Report. In addition, via the Preferences window you get to personalize the project details, workspace, adjust the behavior of the partner / email management tools, the company profile and much more.
To help you get started, via the LinkAssistant Help menu, the developers provide access to the app’s support documentation and to a SEO (search engine optimization) guide designed to bring you up to speed. These are very useful if you just started promoting your website.
Find partner websites and manage link requests
Right off the bat, LinkAssistant enables you to quickly find partner websites by performing searches with different criteria: keywords, link submission forms, sites that link to your competitors, that already link to you and more. This way you can easily find the webpages that are covering the same areas as yourself.
LinkAssistant allows you to send link requests and enables you to manage the related correspondence in the Email area. Moreover, you get to browse the partner websites via the built in web browse and even generate reports.
Complete solution for building links
LinkAssistant offers you a plethora of tools that can be used to find partner websites and create connections in a streamlined manner. Nonetheless, keep in mind that the link quality is as important as the database size.