Good deal on DealDotCom

Rank TrackerToday’s deal on DealDotCom is actually a very good one: Link Assistant’s Rank Tracker for $47 instead of $87.

It’s quite easy for checking rankings if you don’t have a big rank tracking system at your SEO company, and I even know some pretty big companies that use this tool all the time… For $47 it’s cheap as dirt, it works on Windows, Mac and Linux, so I suggest you buy it now before it sells out!

Update: the deal is gone now of course, but you can still buy the tool directly from Link-Assistant for $87, or download a trial version.

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7 Responses

  1. Dave DavisBy Dave Davis on 20 October, 2007

    Looks like a great product Joost but they lost another sale as a result of not accepting PayPal.

  2. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 20 October, 2007

    Yeah that sucks big time…

  3. Liam DelahuntyBy Liam Delahunty on 20 October, 2007

    If you select a state (whilst having a non US country selected) then the paypal option popped up for me…

  4. RoyBy Roy on 22 October, 2007

    I’m using TopicCrunch and it’s a lot less costly. Crushes all the duplicates and finds the best position your website achieved on the three top engines for multiple keywords.

    http://www.topicscape.com/TopicCrunch/search-engine-optimization-(SEO)-tool.html

    And it can produced a deduplicated list of all sites mentioning your specified keywords on a clickable web page. So you can know just who the competitors are.

    Roy

  5. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 22 October, 2007

    @Liam: hmm should have known that :)

    @Roy: well.. it can only take four keywords??? Since I usually check about 500 per client, that’s like, not enough.

  6. FeirBy Feir on 23 October, 2007

    Pity to be late. I think I would take a try. Thanks for the info.

  7. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 23 October, 2007

    Ey Feir: I’d still take the try if I were you :)