New Release of the Ontolo Link Building Toolset

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The Ontolo guys Garrett and Ben are at it again with the launch of the V2 of their Link Building Toolset… And from the demo videos it looks like link building just got easier. We interviewed them here, and wrote about one of their free tools here

Here is what they said in the press release about the tool and how it benefits link builders.

  • Discover and analyze thousands of link prospects with little effort: Ontolo finds and grades link prospects based on your SEO keywords as well as your targeted link opportunities such as Guest Posts, Sponsored Links, .Gov and .Edu Links, etc.
  • Save time spent searching for contact information: Ontolo finds and records all available contact information for each prospect URL, including contact pages, email addresses, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
  • Instantly search thousands of targeted prospects, with hundreds added nightly: Ontolo provides 26 keyword-searchable, customized link prospect reports and search forms that make it easy to identify your most relevant and valuable link prospects with the click of a button.

They told me it’s a custom, searchable database of link prospects with different filters that help you narrow in on one single kind of prospect. Very different from just a list of competitor backlinks.

Find Donation Link Prospects in 3 Minutes: V2 Demo: Ontolo Link Building Toolset from Ontolo on Vimeo.

You can also use it for finding bloggers for outreach.

Find Blog Link Prospects in 3 Minutes: V2 Demo: Ontolo Link Building Toolset from Ontolo on Vimeo.

They have a custom demo set up for SEO and Social Media bloggers that looks like a good resource too.

Ann Smarty
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project,
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  • Jeff

    I just wish the Ontolo guys wouldn't do the incredibly long sales page under the “pricing” page. I just want to know what are the pricing plans, thats why I clicked on it. Instead, I'm presented with scrolling pages worth of features and benefits, and at the end, I have to click another button just to find out how much one of them is actually going to cost.