Problem: Paid links expire, get noFollow-ed or removed without notice
Paying for links is a hefty expense.
Naturally, you want to have a clear overview of how much money you spend on each project / client and check the health of your paid links.
If your links expire, you will want to know when this happens and to get a notification before they do.
Keeping track of prices and dates in spreadsheets can be a real challenge, especially with a larger amount of clients and backlinks purchased monthly.
Solution: Clear overview of paid link expenses and expiration dates
With Base, you’ll have a clear overview of your paid links at all times.
This includes their prices as well as expiration dates, anchors, URL targets and link health.
This will help you determine whether you’ve stayed within the budget for each specific project and see if you have any additional resources left.
You will also be able to keep track of the link expiration dates and get monthly notifications in the form of “Links that will expire in this month” email, so you can react accordingly and in a timely manner.
Bonus happiness: See if your paid links get removed before the arranged expiration date
Although you paid for a backlink fair and square, not all editors will keep their end of the bargain.
It’s not unusual for backlinks to get removed, noFollow or their anchors change after some time, whether you paid for them or not.
Base will make sure to inform you about any change so you can react quickly.Start my FREE plan
Our link management tool is both - easy on the eyes and easy to use. Check out our demo video to see just how user-friendly our link building tool is, how you can use its features to monitor backlinks, check link health and streamline your off-site SEO workflow.
“Our LB team grew from 4 to 10 link builders in one month, but with Base, we were able to both train them and overview their work seamlessly. As a result, new link builders, by simply using existing database, contacts and metrics, we’re able to create quality links literally on the first month.”
“Not only has my SEO team seen a giant jump in productivity, but we also figured out how to use Base for analytics purposes on outreach VAs. Now we can track the success rate and amount of work they do for each external VA and use this info to pivot outreach strategies easily.”
“Base allowed our link builders to claim LB opportunities or targets for specific clients, so other team members can’t contact the same website for the same client and create confusion, frustration, double work, and “link combat.” It literally saved me a ton of time on people problems management.”
“Once we migrated our database to Base our link building productivity skyrocketed. Management got usable data on projects, and outreach and prospecting team finally got a way to collaborate more easily.”