My buddy Josh Spaulding released a new toy today. Yup, Deep Linker Pro went live and so far it looks pretty damn cool. As much as I would love to stay away from this shiny object, Josh has never disappointed me in the past and today is no exception.
Deep Linker Pro is one of the easiest tools for submitting your websites to directories I have ever used. I was really impressed how quickly I was able to add two sites for submission within just a minute or two. Most tools force you to step through one directory at a time in a very painful, manual process. Deep Linker Pro is fully automated, simply add your website, select the category and hit submit. It is truly that easy. I’m at work today, submitting my sites with DLP running in the background.
Just think, SubmitEdge and others charge $15-145 bucks a site to do what DLP is doing for me for a one time cost of just the software alone. Its pretty cool.
You have the option of automatically submitting your sites, which is what I’m doing right now, completely hands off to hundreds of directories. There is also a manual mode too for submitting to directories that require captia. For being a manual process, Josh has made it as easy as can be to step through each of the directories.
For Deep Linking, which is what Deep Linker Pro is all about, there are a list of “Deep Link Directories” grouped together that allow you to automatically submit long tail deep urls within your site for even more one way back links.
Today is my first day using the tool so I don’t have any real world results as far as improved status in the SERPS. I have heard from friends who were on the beta test that saw results with just a couple days and were very impressed.
So far, I’ve install DLP without any problem what-so-ever. It has an extremely clean interface that’s very intuitive. And I have setup several websites within just a couple minutes.
If you need more backlinks, like we all do, need to get indexed, or if you use any pay directory submission services… save your money and check out Deep Linker Pro. I’ll try to leave a comment in a few days to let you all know if I see any improvements!