Comparison

Link prospecting, or in other words, looking for websites which you could get a link from and improve search engine rankings for the site you are promoting is a fine art, but by no means an obscure or an esoteric one. From fresh, wet behind the ears bloggers, to link builders trying to get their 40th guest post for the month, link prospecting becomes one of those ingrained mental reflexes which trigger even when you don't want or need them to. You see a ‘write for us’ page, and your adrenaline starts pumping without consideration to the niche inadequacy, quality or any other feature of the site hosting it.

However, despite this activity being so important and common, there are still only a couple of link prospecting tools out there. Not only that, but most of them only offer prospecting capabilities as an afterthought or a bonus to software which seems to have other priorities.

That’s why we made Dibz, a specialized link prospecting tool, which can be used to perform other research tasks, but which is focused on this one activity, and provides for all of its demands, whether you are working for a huge digital marketing agency or just want to promote your personal blog.

To see how Dibz compares to other providers of similar solutions, BuzzStream, ScrapeBox and Citation Lab’s Link Prospector, we have outlined their main differences in the table below.

Features

Fully customizable plans and pricing

Advanced query refinement, date range, results language

Beginner-friendly interface

Customizable, transparent research templates

Advanced, fully customizable SPAM filter for prospects curation

Anchors, Domain Rating, Referring Domains and Social data for prospect qualification

Save your custom research templates

Usable on mobile devices

Email grabber