What’s New at Loganix in 2021?
In today’s updates post, we’re going to go over some of the features we’ve shipped in the first chunk of 2021 (January, February, March, April).
- Dashboard glow up
- We accept bitcoin (yes really)
- New done-for-you SEO audits
- 100s of new links added
- New case studies
- FREE SEO tool alert 🚨
1. Dashboard glow up
We have updated our dashboard. We have made our dashboard pretty.
March = dashboard glow up! 💅 💥
Don’t worry, we checked what to glow up means:
And that’s just what we’ve done, we made our dashboard more attractive (and useful).
Now you can see invoices, orders, tickets and active subscriptions all from one dashboard:
Oh and we’ve also organised the side bar so you can find stuff easier:
2. We accept ACH + bitcoin (yes really)
Not all that much to say about this tbh, it does what it says on the tin… we accept ACH and bitcoin as methods of payment.
When checking out in the dashboard, you’ll see the option:
It does take a sec to settle. It’s not instant. So we see it come in, and then we manually mark the payment as made and then they can proceed with giving us inputs.
ACH is instant though.
3. New done-for-you SEO audits
We now have two website audit variations: Mini Website Audit and Website SEO Audit.
Here’s what cha’ get in each of the audits:
These audits give you a detailed snapshot of how well your website is optimized for search engines. But instead of beating you over the head with a bloated data dump, we collect up your SEO data and organise it in a usable report.
Honestly, look at it:
We give you actionable insights and opportunities that we find to put your site on the right path.
A finished audit looks a little something like this:
Go order your audit now (if you want to).
4. 100s of new links added
What’s better than a bunch of high quality links? A bunch of high quality links you can BUY for your site or your clients!
We’ve added 100s of new sites to our Shop the List page:
The links in our inventory go through a pretty strict quality assessment process to make sure they are good links.
For us, a good link = one you actually want pointing at your site or your clients.
You can about our entire backlink quality assessment process, but if you want the TLDR, here is what we look at for each link:
- Domain and Hosting Details – As a first check, dangerous sites are eliminated by analyzing critical factors such as; DNS and A record, Uses SSL / https etc
- Core Metrics – Domains must meet, at a bare minimum, the following observable metrics
- Site History and Trends – To weed out gamed metrics, false authority, and sneaky spam, we also evaluate historical factors.
- Manual Content Review – Finally, our team manually reviews 5 – 10 recent posts for quality
5. New case studies
It’s a work in progress but we just launched our Case Studies page as presented by Willem Smythe* below:
Since 2010, we’ve worked with 1000s of teams to get results like 7 times MORE keywords on the first page of Google.
There’s just the one case study up for now, but there are more coming soon.
*Note: this Willem Smythe. He presents our graphics. He is absolutely, definitely not a poorly cropped photo of Will Smith.
6. FREE SEO tool alert 🚨
And last but by no means least, we built a thing!
And by thing, we mean a Domain Authority Checker Tool
Our free to use tool pull useful SEO metrics for each URL:
- Moz DA and PA
- Ahrefs DR and UR as well as Backlinks and Referring Domains
- Majestic TF, CF, Ratio and TTF
- Google Traffic and Keywords
- IP, Host and Country
It’s simple to use, just drop in up to 10 URLs at a time and boom, you’ve got metrics:
What should we improve next?
How do you like these improvements? Got a feature request?
Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback. Don’t forget that you can submit and upvote feature requests here 😉
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