Singapore based SEO Tools, Ahref’s has alert users that it’s website will be reorganizing it’s web address come the Wednesday, 15th of September.
Currently, Ahref’s serves all its tools from within the main domain at ahrefs.com. Going forward, however, all of the tools and app login will be moved to app.ahrefs.com.
User’s of Ahref’s however have to need to worry, there are no other additional changes to the platform.
Links that you have bookmarked/accessed in the past will simply redirect to the new web address. Projects, tracked keywords, and all other account data will also remain the same.
Users will also have to log out and log in again. Users of the platform are also asked to reach out to support if they face any issues.
Is this a hint that the Ahref’s search engine may be around the corner or under development? we are free to speculate, yes but it could also be the case of a simple website reorganization logic. we speculate nonetheless given this could be a very valid hint.
Ahref’s CEO, Dimitri Gerasimenko had announced plans for an Ahref’s search engine which prioritized supporting content creators and privacy. This new search engine would reward content creators directly from the search revenue with a favourable 90/20 split for publishers.
This is a pretty big vision coming from an SEO tool that works with search engines like Bing and Google. Just months ago Brave, a privacy-focused web browser, also launched its non-tracking based search dedicated to privacy.
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