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Christoph C. Cemper started working in the internet marketing business as an SEO and Link Builder in 2003, and developed SEO software for internal use since 2006.

In 2009, he launched his popular SEO and Link Tools as LinkResearchTools in the SaaS model.

When the famous Google Penguin updates changed the rules of SEO in 2012, Christoph launched Link Detox, software for finding links that pose a risk in a website’s backlink profile.

Christoph has been talking and writing about link risk management since early 2011 and introduced the technology and formal process for ongoing link audits in 2012 as well as pro-active removal and “disavow” of bad links.

Ongoing innovations include the organic data-driven algorithm Link Detox Genesis and innovative technologies like Link Detox Boost Christoph maintains the product market-leading link audit software to help thousands of webmasters. Christoph publishes articles on industry magazines like Search Engine Land, Search Engine Journal and Marketing Land speaks at dozens of conferences a year among other SEO experts, runs his own SEO and Online Marketing Conferences for four years, and continues to influence the online marketing industry with articles and appearances at major news outlets and events.

Christoph entered the computer industry as a teenager and started developing and marketing C-64 computer game projects in 1988. From the early nineties, he built large scale online betting systems for lotteries around the world as well as internet e-commerce applications from 1999 on as well as large-scale industry production facility automation software with his development teams.

A master in Marketing, over a decade of experience in online marketing, and over five years of running a SaaS business are the skills profile Christoph brings to the table today. And from what you can tell by talking to him he is only getting started.

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