How many web pages leave links? How many are external and how many internal? Are they all do follow or is there also nofollow? With our fantastic link analyzer, you can have all that information in a second. What are you waiting for? Now pass the URL you want to analyze.
How does the link analyzer work?
Its operation is so simple that it needs few explanations, but let's see a bit of what it is and what it does exactly.
To start, we just need to place the URL we want to analyze and click on "Send." You must bear in mind that the URL will be analyzed and not the entire domain. Our tool analyzes all the links that the page has.
When finished, you can see four statistics: total, internal, external and no follow links. The sum of the internal and external links should give you the number of total links. Also, links that are not counted as nofollow will be dofollow.
In addition to the counter, you will see the links on the table. On the one hand, you will find the internal links. Here you will have the list of all the links that point to internal pages of the same domain. On the right, along with each link, you can see if it's dofollow or nofollow links.
On the other hand, you will have external links, those that point to other domains than the one analyzed. In this case, you can also know what these external links are and if they are dofollow or not.
What is the use of analyzing the links on a page?
If it is our website, it is very important to have all the links that leave, as well as their typology, controlled at all times. Think that you should try to keep all the link juice on your website, without forgetting to link to other reference pages that can be interesting for the user. It is about creating a balance in all these aspects in order to guarantee the best experience and the best result.
In addition, another very important factor for the positioning of the web is the internal link building, that is, the links between URLs of your own domain. We will have to create a correct internal structure between our pages that favor both the flow of users and the robots of the search engines.
This tool can only be used to analyze the links on one page at a time. In link audit you should analyze each web page indivitually, and not just the domain of a website!
As a side note, it is worth noting that this SEO tool can also be very useful when analyzing the websites of the competitors. With a simple click, you will be able to know to whom it links and how many URLs. Now that you have the tool and the information, you can start to take advantage of it. Take advantage of!