The website link analyzer will analyze an entered domain/URL for internal and external anchor links and check if they should be followed by search engines or not, i.e. follow links and nofollow links. It also checks their anchor text, i.e., which text was used to link to those internal or external web pages. With the link analyzer, you can keep track of the internal and external links on your web page.
The website's internal and external links analyzer visits the URL, analyzes which anchor links the webpage contains, and then breaks down the links into external and internal links. The tool works as
The external links are those of a separate website or domain, and the internal links are the website's links of the same website or domain.
To analyze the links open the link analyzer tool. Enter any URL in the above input field and press enters to send a request to our system. Our tool will instantly visit the live URL in real-time and gather the required data from its HTML source code, and after analyzing the data, it will show output in a few seconds. One thing to keep in mind is that our tool will only analyze the URL which you enter here. If you want to examine your whole website (which means all pages of your site), you will have to enter each separate URL one by one to check the internal and external links of those individual pages. Entering the main page URL of your domain will not analyze your whole domain.
The link analyzer tool will show the following data:
Once you enter a URL, it will show you the data mentioned above, which can be used to analyze the individual pages of your website. This analysis can help you instantly check how many links are on your page, and this is the same data that search engines will see when they crawl your pages. Moreover, to avoid any penalty from search engines, this tool will help you to keep your external links within the limit you want to keep. Because too many external links also negatively impact your search engine ranking and overall domain authority because every outbound link you keep on your page without a no-follow attribute passes the link juice to other domains concerning search engine algorithms.
When search engines see any outbound link on your page on which you haven't put a nofollow attribute, search engines assume that those pages are significant in front of you. Their search algorithm gives them favor while ranking those pages in search against the keywords defined by you as anchor text while including those links in your web page(s).
Whether you like to measure how many links your webpage contains or want to keep an eye on nofollow or follow links, this tool helps you check all this. With the evolution of search engines, checking your web page's health regularly has become vital to avoid search engine penalties. The outbound links from your pages can damage your page's reputation if you are linking too many outbound links without the nofollow attribute in anchor tags. According to search engines, the lousy neighborhood of your website will also damage your ranking and page authority. However, keeping the external links with nofollow will save your entire domain or web page.
This website link analyzer instantly checks how many total anchor links are on your web page. Depending on your chosen option, it displays all internal, external, or both links by separating them into categories.
Adding a nofollow attribute to those outbound links that are not 100% authentic and may contain questionable content is better. Adding a nofollow attribute to outbound links guarantees that your website's search engine rankings will not be affected if those outbound links contain malware or lousy content. You may have seen outbound links on pages in WordPress websites that regular visitors and sometimes spammers add in comments. Most webmasters use plugins to automatically append a nofollow to those links added in comments by visitors.
To add a nofollow attribute to your existing anchor tags, here is an example: Add a
rel="nofollow" attribute to your
a tags in HTML.
Adding a nofollow attribute to your internal links is not recommended because this will not benefit you in any way. Because it is favorable for you if you link your website's pages with each other so that search engines can quickly discover new pages of your site and the user experience enhanced with that. However, if you want a few pages of your website not to include in the search engines index, you can add a noindex meta tag in your specific pages, instructing the search engines not to include those pages in their search index. Or you can also generate robots.txt to instruct the search engine crawler.
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