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About Link Analyzer

Link analyzer is an easy way to perform a link analysis of pages on your website, as well as for competing websites. Comparing the link profiles of highly ranked pages can provide insight for how to improve your own page's ranking.

How to use the link analysis options

Relationship option

The relationship option can filter links that have been specifically marked for search engine to index (follow) or not index. (no-follow)

Target option

The target option can filter links based on the 'target' specified for the link, like Open In New Window.

Scope option

The scope option filters link based on what website the link is pointing to. You can specify links only for the same website, different websites, or even links that are used only for triggering Javascript code.

Content option

The content options refers to the the anchor text of the link is, for example; text or an image, or a mix of both, or empty. If it is a text-link, the text is displayed in the links list; or if the link is on an image, the image is shown in the links list.

Why does it take so long?

A full link analysis may take a few moments if a site is rather large because is searching the net to check all of the back links for a specific URL. If a site has a lot of backlinks, the report will take longer than if it only has a few.

What is "Most Popular Anchors"?

This information displays the top anchors that are being used for the site.

Can I run a report for just a single page?

Yes, running single page reports are a great way to get detailed information about one a single pages performance.

How is Link Strength calculated?

This formula has been used to calculate for Link Strength, of course other factors also have to be considered, but generally speaking this can offer reasonable close approximations, as long as there are no extenuating circumstances:

Link Strength = (PR + 1)3 x 4 / outbound links

What do "Follow" And "No Follow" mean?

  • No-follow means a page that should NOT be crawled by search engines;
  • Follow means pages are should crawled by search engines.

What does Internal SSD mean?

If the link analysis indicates that a link is pointing to an internal website, it is considered to be pointing to the same sub-domain and would be listed as "Internal SSD".

What does DSD mean?

If the link analysis indicates that a link points to a different sub-domain it is listed as "Internal DSD".

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