Checks all links on a webpage, determines whether they are internal or external (outgoing), dofollow, or nofollow, and displays this information in an organized table.
What is a link analysis tool?
A link analysis tool enables us to analyze links between keywords, websites, or any other kind of data we want. You can find out how many times certain words are used together and determine their relationship into clusters. This way you get an overview of the most relevant information about your topic without having to sift through pages and pages of unimportant data.
Google’s Keyword Planner has been around long enough that it should be familiar to anyone who uses Google Analytics. But if you’re like me, you’ve never really paid attention to what they actually do behind the scenes until now – and I’m not even talking about the different plans they offer.
The basic version of the Keywords Planner is free to use. It doesn’t provide much insight into keyword demand, but it does help you understand how people search for things online, including keywords. However, it only tells you how often people are searching for certain terms – and doesn’t tell you how many clicks those searches generate. That way, you won’t know how effective your SEO efforts have been.
What is page link analysis?
Page link analysis (PLA) is a technique that allows us to understand how people navigate through web pages. By analyzing the order in which users click back or forward buttons we can gain insight into the website structure and user behavior.
How to use the Link Analysis tool?
Link analysis is a simple tool that helps you to check the total links present within your webpage. First, enter your main URL to check the links and hit on entering button.
- You will get the list of total links as – total linked, external, internal, and nofollow external links in one box.
- In the second box, you will get the list of total links with anchor text.