Internal links are roadsigns for both users and search engine bots. You assign linkjuice to your internal pages, through your internal links. The more internal links a webpage has, the more of the total linkpower for the website as a whole, it recieves.
Internal linking errors
Do you have control over your internal links?
Take control of your internal links
With the Link Analyzer
Linking to dead pages is problematic, as your pouring valuable internal link juice into pages that cannot use it, instead of pointing them to internal pages that could use that link juice to rank better in search results.
Besides wasting valuable internal linkjuice you are also creating bad user experiences as your visitors will stumble upon broken links. Broken links is a sign of poor quality and could also hurt your website rankings, besides giving your users a bad experience. It is necessary to do regular checks for broken internal links, to make sure they are never present!
Remove your internal link errors
Googlebot follows all links on a webpage, also internal links and when they point to errorpages, Googlebot will find this error page. It’ll also revisit it over and over again, if you keep linking to it. The reasons for fixing internal link erorrs are many.
Get a list of internal links, that points to error pages on your website
You’ll receive a complete list of all internal error links. In the list, you will also find the address of the page, where you can find the broken link. You’ll also the receive the URL of the error page.
Your task is to correct the link or simply remove it.
With this service you’ll get
- A complete overview of pages on your website with internal error links, that does not respond correctly, handed over in a spreadsheet for an easy workflow.
Never want to lose out on important linkjuice?
This is what you’ll get from this service:
The report is generated once a month, the first report will be delivered within 24 hours of ordering.