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In this latest version of SEO Tool from cmlabs, we add the Link Analyzer tool. This Link Analyzer tool has been developed to provide website owners, webmasters, and SEO professionals with showing reliable results which can be used to analyze all the links on a particular website. This will provide the user with information about the inbound and outbound links of a particular website. From this information, you can easily analyze the links on your site and compare them to the number of incoming/outgoing links of your competitors.

Updated 15 Mar, 2021
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In this latest version of SEO Tool from cmlabs, we add the Link Analyzer tool. This Link Analyzer tool has been developed to provide website owners, webmasters, and SEO professionals with showing reliable results which can be used to analyze all the links on a particular website. This will provide the user with information about the inbound and outbound links of a particular website. From this information, you can easily analyze the links on your site and compare them to the number of incoming/outgoing links of your competitors.

Updated 15 Mar, 2021

What is cmlabs Link Analyzer Tool?

Link Analyzer is a free tool that can be used to analyze a list of links from a website. Without taking a long time, this tool will display a list of links and their categories instantly.

You can also use this tool as a link audit tool to improve the performance of your website. We recommend conducting regular link audits to prevent broken links from occurring outside of your supervision.

Function of cmlabs Link Analyzer

This tool is able to analyze internal, external, nofollow, and dofollow links on the URLs you enter. The results that appear are reliable and easy to understand, so it will help webmasters and SEO specialists in doing their jobs. Here are some of the benefits of using the cmlabs Link Analyzer:

  • Displaying internal and external links: this information is useful for knowing the links on important pages that you are targeting.

  • Improve On-page SEO: by conducting regular link audits, you can improve on-page SEO and boost website performance.

  • Improve off-page SEO: backlinks or external links can be analyzed using this tool.

  • Boosting Ranking: the number of quality links becomes one of the search engine ranking factors. Maximize the use of your links and make sure everything is fine.

  • Monitor competitors: You can analyze competitor URLs and gain insight into the links they are using. This can be a comparison to improve your website.

Features and Benefits of the cmlabs Link Analyzer

Even though it is available for free, our link analyzer features are complete in helping users perform link analysis. Here are some of the features and advantages of the cmlabs link analyzer:

  • Comprehensive results: the most crucial feature of this tool is the display of the generated results. Users can see the results in real-time and in full.

  • Results by settings: You can set to display link types such as internal, external, nofollow, and dofollow.

  • Simple to use: with just a few clicks, you can see the URL link analysis results.

  • Usage history: You can view the history of using this tool or double-check the URLs that were previously analyzed.

External Links and Internal Links in SEO

These two types of links are important in your website optimization and SEO. This is because links act as user navigation from one page to another. If this navigation does not work properly, then it is likely that your website will be abandoned by visitors.

These two types of links also support the user experience in getting useful information from your website. If your website manages to offer a good user experience, then the chance to get a high ranking on the SERP will also increase.

Therefore, here are some best practices for building internal and external links on your website:

  • Make sure the link is working properly

  • Pay attention to the relevance of the link to the content

  • Use anchor text with keywords according to the content of the link

  • Put high-quality external links

  • Consider the authority of the targeted page

How to Use the Link Analyzer

In this section, you will find out how to operate the link analyzer tool in detail. Check out the steps below.

Go to Link Analyzer Page

The first step is to open the Link Analyzer cmlabs page. On this page, you will see all the available features such as the URL column, the analysis results column, to the usage history.

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Figure 1: Link Analyzer page view

Enter Website URL

The second step to analyze the link is to enter the URL in the field provided. Make sure you have entered the URL in the correct format (e.g https://example.com). Next, click the "Analyze URL" button to give the command to this tool to start checking the website.

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Figure 2: Entering the URL in the available fields

View URL Analysis Results

After you press the Analyze URL button, the system will immediately display the results. The Result field can display some information such as:

Graph of Total Links

This tool is capable of displaying a graphic of the links with a pie chart. In this section, you can find out the number of internal links, external links, nofollow, and dofollow along with the percentage.

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Figure 3: Pie chart of link analysis results

List of Internal and External Links

At the bottom of the pie chart, you can see a list of internal links and external links of the URL you are checking. The results displayed are in accordance with the amount listed on the pie chart above. You can select one of the menus (internal link/external link) to display the results. After that, you will see a list of links and the anchor text of the link.

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Figure 4: List of Internal Links and External Links

View Usage History

The last feature of this tool is Local History or usage history. This tool allows you to view all the history of the link analysis you have performed.

With this feature, you don't need to re-type the URL that was checked if you want to re-check it. You can also delete usage history using the "Clear" button on the right side of the usage history feature.

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Figure 5: Local History feature to view usage history

Login After 5 Times of Use

Some of the cmlabs free tools require logging in after 5 times of use, Link Analyzer is one of them. If you have used it 5 times, our system will automatically display a message stating that you have reached the usage limit.

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Figure 6: The usage warning has reached the limit. In this warning, there is a login button that directs to the login page.

You can log in by clicking the login button on the warning message that appears. Next, you will be directed to the cmlabs login page. Please enter the required data, or you can log in via Google.

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Figure 7: cmlabs login page

Once you have successfully logged in, you will be able to return to using this tool to analyze links for free. By logging in, the system can save historical data on the use of this tool in the last one year.

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