How to Analyze Your Links in WordPress with LinkPatrol
If you have been blogging for a while, then you probably have hundreds of links pointing to other sites from your blog posts. These outgoing links play an important role in your site’s overall search engine optimization (SEO). If you want to analyze these external links to find broken links or links that have changed, then it’s normally a manual process. Thankfully our friends over at Search Engine Journal created an easier solution. In this article, we will show you how to analyze your links in WordPress with LinkPatrol.
Avoid spammy links in WordPress Posts with LinkPatrol
I’m a big believer of Content Is King. Whenever I started a new blog the very first thing or goal is to write great contents, focus on the headings, and display images that capture readers attention. Though these are BIG factors in search ranking, sometimes we make small little mistakes that could destroy everything that we have built so far. For example, linking to a website that later on become a 404 page or turn into a bad site i.e pornographic. If you barely know about this, it’s not too late to fix it. In this article, I will show you some great ways to analyze all existence external links inside your WordPress posts.
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