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In Links Data

In Links

In Links
Values Returned
What We Do
Examples of how Linking Data Can Be Used
- Example 1 – Identify linking structure
- Example 2 – Identify the Most Linked to Pages
- Example 3 – Identify the Least Linked to Pages
- Example 4 – Orphaned Pages
Related Content
Benefits of Our Data

 

In Links

The number of links pointing to each URL. This metric represents the amount on internal links point to a page / URL.

 

Values Returned

Within the column for ‘in links’, there is only one type of value returned for this which is as follows:

Number

A number between 0 and infinity

 

What We Do

This number is the total amount of links pointing to the URL on a row, regardless if any of the following is true or not:

  • If the page being linking from is indexable or not
  • If the page being linking from is canonical or not
  • If the link is set to be ‘nofollow’
  • If the link is set to be ‘follow’

 

Examples of how Linking Data Can Be Used

The examples below show how this data can be used for SEO.

 

Example 1 – Identify linking structure

Filtering your site’s data to only include canonical, HTML/Text, Indexable page, then ordering them by ‘in links’; is a great way to see how you are defining your site’s structure. You can review this segment of data to see if it matches what you would either expect or intend.

 

Example 2 – Identify the Most Linked to Pages

Identifying the most linked to pages is a simple way to see if there are any immediate problems. For example, are you seeing your most valuable pages in the top of the list?

 

Example 3 – Identify the Least Linked to Pages

Pages with the least in links may be valuable pages that are not being adequately linked to internally.

 

Example 4 – Orphaned Pages

Pages with no internal links or less than 3 can suffer from indexation problems, you can easily identify these pages with this metric.

 

Related Content

The list of guides below might be useful if you are analysing this data and want to know more about it:

Related column headers in Raptor website crawler reports:

 

Benefits of Our Data

There are several benefits to analysing internal linking data, such as those listed below:

  • Identify internal linking Issues for SEO
  • Identify all internal links
  • Identify a site’s internal linking Structure
  • Audit a site’s internal links profile
  • Scrape competitor internal links

 

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