I’m trying out this SEO tool I recently discovered for link analysis of your Website or your competition. With this tool you just enter the full URL of any domain you want to analyze. When you perform an analysis the tool will provide useful information on Missing links, No Follows, Good links, Text links, and RSS Feed links.
But what I like most about this tool is that it also provides a breakdown of the PR of the links pointing to your site and also the anchor text used in the links. You can then use this information to create a linking strategy that might include picking up more links of a certain PR value or anchor text, or even contacting the Websites and request that they change the anchor text to something more suitable for your website.
This tool also allows you to run a report on the entire website or a single page. There are also other features like the PageAge checker and the most Popular Anchors feature.
Below is an example of how you can use this tool. I ran an analysis on a domain and it returned the following link results:
These are link counts with various values:
These are my link PR values:
PR 9 = 0
PR 8 = 0
PR 7 = 0
PR 6 = 1
PR 5 = 0
PR 4 = 5
PR 3 = 12
PR 2 = 5
PR 1 = 6
PR 0 = 10
PR N/A = 140
When I factor all the information regarding my inbound links I can determine that I’ve been doing a good job of gaining PR 1,2, 3 and PR 0 links, but the I only show five PR 4 links, no PR 5 links, and one PR 6 link. The analysis also determined that I have 35 nofollow links which is neither good nor bad. And I have 129 Good links. So if I run an analysis on my competition I can get an idea of how to build my linking strategy to outlink them. Although I’m sure the numbers mentioned above are not accurate I do think they give you a range of where your inbound links stand.
You can try out the Link Diagnosis tool today.