Internal Link

Internal links point to another page or resource within the same website or domain. They are an essential part of website navigation and structure, helping users and search engines navigate through the various pages and content on a website.

Internal links can connect related content, guide users to relevant information, and help distribute page authority and ranking throughout a website.

For example:

"Here is an example of an internal link. Learn more about our Basic SEO terms. Find out about our features here."

In this case:

  • "Basic SEO terms" is the anchor text, which tells the user and search engines what the linked page is about.

  • "" is the URL of the page containing the definition of SEO terms. This is a relative link, indicating that the linked page is within the same website.

  • Clicking on the link would take the user directly to the SEO terms page on your website.

Now, let's check out how Internal link feature of SearchPie app works!

With this Internal links feature, you can scan all your website pages for a detailed analysis of internal links.

The feature will show you a detailed report about the status of your internal links.

First of all, it will provide you with a list of "children" URLs. The number beside will tell you there are how many "parent" URLs which link to that child URL.

The next table shows the frequency of the anchor text displayed on your website. In other words, it counts the number of a specific anchor text that appears on your pages.

And last but not least, Analytics tab provides a report of Orphane Page issues and Pages contain Links without Anchor Text issues.

  • Orphane Page: Pages which no link is redirected to.

  • Pages containing Links without Anchor Text: HTML anchor elements don't contain an anchor value. Example: <a href=""></a>

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