Website Links Count Checker

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Website Link Count Checker will allow you to find out the number of links on a given webpage. Just enter the URL you are interested in checking for links and click on 'Count Links' button.

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Website Link Count Checker will allow you to find out the number of links on a given webpage. Just enter the URL you are interested in checking for links and click on 'Count Links' button.

Link Analyzer will allow you to find out the number of links (dofollow and nofollow) on a given webpage. Just enter the URL you are interested in checking for links and click on 'Count Links' button.

Link Analyzer will help you o find the outgoing links on any website. Also it helps you to find whether outgoing links are dofollow or nofollow.

Most search engines like Google were associating a website link to other related sites and this created a dilemma for many website owners and bloggers. Some used the opportunity to make money; spurious link farms were offered to naive website owners and webmasters. They are only aware of the importance of external links that is why they fell for paid farm links.

However, it leads to another difficulty because links that contain poor content were placed on different blog sites and linked to websites. It became a big problem for hard working website owners and bloggers, so they inserted no-follow in their sites to put a stop to this bad practice.

Google and other search engines were also affected and had to change their ranking algorithms. They created a system that will check the validity of links and also implemented the No-follow concept in dealing with spurious and spam websites.

Many website owners became more cautious of getting No-follow links being associated with buying links from unknown sources and instead relied on linking with reliable sources or websites.

You can use our Link Analyzer Tool to analyze both the External as well as Internal Links that the search engine spiders can easily detect on a particular page of your site. The search engine, like Google, spider links to index and evaluate the internal link structure of a website and the relation between the webpages.

It is the mechanism used by browsers to retrieve any published resource on the web. URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. A URL is nothing more than the address of a given unique resource on the Web. In theory, each valid URL points to a unique resource.