Internal links Analysis

Optimize your internal meshing for SEO in the twinkling of an eye thanks to our internal links analysis tool.
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Analyze every internal link of your website in a single click

The internal linking of a website has a strong impact on its ranking in search engines. is a tool which allows to visualize quickly its internal netlinking in the form of graph as well as under textual form. Identify problems and axes of improvement to optimize your internal meshing quickly and effectively. Use the data of your internal links within your campaign SEO.


Visualize the state of your internal links

Quickly visualize your internal meshing thanks to the interactive graph. Obtain the detailed list of the internal links for every page of your site, reuse them in software and external tools.

Solve problems/Improve your meshing

Identify weakly referenced pages, strengthen those who need it. Boost your landing pages, check the distribution of authority of your pages.

Boost your positioning!

A validated internal linking strategy has a consequent impact on the Google results. No matter the size of your website, sensibly placed internal links always make their effect in the SERP.

Optimize now your internal links

And catapult your website to the top of search results. Starter



Billed yearly, at €54 / year
  • Complete analysis reports
  • Internal links details
  • Internal Graph ©
  • Internal PageRank ©
  • Search for broken links
  • HTTPS audit
  • 10 analyses / month
  • Up to 25 pages by site

The most popular! Classic



Billed yearly, at €144 / year
  • Complete analysis reports
  • Internal links details
  • Internal Graph ©
  • Internal PageRank ©
  • Search for broken links
  • HTTPS audit
  • 20 analyses / month
  • Up to 50 pages by site Pro



Billed yearly, at €456 / year
  • Complete analysis reports
  • Internal links details
  • Internal Graph ©
  • Internal PageRank ©
  • Search for broken links
  • HTTPS audit
  • 30 analyses / month
  • Up to 100 pages by site

What is Internal meshing?

Internal meshing is the structure and the organization of your internal links, that is all which will allow to connect your pages the some to the others.

It is a key element of SEO, because internal linking defines the structure of a website and sends quality signals (or of mediocrity if it is badly made) to search engines.

Why analyzing internal links?

Do you need to verify or to optimize your internal linking to guarantee to your website a place in the top of search results? We propose you an affordable and effective tool to help you organizing your pages internal linking.

Why is it necessary to optimize internal meshing?

SEO is also internal linking

Optimize internal linking

Two positive effects result of the optimization of an internal meshing: we find the improvement of the user experience, which navigates more easily within your site, as well as a severe blow of boost at the SEO level.
On the other side, creating a good internal linking strategy is essential to check the ways by which users will pass during their visit. A visited page can clock towards other pages in the theme or in the similar subject, so allowing the visitor to complete its information capital by learning more on the subject. It is also an excellent way of increasing its conversion rate: to stay on a site longer allows to win the trust of a potential customer, and it is finally a good way to send visitors and robots towards your deep pages (those who are not directly accessible from the homepage and thus necessarily less visible).

Because it is necessary to keep in mind that if a robot has no way to find a page (if no link, internal or external clocks towards it), this one can be never indexed, and nobody will visit it. Regarding SEO, analyzing internal links of your site is important with the aim to optimize its internal mesh and fix any existing meshing errors. It can also allow to manage the link juice in a strategic way towards certain pages, deep or no to increase their PageRank and boost their referencing.

Analyzing internal links of a site VS semantics

In the continuity of the principle of the optimization one-of-a-kind consisting in optimizing a page on a single keyword to obtain the maximum of effect on the Google positioning, it is necessary to think of binding pages of the same theme between them. Several child-pages can push for example upward a mother-page to the subject including that of each of the children.
The implementation of this strategy leans on the specificity of internal linking between these pages, as well as on the semantic cocoon of each of them, which has to contain similarity at least partial with the mother-page.

The internal link juice

When we talk about link juice, we think at once of the famous backlinks, these supposed external links to bring mounts and marvels to the referencing. Except that external links are not the only ones to influence the link juice, far from there. The internal meshing too contributes to make circulate and to distribute PageRank and profits associated to the links, with the not insignificant advantage that it is moreover customizable as one pleases, which is not the case of external linking.
For PageRank, it is true that it is not too much on the agenda anymore, or at least its last values are too former to be representative. Its value (between 0 and 10) not being public anymore as formerly, the chances are high that Google incorporated new criteria which we do not still know with accuracy. These new more or less secret criteria are naturally the base of its ranking, and it is certain that the internlal linking is one of them.
The notion of link juice is the fact that a page transfers a part of its fame, and its authority to the pages on which it sends back by means of backlinks. Watch out, the fame is not lost, it is simply duplicated in a reduced way and taken place in fortunate bound pages, that it is internal or external page.

Thus the analysis of its internal links has to allow to organize at best the internal linking of a site to favor important pages while helping deep pages to be found. Very often, it is the main page of the site which has the most important authority, because external backlinks sends back generally towards it. Thus a good internal meshing also serves to distribute effectively link juice of the homepage towards internal pages chosen in a strategic way.

Types of internal links

Internal links can be two different types:

-Structural: it is an internal link which is situated in the structural elements of the page, as the menus, the footer … They are situated out of context and thus do not depend (necessarily) on a precise theme.

-Contextual: this type of link is place in the text of the page, in the title or in the sentence. This kind of internal link is above all informative and ideally has to manage the visitor towards a page of the same theme with the aim of perfecting or completing the information given in the previous page.

What it is necessary to hold, it is to respect always the theme of the bound pages. It gets the double advantage to supply to the Internet users of the additional information on YOUR site and not at a competitor, and it strengthens your referencing on your key pages.

Choosing internal anchors

In the SEO world, the term anchors indicate the text associated with a link. It is an element important for search engines, which must be used with precaution because if it can allow of effectively boost its positioning on Google, he can also have the spring back if he is badly made. Because it is easier to manage its internal anchors contents rather than its backlinks ones, find the compromise between generic words and keywords on optimized to reach to a natural optimization which will propel your site at the very top of the SERP.

The interest to carefully choose its internal anchors is the following one:

-It indicates better to the visitors the contents and the theme of the page which will open if they click the link

-It allows Google to understand better the contents and the theme of your pages. He is thus sensible to place some keywords from time to time in your anchors.

Optimizing internal anchors should not be confused on the other hand to fill internal anchors with keywords! A page which receives 50 internal links on the same anchor (except structural links) will not seem more relevant in the eyes of Google on this anchor. It can even have the spring back and send a low-quality signal in the eyes of search engines.