June 26, 2020
by Julia Nesterets
Datatable Links. How you can manage interlinking effectively.

What does “manage interlinking effectively” mean for you?

  • Search bots crawl your site, index quality pages, rank you well in SERPs? – Absolutely!
  • High UX, low bounce rate, good conversions and sales? – No doubts!

Internal linking of your website is an important ranking factor, as many others like page speed, quality content, keywords, title tag, and many many others. 

We know how important it is to manage your interlinking structure effectively and be able to quickly react and fix all the issues on the website. 

So in this short video, we`re presenting to you a Datatable, where you can find links depending on the issue. 

More videos from JetOctopus are here

Link parameters:

Page URL
Page URL
Page DFI 

Href Target
Href full (absolute URL)
Href (original as on tag)
Href Host
Href Scheme
Is Href Internal
Is URL absolute
Is target=”_blank”
Is Social
Is target allow by robots.txt
Is rel=follow
Is Href page canonical

Text
Anchor
Anchor Length
Anchor Words Count

Title
Title
Title Length
Title Words Count

Image
Is Image Link
Image Alt Text
Image Alt Length
Image Alt Words Count

System Hashes
Page URL hash
Href URL hash
Anchor Text hash

Julia Nesterets
About Julia Nesterets
Julia Nesterets is the co-founder and CEO of JetOctopus. With 10+ years in marketing and sales, she helps to identify our clients' needs to the fullest. She can explain complex ideas by simplifying them which makes her a very valuable asset to JO.

She is also a very social person. You can catch up with Julia on Digital Olympus, BrightonSEO, and Slush conferences for some small talk. You can also find Julia on Twitter and LinkedIn .

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