Full backlinks audit report for any website
Backlinks still firmly remain one of the most powerful Ranking Factors. Quality links can get you to the desired Google’s top, but bad links can cause you helluva lot of troubles.
Therefore, Backlink Audit Report stays one of the most important SEO activities of all times.
YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE TO SKIP IT ESPECIALLY WHEN:
★You want to Uncover your competitors’ backlinks and implement their foolproof techniques on your own site.
★You want to audit your website and stay safe from negative SEO attacks and spammy links.
★You’ve bought a domain and want to make sure there are no reputation-damaging links from the past.
★You think of buying a new domain and want to check how it’s doing backlink-wise.
★You delegated your website to an agency and want to make sure they don’t buy low-quality links.
★You want to stay safe from negative SEO attacks.
THE AUDIT BACKLINKS REPORT INCLUDE:
All backlinks pointing to any website, Backlink page, Linked Page, Links Back dofollow/nofollow, anchor text, Penalty Risk, Domain IP, Plus other very valuable data.
PROVIDE YOU REPORT FOR 1 WEBSITE
- full detailed backlinks audit report for 1 website
PROVIDE YOU REPORT FOR 7 WEBSITES
- full detailed backlinks audit report for 7 websites
PROVIDE YOU REPORT FOR 20 WEBSITES
- full detailed backlinks audit report for 20 websites
What’s in a Good Backlink Report?
First things first. A backlink report needs to contain some key elements in order to give you the insights you need to really start improving your SEO game.
Total Number of Links
Take inventory. The first step toward building a healthy backlink profile is knowing how many links you have, where they’re pointing to and which pages need some extra love.
Look, there’s no right number to aim for when it comes to backlinks. Especially given the fact some links provide more so-called “link juice” than others. A tiny local newspaper doesn’t pull the same weight as the New York Times.
Broken Links and Other UX Errors
Obvious, but actionable nonetheless: Broken backlinks (from other sites pointing in) can hurt your overall SEO score.
If you don’t run backlink reports regularly, you’ll run into these kinds of things here and there, but you’ll probably end up missing most of them. You’ll never know when that awesome, authoritative website decided to slap a nofollow tag on your link, or accidentally broke the URL during a post update.
While it might not seem like such a big deal, if you’ve got a modest collection of backlinks, a few bad apples can spoil your overall profile.
And, let’s be honest. If your links don’t work, your web visitors will absolutely take notice.
You’ll need to take a good look at anchor text. Is it varied, natural, rich in keywords?
Irrelevant anchor text and even over-optimized anchor text can tank your SEO efforts, so running a backlink report can give you insights into where your domain is being used inappropriately, and give you the space to act on it.
Quality of Links
Quantity and quality both come into play here. Monitor Backlinks connects with your Majestic, Moz, and Google accounts, so you’ll quickly be able to get a snapshot of where your links are coming from and where they rank within these various metrics.
Potential for Link Penalties
Running a backlink report allows you to spot things like scraper sites and negative SEO harming your site without your knowledge.
Trust Flow, Citation Flow, these metrics refer to a site’s reputation, based on who they link to and who links to them. You’ll want to see this metric for all your backlinks.