How to recover your lost link juice
Recover surprising amounts of link juice after a website relaunch or an expired domain purchase at the push of a button.
You need LJR for
- Getting more juice to your site with minimal effort
- Rebuilding a site on an old domain
- Recovering link juice after a site migration
- Getting more traffic to your site
Your benefits of using LJR
- Finds links that link to non-existent pages on your site
- Recreate pages
- Creates the code for an htaccess file automatically
- Simple to use
You get these features
- Find your missing pages easily
- Assessing the quality of the backlinks that your missing page has
- Shows you how to recover your link juice
Find your missing pages easily
Running the LJR is very simple, you just enter your domain and click ‘Run Report’. The report is simple too, just showing the missing page URL, the HTTP-Code and the number of backlinks the URL has. But to investigate further, you can click the ‘+’ next to the URL so you can dig deeper.
Assessing the quality of the backlinks that your missing page has
Now that you have expanded the details on your link, you can see the From URL, To URL, Anchor Text and the Link Status columns. From here, there is a tools dashboard where you can launch more tools to dig deeper. If you are unsure of the quality of these links, you should choose to start a DTOX report just for this page.
Shows you how to recover your link juice
If you are able to change the actual link on the sites that are linking to you, this would be the neatest option.
If changing the link is not possible, the next best way to recover the link juice for the missing page is to recreate the page.
If recreating the page is not possible or inappropriate, you can 301 redirect that page to the most relevant page on your site. The LJR includes an htaccess code generator to help you do this.
The code redirects to the home page like this:
Redirect 301 “/products/fruit-and-nut-case” http://sentwithalovingkiss.co.uk
Redirecting to the home page is now considered a ‘soft 404’ so you should change the home page link to something more relevant like:
Redirect 301 “/products/fruit-and-nut-case” http://sentwithalovingkiss.co.uk/products/fruit-and-nut-case-silver/
Become one of 1,000s Success Stories
I instantly pinpointed where what need rectifying on 2 of my websites and can now sleep easier knowing that i have your software protecting my business.I also for one of my older sites the Link Juice Recover tool was a nice extra.
This is a set of tools every webmaster should have!!