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Link Detox for pages and sub-folders

Link Detox for pages and sub-folders

Dive deeper into page and sub-folder analyses with Link Detox

Today, we are happy to announce more improvements to our product. Our Link Detox Risk (DTOXRISK) update will now provide you with a detailed calculation per page and on a sub-folder level. Also we are happy to support Pitchbox outreach from three more tools – CLA, CDTOX and MLT.

Read on to learn how these innovations will help you today.

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Link Detox for pages & sub-folders

Webmasters of larger websites will be happy to hear that Link Detox Risk calculations are now available for sub-folders and single pages.

Enjoy extra precise calculations of DTOXRISK and more detailed data. Combining the calculation with separate GWT directories, will give you the best possible results. Read more in our blog post on how to get more links from Google Webmaster Tools.

This is a long awaited improvement that can help in the following use cases:

  • UGC: monitor sub-folders that contain User Generated Content (UGC), as they can contain spammy comments or posts.
  • E-commerce: if you run a typical e-commerce operation with sub-folders for different categories, e.g. babywear or toys. You can now analyze and assess individual categories for their own DTOXRISK. Product teams and external agencies can also take advantage of this feature for monitoring. For bigger brands the responsibilities are often split up.
  • Travel: similar to e-commerce, travel sites are often partitioned by countries, regions and cities. You can now perform separate and individual Link Detox Risk analyses for specific high-margin regions.
  • Blog vs. product: if you run a product news blog on your product site such as our /news/ directory and product descriptions in /seo-tools/, we recommend a separate risk assessment of the blog. This is advisable because links to the blog might come from other sources than for general product pages.
  • High value landing pages: high value landing pages deserve special attention. Enough said.
  • Homepage: many websites have most of their links point to their homepage. This makes a separate analysis worthwhile, especially when your content and deep links are just as big.

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