With these plugins extension for browser, marketers can simplify working with cross-linking. You can also use a number of them to mention a web resource or determine the presence of non-working “broken” links.
With this extension, you can check for the presence of codes 200/404 on the pages of the site. With Check My Links you can scan a site or page in seconds and find broken links. After scanning, the user is issued a detailed report on links and error codes.
The advantages include the simplicity of settings, of which there are only two. This is an option to exclude links from checking, as well as the type of queries.
The extension gives all the information on the site with ahrefs. The plugin can only be installed manually from the publisher’s official website. After installation, you can configure the utility to display all the information about the site, starting with the domain rating and ending with the presence of domains such as donors.
The advantages of the plugin include the ability to conduct a more detailed analysis of the page. And the data on the analyzed resource is issued under the link in the browser.
With the help of this extension, you can greatly simplify the process of adding information to the public blog. You can copy any post you like to your group or page with the date and time. You can search for posts by categories, which are conveniently divided in the extension into subtopics.
Results can be sorted using post analytics by the number of likes and audience feedback. Is available a redaction of the post before finally posting it to your group, which will make it more unique.
The utility is easy to use, but users note the incorrectness of its work in terms of promoting the community. Non-unique content can cause problems and lower the community in the ranking by thematic categories in the general issue.
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