Our link redirection tool works as detective Sherlock Holmes and diagnoses complex linking problems by following your URLs. You meet certain troubles while renaming your URLs or migrating your websites, and such both cases, your SEO gets immensely hurt. Not just that, even your brand reputation may get badly damaged.
To avoid those nightmares, you have to forward your old URL address to the new URL address. Further, you need to ensure whether all the links are reaching the correct places or reading error 404. Otherwise, your visitors won't reach the right destination.
Now, checking so many links manually is so bewildering. Here, our link redirect tools become the helping hand!
The ultimate goal of every SEO expert is to bring maximum traffic to the website by elevating the site's ranking in the SERP. The linking among the websites is the biggest factor on which Google's core algorithm is based.
More links your site gets from high-authority websites, but with redirect chains, the impact gets diluted. In short, your website pages won't get enough link juice, and to maintain the link influence and good flow of link juice, your redirects should be as direct as possible.
By doing that, your website will certainly attain better ranks, and business risk gets diluted. However, if you foresee this factor, there will be more chances of the link chain getting broken (404 error) due to a higher number of redirects.
Search engine crawlers will come, notice the breakage of the redirect link, and push your website's rank down. That's not what an SEO expert ever wants to see.
Why let such negative opportunities occur, and why hurt the PageRank influence and traffic when you can cover everything just by using a simple tool?
Sometimes, you have to buy a new domain to shift your website, and you can't let those backlinks just go in vain, which point to your old domain. In such a condition, we all know what to do - redirect old backlinks to the new domain to maintain the authority and trust of the website.
Using this tool, you can make the process of redirecting links from the old domain to the new one easy and smooth.
Our websites have different ways to operate and earn, and we all know about adware. Right tracking of adware is very important, as if not, then it can bring financial harm or even pull you away from the potential earning. Not just that, we can say the same for affiliate sites as well.
Most affiliate marketers use tiny URLs or short links to shorten or mask their links for other websites and social media platforms. If one of such redirects break, then the affiliate income for that URL ceases. If the links aren't redirected correctly, you won't get the fruit you deserve!
Our link checker tool checks your affiliate links and ensures they are redirecting to the right places.
So, let's believe in perfection, and ensure the right redirection of the links and track everything properly, including adware, affiliate links, etc.
The target of each affiliate marketer is to keep his profit margin to the max, and middle-men affiliates don't actually let that happen. As you can see the whole chain of the link direction in our tool, those middle-men affiliates won't be hidden from your eye anymore.
You can track your link till it reaches the final destination and removes unwanted redirects from the middle. However, a few affiliate programs do include a chain of redirects, and you earn a percentage of the total affiliate income; and in such cases also, this tool can help you figure out the whole redirect path.
You can even sign up for the main affiliate program in case you were working as a sub-affiliate till now, just because you weren't aware of the actual program, and likewise, earn more money.
All browsers don't work the same, and the link which works in one browser doesn't always work in other browsers as well. It's also true that your website traffic may come from numerous browsers.
This link checker tool ensures whether the link is perfectly working in all browsers or not so that you don't lose the traffic of any specific browser.
Like we said above, your traffic doesn't come from a single source, and the same words fall true in terms of devices as well. Is it possible that a link that works in one device doesn't work in another device? Yes, talking about the diversity of Windows, Androids, iOS devices, etc., there are such possibilities.
For example, one app that opens in Android doesn't open on iOS devices, and you can use the link checker tool to ensure the same.
Obviously, you can check any sort of affiliate links in this tool, including Amazon affiliate links. Amazon affiliate links are direct links, but it may happen that you're using somebody else's affiliate code by mistake and don't recognize it, due to which your commission directly goes to somebody else's pocket. You need to check that special code that's embedded in your affiliate link.
So, using the link checker tool is a cool idea to test Amazon affiliate links.
URL shorteners use an HTTP redirect in general, and you can use our tool that prints HTTP responses to figure out the location without actually visiting it or without doing that in a script-enabled complex browser.
Certainly, our tool is perfect for checking links in all browsers, including Chrome. However, a few broken link checker extensions are available, but why increase the load? Why not ensure perfection, as this single tool permits you not just to check the broken links in Chrome, but much more besides that, including redirects.
it depends upon the number of links, but honestly, the tool takes minimal time to check the redirected links from old domain to new, and it's much faster than the manual process.
Clicking a suspicious link is a true no-brainer, and your whole device's data may get leaked by making such a mistake. Why take the risk? However, we do feel curious to tap the link and see beyond sometimes, and we are pretty prone to make the mistake of clicking the link, which we should never. The easier way is - use the link checker tool, which lets you know where makes a particular link points without taking the risk of clicking it.