• Resolved spkonline

    (@spkonline)


    hi,

    I tried this plugin and after adding keywords in the plugin dashboard showing all the added interlinks. BUT all links are not showing in other third-party plugins.

    for example, the Yoast plugin shows every post has how many internal links. if I add a manual link it shows in yoast interlink section. but this plugin added links not showing in Yoast.
    also, I checked my site interlinks with more plugins and sites, all those not showing any interlinks in my site even after adding interlinks with this plugin. (LINKS ONLY SHOWING IN THIS PLUGIN DASHBOARD)

    any solution?

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  • Plugin Author Internal Links

    (@internallinkjuicer)

    There is no “solution” (yet) – our links get built on the fly and are not persisted on your content (brings the advantage that you can adjust your internal linking strategy at any time, without messing up anything).

    The info, where the links will get placed is only in our linkindex. As long as other 3rd party tools do not integrate our index, they cannot be shown on any analytical dashboard.

    We are already having some further analytical tools on our backlog, so maybe in the future, you will be able to see the big picture directly in Internal Link Juicer. By now I cannot give you any concrete schedule on that.

    Thread Starter spkonline

    (@spkonline)

    first again thanks for the great plugin.
    nope, that is not what I meant. my question is my website interlinks not showing on MOZ OR SEMRUSH or any other interlinks analytics tools. it is big problem because we can’t analyze our site links behavior without that.

    yes, the plugin dashboard shows all intern links but why it is not showing on other famous tools like Moz and semrush? even the Yoast plugin does not show interlinks created by this plugin. so our clients thinks this plugin generate fake interlinks and google will not catch any interlinks on our sites because Yoast SEO plugin won’t catch interlinks which made by this plugin.

    I think you can understand my question. (all manual interlinks, link whisper plugin interlinks, interlink manager plugin interlinks SHOW ON ALL OTHER INTERLINKS ANALYTICS TOOLS BUT THIS PLUGIN CREATED INTERLINKS NOT SHOWING ANYWHERE EXCEPT PLUGIN DASHBOARD)

    Plugin Author Internal Links

    (@internallinkjuicer)

    nope, that is not what I meant. my question is my website interlinks not showing on MOZ OR SEMRUSH or any other interlinks analytics tools. it is big problem because we can’t analyze our site links behavior without that.

    Those tools detect links by crawling a website. If your cache (or their cache, depending on how the crawler of these tools work) are not on the current version of your document, they may miss some newly generated links or maybe don’t have them at the time you are trying to check the internal links.

    As I said, we do not “embed” generated links directly in your content (so other tools that rely directly on the content that gets stored in your database will not recognize them).
    But in the frontend (after your inserted content gets rendered and output by WordPress) these links are “real” (which means crawlers like your mentioned SEO Tools or Google will recognize them).

    yes, the plugin dashboard shows all intern links but why it is not showing on other famous tools like Moz and semrush? even the Yoast plugin does not show interlinks created by this plugin. so our clients thinks this plugin generate fake interlinks and google will not catch any interlinks on our sites because Yoast SEO plugin won’t catch interlinks which made by this plugin.

    As mentioned above – from a “backend view” these links are not really there (they’re are just pointers in our linkindex that tell the frontend to insert links on a given keyword). After it got rendered they are real links like any other link you would place in the content.

    Hope this helps a bit to get the point right. Let me know whether you have further questions about that.

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