When assessing link acquisition for your website, the primary goal is to bolster the site’s authority and enhance its SEO performance.
When acquiring new links, there are various metrics to consider. Commonly referenced metrics include Organic Traffic, as well as authority metrics such as Domain Rating (as per Ahrefs), Domain Authority (as specified by Moz), and Trust Flow (indicated by Majestic).
However, a critically important yet often overlooked metric among SEO professionals is the ratio between inbound and outbound links. The importance of this metric lies in the distribution of link authority.
If a website links to multiple other sites (outbound links), the link equity or “link juice” it provides is divided among those external sites. Consequently, a website with superior metrics might actually confer less authority than a site with slightly inferior metrics if it links out to numerous other websites.
Understanding the Significance of the Juice Meter
Recognizing the crucial nature of this metric, we are proud to introduce the “Juice Meter.” This tool is designed to reveal the “Link Juice Power” of nearly all the links (99.52%) featured in our marketplace.
Our advanced system crawls millions of web pages to ascertain the number of unique dofollow links originating from the websites within our marketplace. We subsequently determine the ratio between outbound and inbound links and provide you with a comprehensive score.
Utilizing the Juice Meter, users can effortlessly sidestep problematic links such as those from PBNs and link farms. This ensures that you derive the full potency of the link equity, significantly benefiting your website’s SEO stance.
If you aren’t already benefiting from our services, we invite you to schedule a demonstration. Our team would be pleased to elaborate on the merits of the Juice Meter and other functionalities offered by Link.Builders.