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Link profile analysis and link existence check, in terms of established collaborations, is bread and butter for a link builder. Marketing Miner will, based on input URLs that should reference to your web, identify examples and determine a position and relevance of a link. It gives you an output in form of detailed information about an existence or position of a link

Import URLs that a user needs to get data about

Regarding link profile analysis, a list of links leading to your domain is necessary at the input. The best sources for such data are:

Google Search Console (section Links to your website)
Ahrefs (paid)
MajesticSEO (paid)
Link Explorer (paid)

To import data, the user uses the section URL Miners, where he imports URL dataset using one of the methods of import.

By pushing button, a user gets to the miners selection.

Collecting data on link profile

In terms of analysis, ideal data for users are data on links on URLs that reference their website. Checking the existence, condition and position of a link to their domain and data on social signals of URLs with incoming links, is important as well. A user can get this data with the help of Marketing Miner by checking the miner box:

Link checker (Link existence checker, getting more info about its position and location. For the link check of domain user, a space that appears after checking the box, has to be filled out)
Ahrefs (Miner that works only after connecting a user account with paid account for this service. In case such connection hasn't been made, a user will be suggested to do so after checking the miner box)
Social Signals (Returns info about number of shares, tweets and many other signals from social networks directing to given URL.

Same as the example below:

User then clicks on Get data, which will move them into data processing section. Based on data volume, they are processed in the background and once completed, results are emailed to a user.

Output example

Example of output report

Column description

Input Data: Checked URL
Domain/Backlink existence: TRUE/FALSE about the existence of a link to user's domain on given URL
Backlink source code position: Percentage position in source code where found link is located
Estimated position: Estimated link position: Footer, Header, Menu, In text...
Backlink content: Location of found link
Anchor text: Text of found link
Facebook shares: Number of shares of given URL on social network Facebook
Facebook likes: Number of likes on social network Facebook
Google +1: Number on social network Google Plus
LinkedIn shares: Number of shares on social network LinkedIn
Referring Domains: Number of domain links to checked URL according to the tool Ahrefs
Backlinks: Number of backlinks to checked URL according to the tool Ahrefs
Referring Pages: Number of referring pages to checked URL according to the tool Ahrefs
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