New free link analysis tool: the new version of

We have just released a new version of (OLP). OLP is a free link analysis tool that enables you to get a detailed overview of the link profile of any website. The new version finds many more links than the previous version, and it offers many powerful additional features:

The index page of, a free site explorer tool.

A free site explorer is a link analysis and site explorer tool that offers free access the link data of any website:

  • analyze the links of any website for free
  • download 1000 links per website (free account necessary)
  • sort and filter the results to find particular links
  • get email notifications when new links are discovered

What’s new in the new version?

The new version offers a much improved link indexing system that offers access to more than 96 billion links. The link database is updated regularly and it supports all top-level domains (TLDs) except for .cn, .hk, .jp, and .kr.

The new version recognizes more than 110 different link tags, it offers much improved industry detection with top categories, sub categories, and filters.

You can sort the links by link influence score, industry, category, age, nofollow and dofollow, page title, anchor text, top level domain, words in domain, etc.:

Link analysis results page

It’s official: links are extremely important

Google’s Search Quality Senior Strategist Andrey Lipattsev confirmed that the links that point to a website and the content of the website are the most important signals in Google’s ranking algorithm.

The content of your web pages shows Google that your pages are relevant to a particular topic. The links that point to your website show Google that your website is better than other websites.

Analyze the links of any website now

Just go to and analyze the links of any website. Don’t forget to tell your friends about this free tool. 🙂

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Johannes Selbach

Johannes Selbach is the CEO of SEOprofiler. He blogs about search engine optimization and website marketing topics at "".