Both the free and paid versions of Internal Link Juicer have their uses. It’s a great piece of software! Unfortunately, it has some shortcomings:
Want to automate internal link building on your WordPress site? Not afraid to get your hands dirty? Internal Link Juicer is an excellent tool.
For those of you who want a more powerful tool for your internal linking strategy, those of you who value ease of use, and those who run sites off platforms other than WordPress? I have good news:
There’s an excellent alternative to Internal Link Juicer.
The first is the dreaded manual approach. You boot up Semrush, Ahrefs, or Screaming Frog. You search for orphaned pages, broken links, and redirects manually (functionality that Internal Link Juicer lacks), and you check how many inbound internal links a given page has.
From there, you go through all of your pages manually, finding appropriate anchor text and building links for each of your underlinked pages. Have a site with only a few blogs? This step is easy as pie.
Have a site with hundreds or thousands of pages? Next to impossible.
That’s where the only true Internal Link Juicer comes into play: My favorite internal link-building tool, Link Whisper.
Want to improve your internal linking strategy? I highly recommend Link Whisper as an alternative to Internal Link Juicer—it’s a lot more powerful. Don’t build internal links manually—time is money, and manual link building takes a lot of time.
Go forth, and build internal links!
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