Highlight links internal
external
nofollow

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Update: we've created a video to walk you through the basic functionality:

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Browseo's main feature is its reduced browsing experience. It allows you to look at any web page's content without distractions caused by styles.

There are no settings, just enter a web page address and hit the "Browse" button to get started.

The page is then stripped almost naked, except for a few styles that enhance readability. In addition to displaying the page's content, we have added some useful information about the page you are viewing, such as response codes, title tag, meta description as well as details about what headings are used. This gives you a good picture of what search engines see and rate in addition to the text on a page.

Finally, you can highlight links on the page that point to other pages. We have divided those links into three different types:

  1. Internal - links that point to pages on the same domain or subdomain as the page you're looking at
  2. External - links pointing to pages outside of the domain or subdomain you're looking at
  3. Nofollow - links that include the rel="nofollow" attribute. Search engines do not follow those links. This attribute is often added to links automatically in order to prevent spam or at least reduce the damage it can do in the comments section on a blog entry, in forums etc. Find out more about rel="nofollow" on Wikipedia.

Our intention is to deliver actionable advice, so once you've reviewed your pages and made notes, get to work! 😉

Jonathan Schikowski

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Jonathan has been involved in search engine marketing on both agency and client sides since 2004. Jonathan maintains several German websites. He tweets @schikowski.

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