A measure of how close you are to the most trusted websites in almost one thousand categories.
We don't just look at links, we examine the area around a link.
If a link is alone in a paragraph of text (editorial), it will have a LOW Link Density, and appear towards the left of the chart.
A link that appears with a long list of other links (a directory, or navigation) will have a HIGH Link Density. It will appear towards the right of the chart.
This shows the distribution of Link Density for each of this page's top 5 external inbound links with context.
Limited to the top external inbound link for each referring domain. Chart values are logarithmic.
Some SEO practitioners like to check for links from .gov or .edu domains
See more results on the Anchor Text tab, where you can drill down into each keyword and find the Referring Domains and External Inbound Links that use that Keyword.