Google Rethinking Webmaster Tools Internal Links Report?

Apr 17, 2012 • 8:33 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

Google Internal LinksSusan Moskwa, Google's Webmaster Trends Analyst, is fishing around for webmaster feedback on the internal links report within Google Webmaster Tools.

Susan asked on Google+:

What do you use internal linking data (like the "Internal links" report in Google Webmaster Tools) for?

Now, Google would only ask that if they are thinking of revamping the report, adding new reports and features or thinking of removing it because no one uses it.

If you love this report and have new ideas for it, make sure to tell Susan.

Only way to do so, is via Google+.

Forum discussion at Google+.

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04/17/2012 12:46 pm

It's 's useful report but, it should be re-designed in a way that one can copy the list of internal links with click through rate of each one rendered in excel.


04/17/2012 04:48 pm

It would have been a great feature if the displayed which links their consider "unnatural " and/or "inorganic".


04/17/2012 09:09 pm

LOL!  You are so right on @Webnauts!  You couldn't make this stuff up.  Websites attract business to Google, but Google won't communicate with those websites when Google changes the algorithm???  Just penalize them -- shoot first -- and then refuse to explain why.  Aaaaaaand, Google is victimizing small businesses, and their employees, during a time of financial catastrophe (without Google's aggression piled on)!!!  Great PR work Google -- it says a lot about your business philosophy.  Sergey, what's up with you???

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