Link data in Google Webmaster Tools, Yahoo! Site Explorer and Microsoft’s Webmaster Portal is pretty static, they give you the pages a site has links on, and let you do all the analysis with other tools. That sucks if you want to do a quick analysis of a site, or want to get a quick overview of inbound anchor texts for a site.
This Firefox extension gives you a bit more information when opening such pages, it gathers the PageRank for the linking page, the anchor text used on the link, and checks whether the link is nofollowed or not.
Go and install the SEO Link Analysis Firefox Extension on addons.mozilla.org now. Please review it on addons.mozilla.org if you like it!
Other SEO’s about the SEO Link Analysis Firefox extension
Genius hacks together code to unlock the link details Google and Yahoo refused to show the common webmaster. And makes it available free to the masses.
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|1.0.7||Fixes to Google Pagerank retrieval and update to work with Firefox 3.6.*|
|1.0.6||Added support for the new Google Webmaster Tools layout|
|1.0.5||Fix for Yahoo! Site Explorer|
|1.0.4||Fix for new Yahoo! Site Explorer interface, removed MS integration|
|1.0.3||Fix for changed Yahoo! code|
|1.0.1||Fixed Yahoo!’s removal of click tracking|