Initially, this compilation was compiled by Ann Smarty (by the way, Ann is from Ukraine) and is presented here.
Why do I need to check outgoing links from individual pages? There are several reasons:
Here is a list of tools:
1. Site Link Analyzer. It keeps track of links on individual pages, provides information on link anchors and the presence of the nofollow attribute for both internal and outgoing links.
2. Link Checker. Checks links and highlights working and broken links and redirects.
3. LinkValet. Shows the header status code for all pages (sites) that are linked to.
4. LinkVendor. Select anchor links and gives other information on the link: links from images, the presence of nofollow.
5. Link Evaluator (as an option Link Checker). A plugin for FireFox that highlights working links in green and broken links in red. In addition, it shows the status code of the header pages where the links lead.
6. Bad Neighborhood. Selects broken and working links, as well as redirects, checks the link density on pages where links from your site lead, catches sites that link to resources that are linked to anchors typical for adult, gambling and pharma. The main task of tulza is to search for “bad” sites that are more expensive to refer to (Armada doesn’t count).