No need to apologise! Thank you for taking the time to reply! Someone had already answered me over at XenForo with the following (for anyone else who's concerned):Actually looking at the source there's a few links, assuming they count for this, https://certify-js.alexametrics.com/atrk.js, https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-129594134-1, https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js, sorry if I am missing the point of your question though!
You got a lot of outbound link on this page, as with every XenForo page.
Every link to somewhere is an outboud link, it does't matter if it's external (eg. to another website) or internal.
Here is a snippit of some outbound links found on your site.Outbound links are links that are meant to take you elsewhere. These are links that are going to direct you to another specific webpage or website altogether. Most, if not all, websites have outbound links. Two sides of a coin. There are two (2) kinds of outbound links
Are there any SEO tools which tell you what the outbound links may be?Hi there,
Thank you so much for taking the time to respond. I did think that but some person over at XenForo replied with the above quote which confused me. But you are right, outbound links are external links found on a website. Anyway...
The On-Page Seo Checker tool on Alexa.com helps analyse pages and find optimisations. One of the things I could improve on, according to this tool, is the reduction of outbound links to under 100 (but have at least 2). This is for my homepage (joyfreak.com). No idea how it can be reduced because looking at the webpage, there aren't any external links, other than maybe the ads by google that could be one.
Not that I know of. Brandon kindly shared a list of it above but I don't see where they are exactly coming from and how they can be coming from the forum_list when there aren't any visible outbound links.Are there any SEO tools which tell you what the outbound links may be?