This bookmarklet is a variation on ones created by Tom Critchlow on his SEO Bookmarklets post. If I recall correctly, I created these because all of his bookmarklets load in the current tab, and I wanted a version that would load in a new tab, so I adjusted all of his slightly.
This bookmarklet takes the current page or domain that you’re looking at, and sends it to OpenSiteExplorer.org. More info on why you’d want to do that below. Here are the bookmarklet links (Click to test them on this page, or drag them to your bookmark toolbar):
Take the link and drag it up to your bookmarks toolbar in your browser, or read the Delicious guide to installing a bookmarklet if you’re not sure how.
To see the rest of our bookmarklets, check out our Content Marketing Tools.
Here is the raw code:
For Current Page:
For Current Domain:
What Open Site Explorer Will Tell You About the Page & Domain You’re Viewing:
Here is an example of what ReverseInternet will tell you about a site:
- Page Authority and Domain Authority (OSE-specific metrics)
- Number and List of Total Links to that Page
- Number of Linking Root Domains
- Facebook Shares, Facebook Likes, Tweets, and Google +1s (Pro Users Only)
- Top Pages on that Site by Link Metrics
- Anchor Text of Links to that Site
It has currently been tested in Chrome on a Win7 PC.
I’m not responsible for anything this bookmarklet does to your computer – use it at your own risk. It is provided without warranty and free of charge. Please feel free to hack it up, and please feel free to link back to this page if you create something awesome using this code as a template.
Also, this bookmarklet hasn’t been sponsored or “approved” by SEOMoz.