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Entity SEO & AI Tools to Help Your SEO

  • Named Entities Indexing Checker (Find the entities on a page and which ones have a Wikipedia page referenced by Google)
  • Audience Finder (Analyze the audience behind any keyword)
  • Meta Description Generator (coming soon)
  • Ad Generator (coming soon)
  • Slogan Generator (coming soon)
  • Product Description Generator (coming soon)

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Named Entities Indexing Checker

Our Free Named Entities Indexing Checker lets you analyze what entities are on any web page. The tool also compares our analysis with Google’s NLP output. In particular, the API from Google’s NLP shows Wikipedia urls where Google is confident of a great match between the topic on the page and the Wikipedia article. Since every topic in the InLinks NLP API has a Wikipedia URL match, we are able to show gaps in Google’s interpretation of a page of content.

The InLinks NLP API is generally much more aggressive at listing entities on the page than Google is. It is, therefore, very common that Google only reports a small fraction of the entities that InLinks finds. The role of the SEO – acting as the human in the loop – is to see if any of the most important entities on the page can be emphasized further to give more clarity to the underlying meaning or intent of the content. One way to do this is to supply a “SameAs” schema. The tool will, therefore, not only analyze the entities but also generate suggested SameAs schema for the page, which can be easily cut and pasted onto your site.

The Named Entities checker can be used free three times a day without logging in, but a user account will give you more access. A paid user account will also generate and optionally automate SameAs schema for all the important (pillar) pages on a site, vastly improving the power of InLinks. Try the Entity Analyzer.

Audience Finder

Analyze the audience behind any keyword. Our free audience finder is a different take on market segmentation. Instead of trying to understand and segment a market based on demographics such as age or location, our free audience finder tool will work out what tribes or types of people might be searching for an individual phrase or keyword. These different audiences may respond to different stimuli, or may need content that answers different questions. So the audience finder tool will also suggest content titles for articles that would appeal to these audiences. The free tool can be used a few times each day without a login, but if you have a full InLinks account, you can also see how your content should be connected across the whole site. Furthermore, InLinks can generate an Internal links audit and can optimize your internal linking so that the important pages on your site can always be found from links deep within your content – whether the content is being read by humans or search engines. This highlights where the authority on your site resides for all your important topics. Try the Audience Finder tool.

InLinks SEO Tools Account

InLinks is far more than a few SEO Tools. Built from the ground up around Topics and Entities, InLinks was the first and is still the strongest challenge to old school SEO thinking. Built with a powerful natural language processing ability, combined with one of the largest Knowledge Graphs on the planet, InLinks has the proprietary power to take your digital marketing to a new level. Now, that capability can also feed OpenAI (ChatGPT) to increase your productivity even further.

If you are still looking at tools that show your rankings every day and tell you what to do based on keyword volumes instead of user intent, then you will find InLinks to be a breath of fresh air. Get an Inlinks account now for just $1 today.

What Our Users Are Saying

InLinks is a game changer for semantic search optimization. InLinks has helped me better understand entities and how semantic search works. It’s a must-have for any technical SEO worth their salt.

We’ve found to be one of the best tools for content analysis and topical association. It’s helped us rethink our approach to content after the Google BERT update, leveraging a broader view of content, topics and supporting user intent. For that reason is now being adopted by our team.

Tagging content with InLinks made me able to help almost every customer without inferring with their CMS. When it comes to Semantic, FAQ Schema or internal links InLinks is my first choice. I can see huge influence on featured snippets, site links and improvement of pages per sessions + positions + organic traffic.