• Websites / projects
  • Broken link checks
  • Blacklist checks
  • Soft error checks
  • SSL certificate checks
  • Scheduled checks
  • Include/exclude rules
  • Export to CSV, PDF


  • 2
  • (only one-time checks)


  • 5
  • (+ Google Safe Browsing)
  • (monthly, biweekly)


  • 10
  • (+ PhishTank)
  • (+ weekly)


  • 15
  • (+ 2 more)
  • (+ daily)

What counts as a link?

Each unique HTML document, image, style sheet, script, or other resource referenced from your website counts as a link. If the same resource is linked from multiple pages, it still only counts as one link.

How do I know how many links my website has?

Unfortunately, there’s no exact way to calculate the number of links beforehand. We recommend starting with a rough estimate and adjusting your subscription plan later, once you hit the link limit or find that you have too much unused quota. You can upgrade or downgrade your subscription at any time without penalty.

To give you some points of reference for this estimation, we have compiled a list of typical websites and their sizes in terms of links:

  • Website of a local law firm: 1,000 links (200 pages + 800 resource and outbound links)
  • Website of a regional fitness center chain: 2,500 links (500 + 2,000)
  • Active five-year-old blog: 7,500 links (1,500 + 6,000)
  • Medium-sized online shop for designer furniture: 30,000 links (6,000 + 24,000)
  • Website of a multinational automotive manufacturing company: 250,000 links (50,000 + 200,000)
  • Website of a multinational IT company: 1,000,000 links (200,000 + 800,000)

How can I upgrade/downgrade/cancel my subscription?

You can change or cancel your subscription at any time. Simply log in to your account, click on “Account” at the right-hand side of the title bar, and select “Subscription Settings” from the drop-down menu to see the available options.

Upgrades are processed immediately on a prorated basis. Downgrades or cancellations will take effect at the end of your current term.

Will I be charged VAT/Sales Tax?

Our e-commerce partner Paddle is legally required to charge VAT for customers from the European Union and several other countries, including India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Norway, Switzerland, and South Africa. However, the tax is already included in the prices listed above, so there will be no surprises at checkout. What you see is what you pay.

If you have a VAT ID, be sure to enter it via the “Add VAT Number” link on the checkout page. This will avoid unnecessary VAT charges.

Will I receive an invoice?

You will receive an invoice for every payment made via email. Each invoice will include VAT (Sales Tax) where applicable.