What if we really want to color pages based on their site section, and what if we want them to be sized based on the number of incoming external links? To do this, you must first download your main linked pages from Google Search Console. If you haven't done so yet, just log in to your Search Console account and follow these steps: Click "Search Traffic" in the left navigation. Click on “Links to your site” in the menu that opens. Click "More >>" in the "Your Most Related Content" column. And "Download this table."
The only problem with the uploaded data is that for our purposes we need the URLs in the form of a domain, and the table only displays the path. To handle this easily, you can simply: Open the spreadsheet. Insert a new column A before the URL path. Put your jewelry retouching service domain (assuming B2 contains your domain which oddly is the only URL to display completely) so you don't create Double-click the lower right corner of the cell with your newly added domain to copy the domain to the bottom of the spreadsheet. Select the data from columns A and B (the domain and the path) and copy it into
Notepad. Find and replace "//" with "/" (without the quotes). Select everything in Notepad. Paste it in column B and delete column A. You now have the same list but with the full URL. Get the data in Gephi Here we will upload the source/target CSV file that we created earlier and named working.csv. This will create the edges and nodes that Gephi needs to build the graphics. (For our purposes here, a node is a page and an edge represents the link between pages.) To import the spreadsheet, simply open