As with heading text, links too can cause accessibility issues for visitors browsing your site using a screen reader. If a link has non-descriptive of inaccurate link text, and the page to which the link will take the user is non-descript it can be very difficult indeed for a visually impaired visitor to know whether or not this is the link they need to click, in order to navigate your site content.
The list of links in this section contains a column on the left detailing the URL to which the link points, and then (in the right column) the actual link text being used for this link.
Scroll through the list of links and make sure that the link text shown accurately communicates the destination of the URL, left. If it does not, it is advisable to drop back into the designer window to change the links text if possible.