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Hello all,

I am interested to find out what is the best way, programatically, to find out how many backlinks a website has.

What service or website would you use to get this information and what cost would be involved.

In the past, it was possible to use yahoo site explorer but we can not use that now.

thank you in advance
#backlinks #website
  • Profile picture of the author codymoya
    How do I get backlinks to my website?

    I would love to know how I can get inexpensive quality backlinks to my website. If anybody could help me that would greatly be appreciated.
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    • Profile picture of the author adwordvouchers015
      There is no cost involved in it. you can get this information about backlinks through some major sites like backlinkwatch.
      I hope this information would be useful for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author christinejones
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    The first step in building backlinks is to find the places from which you can get quality backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author kozzimozzy
    Originally Posted by shakil754 View Post

    Hello all,

    I am interested to find out what is the best way, programatically, to find out how many backlinks a website has.

    What service or website would you use to get this information and what cost would be involved.

    In the past, it was possible to use yahoo site explorer but we can not use that now.

    thank you in advance
    type this thing on google search box: [link:YourDomainName.com]


    Please Include the square brackets.
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    • Profile picture of the author Earnie Boyd
      Originally Posted by kozzimozzy View Post

      type this thing on google search box: [link:YourDomainName.com]


      Please Include the square brackets.
      And what am I supposed to see?
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  • Profile picture of the author Allcityloan
    There are syntax for finding backlinks from google .search it on google you get more information about this
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  • Profile picture of the author Webgeniuz1
    Alexa.com will give you a break down of all website backlinks.

    Simply type in your domain name, and you'll see under "External Links" a number. If clicked, a query will appear where you can see the sources of your links.
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    • Profile picture of the author digitaltwist
      Originally Posted by Webgeniuz1 View Post

      Alexa.com will give you a break down of all website backlinks.

      Simply type in your domain name, and you'll see under "External Links" a number. If clicked, a query will appear where you can see the sources of your links.
      Alexa seems slow to update so probably better off with one of the other methods
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  • Profile picture of the author saxatwork
    Got this from somewhere, not sure how accurate this would be:

    yourdomain.com -inurl:yourdomain.com

    That should pull out sites with all your domains, and exclude the ones from your own domain name.
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  • Profile picture of the author BlogginAngie
    There are quite a few of posts on Fiverr who offer back links for only $5. Several different page rankings you can chose from.
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  • Profile picture of the author ProAffiliate01
    There used to be a tool on the Google search engine pages. It was a "backlink" URL that you could click. I don't see that nowadays, and I wonder why.
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