Best tool to analyse backlinks ?

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Which tool you guys use to analyse the incoming backlinks to your website?

Majestic SEO works fine for me now, but I haven't found the perfect tool yet.

Which tool do you recommend? And is it free or paid?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mydewdrops
    I use backlinkwatch you might want to give it a try.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ahura
        I use use Colibri Tool
        Among it's many other basic functions It also monitors backlinks
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        • Profile picture of the author pschout
          Originally Posted by Ahura View Post

          I use use Colibri Tool
          Among it's many other basic functions It also monitors backlinks
          This one looks good, never heard of it. I'm gonna try the free version for 2 weeks.

          which subsripction do you use?
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    • Profile picture of the author Devjeet
      Originally Posted by Mydewdrops View Post

      I use backlinkwatch you might want to give it a try.
      Sometimes backlink watch shows hundreds of backlinks from the same domain...I don't think it's worth anymore. Yahoo site explorer was one of the best tools to analysis backlinks....but they shut it down...
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    • Profile picture of the author speakarea
      backlinkwatch is the best tool to analyses the backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandebdavid
    domain-pop.com does well for me and its totally free
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    • Profile picture of the author cindypark
      Originally Posted by sandebdavid View Post

      domain-pop.com does well for me and its totally free
      love this,and its free...thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author QuirkieGifts
    Must admit i use Majestic SEO same as you
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  • Profile picture of the author HorseStall
    Here is a large list of back link checking tools that are free - Back Link Checking Tools
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    • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
      Originally Posted by HorseStall View Post

      Here is a large list of back link checking tools that are free - Back Link Checking Tools

      I think the information that you linked to in that blog was written back in 1999, it is so outdated. You should probably remove that link. It's useless.

      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Dude give me your magic potion because with every tweak I have never known SEO spyglass to be that reliably fast. Not on any local system and certainly not on a VPS. its been the slowest most clunky piece of software I used regularly.

      It will hit that speed sometimes yes but it will just as well hang for two minutes too and sometimes forever. However maybe you are talking about imports only not actually finding backlinks.

      Yes backlink miner import csv, excel etc. imports web me up too. And as fate would have it today its giving me the first problem in 6 months with their license server - go figure.:rolleyes:
      I agree, SEO spyglass is painfully slow.

      If people don't want to buy opensiteexploer, majestic or ahrefs, I'm sure you could find someone on Fiverr that can do it for a $5. As for free stuff, I don't really know of anything worthy.
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  • Profile picture of the author jolarry
    backlink watch can be useful in free solution, but It's not complete compared to gg webmaster tool.
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    • Profile picture of the author condorx
      Try Trafic travis.It has also a free version.
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  • Profile picture of the author sonicadam123
    Shame they shut down yahoo site explorer.

    I use Majestic SEO, they give some pretty decent data points that others don't.

    I also use Analyzebacklinks at times if I want to search through back links en masse.

    I'm still searching for a perfect solution for this, there's some decent options out there, but nothing that does everything we'd want it to.
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  • Profile picture of the author creativesnaps
    I tried lots like Backlink watch but find it does not show up loads and duplicates like you get three entries for different pages, I quite like Alexa the Web Information Company FREE I don't think it a comprehensive list but it gives you some idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author bgj202005
    I've used ahrefs.com. It seems quite useful. However without registering it only allows up to 5 searches per day on domains. Registering for free allows up to 15 searches per day. It shows new links, lost links, anchor text, total links to a website.

    The other program I have used is SEO Spyglass but only goes up to 1,000 backlinks but you can't save any projects in the free version.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveBanks
    I'm all whitehat anymore, G Webmaster Tools does the trick beautifully for me!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ettienne
    Either webmaster tools or ahrefs if you've got a few bucks to spare
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  • Profile picture of the author drmadcow
    I haven't found one I liked.... so I wrote one that does mass competitor analysis using SEOMoz's Linkscape data. I can analyze a set of 250K links in a given industry in about 20-24 hours which produces a crazy report. Only issue is the amount of data, and time to process. You can do a lot of API data
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  • Profile picture of the author Nekojin
    I like to use Open Site Explorer myself, even though I've found it missing portions of backlinks (I normally spot check this on backlink watch). The main reason that I like Open site explorer is the fact that you can export the data to a csv, then pump it through linkdetective.net to get a great breakdown of what your link profile, or a competitors link profile looks like. It can take a bit to get the data crunched from them but it's a great tool if you're trying to spy on competitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author cheyser
    I recommend Trafic travis try it for free!
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    woo rank is best search with term on google
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  • Profile picture of the author pschout
    more suggestions?
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  • Profile picture of the author bungto
    you can check by site ahrefs.com.It's really good
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    backlinkwatch and Google webmaster tools are the best resources i know. Yahoo explorer was a very good service for finding your backlinks but its closed.
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  • Profile picture of the author checklinks
    Best tool for backlinks is sliq submitter. This tool is paid but good for site submission.
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    • Profile picture of the author pschout
      Originally Posted by checklinks View Post

      Best tool for backlinks is sliq submitter. This tool is paid but good for site submission.
      sounds good, im gonna use the trial version
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  • Profile picture of the author lancejeffersons
    I am using opensiteexplorer.org and ahrefs.com..These two are the best for that kind of job..
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    • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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      Originally Posted by lancejeffersons View Post

      I am using opensiteexplorer.org and ahrefs.com..These two are the best for that kind of job..
      Pretty much these are the main ones you're going to find:
      AHREFs
      Moz's Open Site Explorer
      Majestic SEO

      Most other sites like Backlink Watch are using the data from these sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheLinkMaster
    I use backlinkwatch, majesticSEO and Traffic Travis but I love Traffic Travis the best as it can sort and filter backlinks based on PR.
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    • Profile picture of the author pschout
      Originally Posted by TheLinkMaster View Post

      I use backlinkwatch, majesticSEO and Traffic Travis but I love Traffic Travis the best as it can sort and filter backlinks based on PR.
      It says; 'download free' on their homepage, is this a trial version? Do you know what the normal prices are?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark101
    Backlinkwatch is the best according to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stevemartin619
    1- Opensiteexplorer
    2- Backlinkwatch
    3- Market Samurai
    4- SEOSpy
    5- Google Webmaster
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  • Profile picture of the author chensmith62
    Backlinkwatch is good and trustworthy also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vija
    I use majestic seo tool
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
    Do note that these tools will just give you an indication and not your whole backlinking profile. So it would be best to store your own URLs when creating backlinks on your computer.
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  • Profile picture of the author inzaji
    I use backlinkwatch & opensiteexplorer for personal use..

    But @ Office, we use Magestic SEO & its really superb !!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    I use ahers to check backlinks. It's a good one for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeolinStella
    I prefer backlinkcheck.com tool
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  • Profile picture of the author InitialEffort
    Generally I use MajesticSEO paid version. Although not perfect, it seems to work.
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  • Profile picture of the author boostmg
    i use a mix of majestic and ahrefs. as good as it gets right now i guess
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  • Profile picture of the author sharyl
    Siteexplorer.Search.Yahoo.Com - The best thing about this site is that it monitors the RSS feed links you have from other websites.
    This tools is effective to use. It all serves its purpose. However, you may choose based from your preference and need. If you only need to know the number of backlinks, then go for majesticseo, siteexplorer and seomoz.org/linkscapenalyzer.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoace
    I use ahrefs, majesticseo, seo spyglass & ibacklinkspro.
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  • Profile picture of the author jsmichael6
    I use open site explorer(seomoz tool) to get backlink details.
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  • Profile picture of the author tigermannan
    I think Majestic tool is the best one. But you can also try https://ahrefs.com/ this is also paid but best one in my eye. Updation time of ahrefs is about 5-10 minutes. If you place link somewhere you can check even after 5-10 ahrefs will show in the backlink analysis.Other tool i would suggest you, that is slow but we must care more for this, google webmaster links to your site, these links are the links in the eye of Google. Real links that are beneficial for your SEO or indexed links.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mollywhite
    backlinkwatch and ahrefs are nice tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author ehostingpk
    I use ahrefs.com you might want to give it a try.
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  • Profile picture of the author DannicaSmith
    I like Reinvigorate and Serpfox.
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  • Profile picture of the author samfischer980
    Both Majestic SEO and backlink watch are good to check your links.
    But some of the other tools that i can recommend are-:
    1.Ahrefs
    2.Analyze Backlinks
    3.Open Site Explorer
    4.SEO SpyGlass
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    • Profile picture of the author SEOtraveler
      Check out this post:

      Two New Link Analysis Tools Available: OpenLinkProfiler.org & WebMeUp.com

      WebMeUp and OpenLinkProfiler are great new tools backlink analysis. What is more they are absolutely FREE, so you don't have to pay any subscription for checking your links.
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by SEOtraveler View Post

        Check out this post:

        Two New Link Analysis Tools Available: OpenLinkProfiler.org & WebMeUp.com

        WebMeUp and OpenLinkProfiler are great new tools backlink analysis. What is more they are absolutely FREE, so you don't have to pay any subscription for checking your links.
        I'm always interested in new backlink analyzing tools. This Open Link Profiler caught my eye. Site seems to be down right now, but the article from Search Engine Land says...

        OpenLinkProfiler.org, since it is free, and we have not covered it before, offers:
        • Downloads of up to 100,000 backlinks of any site
        • Links are updated daily and displays live backlinks, not outdated broken ones
        • Displays a comprehensive link filters, alerts and recognizing the industry and the link context of every backlink
        I'm very curious about this updated daily part. I cannot imagine how they have the resources to do that, unless they have a very tiny link database. Has anyone tried it yet?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

          I'm very curious about this updated daily part. I cannot imagine how they have the resources to do that, unless they have a very tiny link database. Has anyone tried it yet?

          its basically the same database available with SEOprofiler service which I tried and it was pitiful. the software was nice but the sparsity of link data just made it all eye candy and no dependable data. I guess the service was not getting enough traction so they rolled out this free version. It does look to be better but nowhere even close to ahrefs and Majestic.

          I know you are a Spyglass guy but I tried out and then bought backlink miner and it aint bad, Seokicks is not a bad free database that doesn't get much talk. It has that and SEOmoz built in. It gives you a number of metrics at start up before checking links and it was just much easier to automate. Spyglass no matter how I set it freezes up - worse on any of my VPS. So it was impossible to use my automation tools with it. Backlink Miner never freezes on me.

          I dunno. I thought webmeup would get better but in spyglass at least it s still pathetic. I'll find a hundred links with miner (and it checks for being live) and Webmeup gives me one link. Ahrefs and backlink monitor was very good but now ahrefs has completely changed their API and raised their prices through the roof. So its motly miner for me because I go through 100-200 hundred domains a day most days and any plan anywhere on that is astronomical
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          • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            I know you are a Spyglass guy but I tried out and then bought backlink miner and it aint bad, Seokicks is not a bad free database that doesn't get much talk. It has that and SEOmoz built in. It gives you a number of metrics at start up before checking links and it was just much easier to automate. Spyglass no matter how I set it freezes up - worse on any of my VPS. So it was impossible to use my automation tools with it. Backlink Miner never freezes on me.
            Does Backlink Miner let you import the database from Ahrefs? That is what I like about SpyGlass. I can download another service's links, and then import them into SpyGlass.

            It certainly is not the fastest tool out there, but I have it tweaked right now to a point that it will usually do about 1000-1200 links in under 2 minutes. That's not too bad.
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post


              It certainly is not the fastest tool out there, but I have it tweaked right now to a point that it will usually do about 1000-1200 links in under 2 minutes. That's not too bad.
              Dude give me your magic potion because with every tweak I have never known SEO spyglass to be that reliably fast. Not on any local system and certainly not on a VPS. its been the slowest most clunky piece of software I used regularly.

              It will hit that speed sometimes yes but it will just as well hang for two minutes too and sometimes forever. However maybe you are talking about imports only not actually finding backlinks.

              Yes backlink miner import csv, excel etc. imports web me up too. And as fate would have it today its giving me the first problem in 6 months with their license server - go figure.:rolleyes:
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              • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Dude give me your magic potion because with every tweak I have never known SEO spyglass to be that reliably fast. Not on any local system and certainly not on a VPS. its been the slowest most clunky piece of software I used regularly.

                It will hit that speed sometimes yes but it will just as well hang for two minutes too and sometimes forever. However maybe you are talking about imports only not actually finding backlinks.

                Yes backlink miner import csv, excel etc. imports web me up too. And as fate would have it today its giving me the first problem in 6 months with their license server - go figure.:rolleyes:
                Make sure you have at least 12 GB Ram, 16 is better. Most of the slow downs are from SpyGlass hogging up resources.

                Up the tasks to 20 or 25. Whatever your machine can handle. 25 is the max. Turn the delay down to 1 second. I have the fastest internet connection my provider offers. Xfinity Business Class or something like that. I also got a new router that is freaking fantastic. ASUS RT-AC68U. Highly recommend it.

                Your connection speed will effect things a lot. If I take a laptop to a coffee shop nearby, SpyGlass takes at least 10 times longer to run.

                Grab your links, and then when you are going to analyze them, uncheck everything except the Page Info under the Internal Factors.

                That will find which links exist, the anchor text, and the URL being linked to. Then just go back and run the rest of the analysis on the existing links. No need to waste time analyzing links that are long gone. Stupid to run 5000 links only to find that 4700 no longer exist.

                Every now and then it will still hang up here and there. The thing is a resource hog.

                They recently released a beta on a new version that was supposed to be a lot faster. I opened the thing once and have not touched it since. Hated the new layout.
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                • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                  Thanks Mike. I will take that into consideration when I run Spyglass locally but those specs are a no go for me on a VPS plus I need something that almost never hangs. Right now I do about a 100-200 searches a day and have it semi automated. Slow downs my macros can take but freezes throw the whole thing off. Wake up in the morning and realize nothing is done

                  I'm going to try the beta. I actually thought the update I ran was the new system and was thinking "this is no improvement" but did not install a separate beta.

                  Backlink miner was great to automate and did a pretty good job for like 4 months now but just after I recommended it the site went offline (suspended it seems)and since it phones home for licensing its completely dead

                  I guess I jinxed it
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                  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
                    Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                    Thanks Mike. I will take that into consideration when I run Spyglass locally but those specs are a no go for me on a VPS plus I need something that almost never hangs. Right now I do about a 100-200 searches a day and have it semi automated. Slow downs my macros can take but freezes throw the whole thing off. Wake up in the morning and realize nothing is done

                    I'm going to try the beta. I actually thought the update I ran was the new system and was thinking "this is no improvement" but did not install a separate beta.

                    Backlink miner was great to automate and did a pretty good job for like 4 months now but just after I recommended it the site went offline (suspended it seems)and since it phones home for licensing its completely dead

                    I guess I jinxed it
                    Well, like you jinxed Backlink Miner, I think I jinxed the new SpyGlass. I cannot get the damn thing to run now.

                    I'm running through a similar domain count as you each day.

                    SpyGlass will run a little better on a VPS if you play with the settings, but you have to grab the max of whatever memory the VPS provider offers. It's not going to run on a 1 GB box. I have one separate box in my office pretty much exclusively for Scrapebox and SpyGlass. I also have a VPS with SpyGlass. What I do is feed SpyGlass on the VPS all the domains that have around 500 or less links. That generally doesn't tax it too much. The bigger ones I use my spare setup in the office to run.
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                    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

                      Well, like you jinxed Backlink Miner, I think I jinxed the new SpyGlass. I cannot get the damn thing to run now.
                      I got it running and I actually prefer the layout as cleaner and more direct. However its slower than the present one and yes it locked up over night. and my goodness....

                      Webmeup in its SUCKS.

                      Over and over again comparing I find a hundred links in other resources and spyglass says no links. One thousand in majestic and ahrefs (Most verified live if you load them up and check them) and three or four in spyglass. Link Assistant should just wave the white flag and put in external APis for Majestic and Ahrefs because for examining domains or link opportunities no decision can be made with spyglass.

                      I really thought they were rewriting Spyglass in this beta but it still locks up and though I am very grateful for your tips and its o fault no fault of yours 12 gigs of memory to get the thing working and still locks up for you sometimes is ridiculous.

                      Any programmers out there please build a good backlink checker
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    • Profile picture of the author Assignmentwriter
      This is best one Open Site Explorer
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    I use ahrefs.com and market samurai
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  • Profile picture of the author wikiklix
    I have been using majestic seo, they give you a good visual guide to the overall quality of your backlink profile
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    You can use the Comment Poster on Scrapebox for checking live links. It's not blazing fast but it will check 1,000 live links in 5min. If you already own SB & aren't checking 100K live links, it's good enough (IMO).
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      You can use the Comment Poster on Scrapebox for checking live links. It's not blazing fast but it will check 1,000 live links in 5min. If you already own SB & aren't checking 100K live links, it's good enough (IMO).
      Yeah, but Scrapebox does not have its own link database to work off of. And it is only going to pick up links to a specified URL, so you have to load all the site's URLs in there too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      You can use the Comment Poster on Scrapebox for checking live links. It's not blazing fast but it will check 1,000 live links in 5min. If you already own SB & aren't checking 100K live links, it's good enough (IMO).
      Never used it for that but the Pagerank checker is fast. However Gscraper is lightning.
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  • Profile picture of the author MallofStyle
    Majestic SEO, opensiteexplorer, backlinkwatch
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  • Profile picture of the author fivercraze
    Originally Posted by pschout View Post

    Which tool you guys use to analyse the incoming backlinks to your website?

    Majestic SEO works fine for me now, but I haven't found the perfect tool yet.

    Which tool do you recommend? And is it free or paid?
    For sure use :
    https://ahrefs.com/

    They are the best out in market and best thing is that they are free to use and they let us analyse backlinks very well...
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    I don't think one person in this thread mentioned Webmaster Tools...

    EDIT:

    Nevermind, like 30 people did on the first page. Lol
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      ROFL ....I speak good things about Backlink miner and the entire site goes offline along with the license authentication server. Time to get my own backlink checker built
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  • Profile picture of the author multiplecloud
    There are 3 major backlink/competitor analysis tools

    1. moz
    2. ahrefs
    3. majestic

    I prefer ahrefs the most as it return very accurate detail.
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    I use majestic seo and Google Webmaster is a good ways..
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  • Profile picture of the author sunipun786
    I Prefer SeoSpyGlass.
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  • Profile picture of the author davidblack
    I usually use adhrefs or opensiteexplorer, but recently I've made a switch to MoonSearch, and I have to say it is a great tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChristopherMarti
    Best backlink analysis tools are as follows:
    Google Webmaster tool.
    SEOmoz.
    Majestic SEO.
    Link Diagnosis.
    Advanced Link Manager.
    Bing Webmaster Tool.
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    • Profile picture of the author kid3378
      I actually got a review about what's the best backlink checker tool for websites here.

      It covered majestic, opensiteexplorer, ahrefs, and monitor backlinks.

      Some more links mentioned were:
      Small SEO Tools Backlink Checker
      Backlink Watch
      Raven Tools


      You can actually use google webmaster tools to analyze backlinks of your site too.
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  • Profile picture of the author XcODes
    I have tried so many tools but i found depth link search simply via online but it still has to improve much SiteHostingTalk Seo | Free,professional online onpage seo reports
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  • Profile picture of the author jayanta dey
    To analyse backlinks you can use backlinkswatch.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author aldira
    i'm using easybacklinkanalyzer .. simple and fast .. it giving me more infroamtion about the backlink
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  • Profile picture of the author davidblack
    I use Ahrefs, or opensiteexplorer but i use MoonSearch SEO tool. It is new but very good and very easy to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author ketul
    I prefer backlinkwatch, smallseotools and webmeup for backlink analysis.
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  • Profile picture of the author ActionEstore
    Right now I am using Monitor backlinks tool and it really helping me out on my backlinks report and analysis..
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  • Profile picture of the author ChristinaCa
    Google webmaster tool is best Backlink analyses.
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  • Profile picture of the author seosuperstar2014
    Majestic and ahrefs is good, but a bit expensive though, there are software tools from seo powersuite, worth a try..
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  • Profile picture of the author ketul
    Google web master tools is a best for back link analysis. backlinkwatch and smallseotools also best tool for backlink analysis.
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