How to find which internal pages link to a specific internal page?

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I need to know how many inner pages link to specific inner page on my website. I see most tools have Internal/External link counts but they don't have what I am looking for. In SEOquake Internal links are just on-page links that link to other pages on website.

What I need is to know how many incoming internal links are there to specific page on my website. Additional information on which anchors they have would be even better. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Surajrai
    ahrefs.com may help you to know how many pages are linked with a particular page.
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  • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
    Originally Posted by felixcohen View Post

    I need to know how many inner pages link to specific inner page on my website. I see most tools have Internal/External link counts but they don't have what I am looking for. In SEOquake Internal links are just on-page links that link to other pages on website.

    What I need is to know how many incoming internal links are there to specific page on my website. Additional information on which anchors they have would be even better. Thanks.
    You should use this extension "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pagerank-status/hbdkkfheckcdppiaiabobmennhijkknn" it will certainly solve your problem. Look under "Links Stats" tab to see all internal and external links with anchor text.
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    • Profile picture of the author felixcohen
      What's so unclear about my question guys?
      I asked for a tool that can analyze internal links to webpage from same domain it is located on.
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Originally Posted by felixcohen View Post

        What's so unclear about my question guys?
        I asked for a tool that can analyze internal links to webpage from same domain it is located on.
        Nothing just a tough question, I don't know of any tools that show this.

        I think I remember that opensiteexplorer did this in the past, but that's also useless now.

        Perhaps use a tool like Xenu or something to find out. I think that shows the path the crawlers went when scraping the URL's, not too sure though.

        Would make a nice tool for sure and it's a shame it doesn't exist, at least not when I searched for it last time.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    OP try Screaming Frog SEO, the free version lets you check 500 internal pages.
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    • Profile picture of the author felixcohen
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      OP try Screaming Frog SEO, the free version lets you check 500 internal pages.
      Used paid version and found 20000 URLs on small WordPress blog. 500 pages in free version? That would be not worth the efforts in terms of accuracy.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by felixcohen View Post

        Used paid version and found 20000 URLs on small WordPress blog. 500 pages in free version? That would be not worth the efforts in terms of accuracy.
        It's an excellent option If it's a small site (less than 500 pages). You didn't say how many pages in OP.

        I'm not sure what your doing after saying 20,000 URLs (pages?) is a small site. IMO 20k pages is a big site.
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  • Profile picture of the author inudu
    Try Ahrefs or OpensiteExplorer
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  • Profile picture of the author webdevpro
    This is not as easy as you may think of. For accurate results you need first to have all the pages from your site to be available for parsing. You can use TeleportPro like software to first save your site for offline use and then using GREP like command editors to find all the internal page using some Regex Patterns.
    For online tools I heard about Ahrefs and OpenSiteExplore etc.
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