Find Out Who's Linking To Your Website!

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization and Marketing' started by GUDVH, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. GUDVH

    GUDVH New Member

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    Find out who's linking to your website, webpages, and articles with this simple backlink checker technique using Google search: domain:YOUR-WEBSITE.COM

    Let me know what you think .. ;)
     
  2. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Google's 'back link' "special search" hasn't worked as anyone thinks it does since 1998, so your "method" is completely useless and pointless.


    AND in keeping with your usual practice of getting it WRONG.

    Google have NEVER had a domain: search operator that showed links to a webite. It was Yahoo! that had a linkdomain: operator to show links that point to ANY url on the site rather than links that pointed ONLY to the root URL.

    Yahoo! also had a domain: operator that was the equivalent of the Google site: operator.

    So please try and get your facts right before making bold announcements or offering "advice".
     
  3. GUDVH

    GUDVH New Member

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    Think Outside The Box!

    You may disagreed with my practices, but I am amazed at the number of people followed my advice, tried it for themselves, and got the results they're seeking.

    Using the above mentioned practices shown, not only will you be able to find out who's linking to you, you are also in the know of sites mentioned of your web property, and how & what was used on their site(s) that somehow your website was involved, linked, and anchored.

    When you think "outside the box", amazing things happen!
     
  4. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    It not your practices that I disagree with, It the simple fact that most of what you come out with is WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!

    YOU don't know enough about what is INSIDE the box to consider what is outside!!
     
  5. GUDVH

    GUDVH New Member

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    It not your practices that I disagree with ;)
     
  6. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Oh dear, yes I missed out "is" or " 's" which makes it a grammatical error NOT a factual error and as such does not change the material fact that YOU invariably, get easily researched "facts" completely WRONG.
     
  7. d.rahulchowdary

    d.rahulchowdary New Member

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    I checked your google search tip. It just finds the "exact word" showed up in different sites but not the backlinks. Even it shows the list of cached sites which no longer be available later.
     

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