Backlink Checker

Backlinks are incoming links to a website or web page. In the search engine optimization (SEO) world, the number of backlinks is one indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page (though other measures, such as PageRank, are likely to be more important). Outside of SEO, the backlinks of a webpage may be of significant personal, cultural or semantic interest: they indicate who is paying attention to that page. Wikipedia

Backlinks are usually used to determine the popularity of a website, with regards to how many other websites are linking to you.

If you are a webmaster, you will definitely be concerned about the number of backlinks you receive from other websites, the Backlink Checker is a simple and clean solution to find that out.


To check the backlinks for a website, enter the website URL in the provided textbox and select the options that you want to see in the results. You can choose to view the Pagerank of the page that linked to you, home page Pagerank of the linking website, whether the website used the nofollow attribute while linking to you and the anchor text used to link to your website.


Do checkout the backlinks to your website, with this free and easy to use webmaster tool.

Backlink Checker [via Daily SEO Blog]

5 thoughts on “Backlink Checker”

  1. Thank you for the backlinks tool.

    I am hoping you could help me. I have spent the last few months looking for a really simple tool. I was hoping you would know of one that could help me.

    I have a list of urls that we have added a link to, we have the anchor text, and we have the links that the anchor text is pointing to.

    Every program that I have tried requires that we add a SINGLE DOMAIN and then it verifies that the link is pointing back.

    I would like to upload a list of different domains that different links are pointing to.

    Thus, I would add a csv containing the link where the url is, the anchor text and the url the link is pointing to and the software would verify that this is correct.


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