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How can i tell the quality of my back links?

Discussion in 'Link Development' started by funky109, Mar 26, 2009.

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    Now i was wondering, because webmaster live has a handy page score feature to its back links. Anyway is there a site or tool i can use to find out the quality of my links with google and yahoo? Apart from the obvious (do a search and see where they come on it)
    SEMrush
     
    funky109, Mar 26, 2009 IP
    SEMrush
  2. NickE83

    NickE83 Well-Known Member

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    A really really good tool that I recommend you check out is SEO spyglass, its the biz :)
     
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  3. funky109

    funky109 Peon

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    Nice one that helps alot
     
    funky109, Mar 26, 2009 IP
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    you have few option either make urself a good tool or use another website. collect and rebuild in new form
     
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    misel Member

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    What you want is linkjuice from the link.

    If you can afford it you can check the linkjuice with the tool Linkscape from Seomoz. You must have the paid version allthough.
     
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  6. funky109

    funky109 Peon

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    yeah thought about it but heard there is some good free tools you can use just wondered if people had any links
     
    funky109, Mar 27, 2009 IP
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    Great tools. Has anyone tried both linkscape and SEO Spyglass? It looks like a tough decision. I like the basic analysis tool at the linkscape site.

    What is the right way to link a domain - mydomain.com or www.mydomain.com or either with a / on the end?

    Thanks
     
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    brian65 Active Member

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    Really, the only way to tell the quality of your backlinks is to wait a while after getting the links and see how your SERPs improves. There are many factors that can affect your performance but good links is probably the most important.

    When linking a domain, whether you have a trailing / or not on the URL doesn't really matter. If things like this really mattered to engines like Google, the internet would be an extremely fickle place.
     
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    I look at the anchor text used, PR of page, PR of websites homepage. This should give you a good idea of how much juice it is passing.
     
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    Me too checking by the domain PR and using backlinlwatch for it
     
    rena, Mar 27, 2009 IP
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    Hey thanks for the link to : linkdiagnosis.com/ thats a really good tool :)
     
    ldigital, Mar 28, 2009 IP
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    I just hoped they'd be a short cut way to find out, regularly check SERP's but wondered if there was an easier way.
     
    funky109, Mar 28, 2009 IP
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    [fresh] CK Peon

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    PR is the biggest thing. Get the google toolbar and check every page's PR.
     
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    Sounds just as much hard work as checking SERP's to be honest but guessing the theme is no short cuts
     
    funky109, Mar 30, 2009 IP
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    When considering submitting of my site to directories there are several problems. The first one is some of them want us to pay for a listing they will not guarantee they will list so even if it were worth is to pay you could waist you money. Besides that even if they promised to list my site if I payed there is no way to tell if it is worth it. Then there all those directories that want reciprocal. Even if I was not afraid that might make my site look bad you just can't have a bunch of links back to you site. Is it ever OK to give a link back. I considered making a recourses page for links back to directories but am not sure.
    You thoughts are welcome

    Right now I am using http://www.easysubmits.com/index.php. It is easy to use and no reciprocal links are required but I am not sure if the page rank of the sites we submit to are high and I am skeptical of even a semi automated site like this. To there created they have one of those code generators for each listing, catigor8ies and other fields directories want you to fill out and it is free. I have submitted to some of there directories and received emails wanting a conformation to it might be a legitimate site.
     
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    I often use my own judgment by looking at the PR and relevancy of the link, but I sometimes use Linkdiagnosis.com. It's a good tool.
     
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    Nice tool thanks for share.......
     
    newagesmb, Mar 30, 2009 IP