Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Fleki, Mar 17, 2011.
How do you collect the urls of all of your backlinks?
Not just indexed ones, but all of them?
If they're backlinks you made yourself, then you would already know the URLs. If you've just done a spam run and you want to see how many of your links got through and stuck, you'd scrape the list of URLs that you spammed a couple of days later and check for the presence of your URL in the source code of each page.
If you're looking for each and every link to your page that exists on the internet (not necessarily links that you made or spammed yourself), then short of spidering the whole web, there's no way of doing it - and the SE spiders would probably do a much faster and more thorough job of doing that anyway.
If a link's not indexed, it's pretty difficult to find out about it, because it's probably in some far flung, totally obscure corner of the web that doesn't get spidered regularly.
You can use a software called SEO spyglass...
Or SB backlink checker addon would do too
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