As you probably already know, if you search Google for "link:websiteadress.com", Google will display a pathetic amount of links (usually around 5-10% of the total links), making the search operator "link" worthless. However, I found that if you use the search operator "intext:websiteaddress.com", Google will display countless websites linking to that domain. I've only briefly messed around with this, but Google's returned text links, image links, and nofoll0w links in the results. For example, MajesticSEO reported 43 referring domains for a particular site, and when I used this method Google found 37 of those domains. You can also tweak the searches using various footprints such as: intitle: post intext:"websiteaddress.com" inurl:forum intext:"websiteaddress.com" etc. Here are some images I made to pretty up this post: If you were going to use this method, I would recommend using scrapebox and then filtering out all the duplicate domains. Anyway, I don't know if this method has been posted before, but hopefully this will be helpful to some people.