The backlink Checker tool is running a series of tests to know how many backlinks are refering to the website or link you entered. Additional information is also being collected including the anchor text used, the range of pages of the origin of the backlink and any potential indicator or warning for each link.
Your results are in! (But, what do you mean?)
First, the backlinks to your domain or specific web pages are important. The more incoming links you have, the higher your overall Google ranking, right? Close, but not enough. Google, and other search engines that matter, the quality of the links over the amount. At one point, website owners and Internet marketers would try to cheat the system by buying a large number of backlinks for a cheap price. Some still do, although it has been proven that Google penalizes websites for doing that. Google prefers natural links. Low-quality links can hurt you more than help. In short, it is better to have five quality backlinks than having 50 low-quality backlinks. Read more about the Google Quality Guidelines for creating links here: https://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2010/06/quality-links-to-your-site.html.
This free backlink Checker tool is designed to show you everything you need to know the quality of your links. Below your results (in the bottom left corner) you will see exactly how many backlinks there are in total. Only 10 results are displayed per page and you can navigate through each page in the lower right corner. Each result will show you the origin of the link or the exact page that contains the link to your website/page. Clicking on each link will open that page in a new tab or window. On the right, you will find Google Page Rank of the web page that contains the origin of the backlink. The next column on the right will tell you what anchor text is used to describe your website or page, if applicable. Finally, the last column notifies you of any red flags; In particular, if a link is marked "no follow."
How often should you perform a link audit?
If you have just started building links, you may be tempted to use this backward verification tool quite often, and that is fine to do. However, a link audit can be much more complicated and in-depth than just running this tool. A full link audit should be done approximately once a year, and you can use the information to determine what areas of link creation (blog comments, guest blogs, social bookmarking, etc.) are most effective, especially when it comes to attracting more traffic to your web page.
remember: The "Backlink" are other links that take us to our site, probably on occasion, you can use this tool that is called " Backlink Maker."
Check external links to the web (Backlink Checker) is easy with this tool 100% free, and is very useful for a website positioning. I hope you like this tool. Share it with your friends.