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    Links into my site...

    Is there an easy way to find out who is linking to my website? I have used Google (link:http://www.mysite.com) but was just wondering if anyone knows of another way....?

    Cheers

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    with stats programs such as Webalizer and AWStats they show you all the referrer sites which are pointed to your site.

    Check with your hosting provider so see what kind of stats package they have available for you

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    If you want to see stats from several search engines at the same time you could use a link popularity tool such as http://www.marketleap.com/publinkpop/

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    Those are all good options but you might be interested in
    good useful software out there like seoelite.

    Go search for it on google or something. Yea, it costs money
    but it's something you'll be using forever.
    Closed Door Interviews: How 10 ordinary people
    make a fortune selling ordinary products online.
    See for yourself how they're doing it

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    Hello stevie.p.
    No easy, comprehensive way. What I do is search in Google for:
    @mysite.com -site:mysite.com

    You have to manually separate the pages that don't link to you, but just have the text "mysite.com."

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    Cool, cheers for the advice y'all. Will check the suggested options out.

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