Backlink Checker

See up to 100 referring domains instantly with Linkody’s Free Backlink Checker.

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How to analyse your backlink profile:

  1. Check your domain’s backlinks

    We’ll show you the top backlinks to your domain when you run our Backlink Checker.

  2. Analyse your backlink profile

    After signing up, you will be able to see all qualitative data to assess which backlinks are valuable and which are not.

  3. Add your competitors

    By getting an in-depth view of your competitors' backlinks, you’ll gain insights into where they are focusing on.

  4. Start Linkbuilding

    Linkody will be your right-hand man in defining your linkbuilding goals and strategy.

Backlink Checker by Linkody

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What is this tool?

With this SEO tool, you can get a quick overview of a website's backlink profile. The list of the 100 top backlinks is sorted by the referring website’s domain authority in descending order.

This shows you how strong and how well reputed a domain is in the eyes of a search engine like Google. And out of around 200 different metrics used by Google to show relevant search results, the backlink profile is one of the top-3 ranking factors.

What do the metrics mean?

In the free backlink checker results, you’ll find an assorted number of metrics. Each metric is briefly explained below.

“Authority” - Domain authority

The estimated quality of a domain as a whole, that shows how well the website is considered by search engines. This is quite cyclic and is dependant on factors including the number of high DA websites linking to the domain. The higher the better.

“From” - Source URL

The address of the specific page in the domain that links to your website. To avoid redundant results, only one URL is shown per unique referring domain, even if multiple backlinks are pointing to different pages.

“To” - Target URL

The target page on your website the backlink is pointing to.

“Anchor” - Anchor text

The displayed text used for the backlink.

“Rel” - Relationship type

This can either be follow or nofollow. Nofollow links, in most cases, don’t help with rankings. So your goal should be to maximize the number of follow links (aka dofollow links).

“TLD” - Top Level Domain

The Top Level Domain shows the location (country) of the referring website.