Link Count Checker

Links matter. While SEO experts may argue about many things, everyone can agree that when it comes to getting your site visible in the search engine result pages (SERPs) you need to have relevant and authoritative websites linking to yours, and as many of them as you can.

 

External links (links pointing to your page from another website) can be tricky. You need to have as many links as you can, but the emphasis is on the quality. You want your site to be linked to other domains that are relevant to your audience and have authority. Being linked to from these pages indicates that your domain is of a similar caliber. That’s important information for moving up the search results! While the authority of the links pointing to your site is most important, it still matters that you get more links pointing your way. This can be difficult to keep track of, which is why we have created our free Link Count Checker to make this as simple as possible for you.

While external links are essential, so are internal links. Have you taken the time to examine how your links come together on your site? How many of your own pages link to each other? This affects usability for your audience, and also affects how Google views your website. The more internal links you have pointing to a particular page, the more important search engines like Google see those pages. If you want your visitors to see your most important lead page, then you need more of your own pages pointing users (and Google) in that direction.

Tracking all of this information can be a lot of work. We want to encourage you to take this information seriously so your site can succeed, so we’ve made it as simple as possible for you with our free SEO tool.

To use our Link counter, enter your URL in the box below and click submit. You’ll get back a simple chart with will tell you how many total links are pointing to your page, internal links, and external links.

 

Use our FREE tool to
Count The Links In Your Webpage

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