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How many links per site do you find?
Initially we find your top 5000 links (linking domains; sorted by highest Value). Thereafter we track an unlimited number of New Links and Lost Links to your site.
Is there a Link Tool export limit?
There are no limits when exporting Links.
I got a new link but I can't see it in the Link Tool?
Although we find your links as fast as possible, sometimes it might take us a little while. To help with that, we made the Scan For Links feature where you can insert the URL of the page that has a link pointing to your site. Once you click Scan, we crawl that URL and confirm that there really is a link on the page. This normally takes less than 1 minute and once completed, you will see the new link appear in the Link Tool. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/e5d169c
What's the Link Tool update frequency?
We update all of your links daily.
Other tools say I have more links. How do you count the total links I have?
One thing you will notice is that we don't use words like Referring Domains or Inbound Domains. Instead, to simplify things, we call "Links" all the unique domains that link to you. You can still see each individual backlink you get from those domains, however, in the All Links section.
The Link Tool says I have Lost Links but when I check them they are still live?
Sometimes our link crawlers act weird and they show some links as lost while they actually aren't. Typically, that happens to links that are placed on pages that in some way handle dynamic content. For example, if the link to your site was inserted on https://examplewebsite.com/category/page/2/, and now there have been new pages published that have pushed your link back to, say, /page/4/, you will often see that as a Lost Link in our tool. The important (and good) thing to remember is that Goo
What is link value?
In order to rank all websites in the world by how strong their Link Profile is, we need to attribute how many links they get and how strong these links are. Therefore, we assign each and every website and page a value between 0 - 100 that is based on different factors but is generally similar to Google's Page Rank score. This same logic applies to both links **pointing out from **your website and those links pointing to your website. Once you get a link from any website, you will see how
What is the Linkscore?
The Linkscore let's you know if your website has a strong or weak link profile. By link profile we mean other websites linking to your website and how good those links are. Why is this super important? Because Google decides whether to rank you high or low on your keywords based partly on how strong your Linkscore is. So if you have the worlds most optimized website with the best content, but no good Linkscore, then you will still have a hard time ranking for your keywords. **Is my Link
How much does the Linkscore affect your Morningscore?
We have scanned through thousands of websites, and we can safely say there is a strong correlation between how many strong links you have and how much traffic you get from Google. In our metrics, this is the correlation between Linkscore (your links) and Morningscore (your Google traffic). So what is the exact correlation? On average this is what we find: BUT This correlation changes a lot based on how big the Linkscore is. What do we mean by that? Here i
Is my Linkscore good or bad?
The best way to figure out if your Linkscore is good or bad, is to measure it against some of your competitors or other businesses similar to your size and industry to see if you "punch above or below your weight class" It can be generalized though. We can say something about a typical scenario. And that is what this ranking table visualises: Linkscore table In this table you can see that the bes