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Guides and answers to questions about the Links section
How many links per website can I track?
During the first scan, we find your top 5000 links. Afterwards we track an unlimited number of new and lost links to your website.
Is there a limit to how much link data I can export?
No, there is no upper limit to how much link data you can export from Morningscore.
How often is my link data updated?
Morningscore updates your link data on a daily basis.
Why doesn't my new link show up in the tool?
It takes a while for Morningscore to be able to automatically detect a new link, but there is a way to speed up the process. Log in to your Morningscore account Go to the Links section Scroll down to Your new links Click on Scan for links Copy your link and paste it into the search bar Click on Scan Wait for your link to appear
Why does my link appear as a lost link even though I didn't lose it?
Morningscore sometimes detects a lost link that wasn't in fact lost. It typically happens if a link is placed on a landing page with dynamic content, i.e. content that changes based on the user's behavior. It's worth noting that even if Morningscore mistakenly detects a lost link to your website this way, Google won't let it affect your ranking. That only happens if you have in fact lost the link.
Other tools say I have more links. How do you count the total links I have?
If you appear to have fewer links when you look it up in our tool, it's just because Morningscore chose to simplify things by only listing every unique domain that links to you. However, you can still see each individual backlink under All links in the Links section.
What is the point of the Linkscore?
Our Linkscore is a metric that reflects the strenght of your website's link profile, which is determined by how much authority the websites that link to you have combined. The higher your Linkscore, the better your chances of ranking high in Google. But it's worth noting that you can have the best and most well-optimized website in the world and still have a hard time ranking for your keywords. If that's the case, it's most likely because yu need to work on your linkbuilding to increase your
Is my Linkscore good or bad?
The best way to figure out if your Linkscore is good or bad is to compare it to one of your competitors or a business similar to your size and industry. However, here are some general numbers to support the big picture: Linkscores of the best websites in the world are typically around 250,000 and higher. A very few websites are even in the millions. Linkscores of most regular businesses average between 500 and 5,000. As a rule of thumb, if your own Linkscore is lower than 2,000, there's prob
How is my Linkscore calculated?
These are the variables that we use to calculate your Linkscore: 1) Number of websites that link to you We're calculating the Linkscore based on a maximum number of 100.000 websites. 2) The average DA of those websites* Specifically we use the average DA of the top 80 % of those websites, while always rounding up individual DA values to the nearest 10. 3) The DA of your own website In case your own DA is 0, we'll round up to 1. This means the formula looks like this: **Num