I received a question today about tracking links to particular websites. I’m sure there are multiple ways to do this, but two ways are to use Technorati and Google. From the search page or advanced search page of each site, you can form search queries with the following syntax. Copy the URL of the website you want to get links to first. Here are the relevant links you can use to do this. I’ve used my own blog URL for the examples:
Google Advanced Search Page: (look under “Page-Specific Search” and the field by “Links”)
Search syntax: http://www.google.com/search?as_lq=www.speedofcreativity.org&btnG=Search
Anyone else have a favorite way of doing this?
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