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Re: Who links to me ?

Thanks to all - It looks like even if I have been doing web developmet for 
years there is still plenty of stuff to discover -
Alexa was extremely helpful - Not only it did not include the internal links 
but it only showed one
result per website external link so I could finally see lots of website I 
could not reach before.

"wd" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> On Tue, 23 May 2006 23:01:19 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Also use the same syntax in Yahoo, which will return more results.
>> However, links to self (internal) will be included among the results.
>> I never knew that alexa.com did something similar.... until now. However,
>> while I know about related sites, I can't find anything for backlinks, as
>> suggested elswhere in this thread. Moreover, "link:" is an operator which
>> I know is not supported by MSN. Ever since Alexa accepted a payment to
>> move to leave Google and take MSN (with a promotional statement), I no
>> longer care for them. Perhaps neither should you...
> MSN supports the link:http://www...
> A fast way to find IBLs is to use Firefox with the CustomizeGoogle
> extension.  That will put some JavaScript on the Google SERPs that lets
> you search the other search engines with just a click.
> 1. Hit Ctrl-K to move to the Firefox Google search box.
> 2. Type link:http://domain [Whatever your domain is. You have to use the
> http:// for Yahoo.]
> 3. Middle-click (or Ctrl-click) on the links for Yahoo
> and MSN on the Google SERPs.
> Now you have 3 tabs open with the different results for your IBLs.
> Amazon have also caused hard times for a lot of smaller
> bookstores in the US, and Amazon are still not even making a profit. 

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