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Best Free Tools For Checking Backlinks (Who Links To You)

Matthew Averkamp

These tools can help you...

  • Discover how many backlinks your website has (who’s linking to your website).
  • Get even more accurate results by combining data from multiple sources.
  • Research competitors’ websites to find out where their links are coming from.

Link Explorer is free to use with limited features (registration is required).

You’ll be able to view the backlinks of any website as well as the domain authority, spam score, nofollow, canonical, and more.

Additional features are available with their paid plans.

OpenLinkProfiler is free to use.

You’ll be able to view the backlinks of any website as well as backlink information such as link influence, link anchor text, nofollow, link age, country, and more.

Some premium features are available with a paid plan from SEOprofiler.

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How Can This Be Free?

All of our tutorials are supported by the small affiliate commission we receive when you purchase SiteGround Hosting and Elementor Pro. We are not associated with SiteGround or Elementor in any way.