SEO Tool - Who links to me?


In today's world, search engines play an important part in attracting visitors to websites and products. A site optimised to maximise its search engine rankings (search engine optimisation - SEO) is a valuable tool, which can attract a massive amount of visitors. The secret to utilizing your websites search engine rankings is to try and understand how they work.

One of the ways in which a search engine ranks your website is by the amount of incoming links. For example Google has this to say in the webmaster area of their website:

“Sites' positions in our search results are determined automatically based on a number of factors... We don't manually assign keywords to sites, nor do we manipulate the ranking of any site in our search results.

In general, webmasters can improve the rank of their sites by increasing the number of high-quality sites that link to their pages..."

To rise higher in search engines then one must ensure that a good number of quality incoming links are obtained. It is also a good idea to look at your competitors and see how many links are going into their sites. This will help you to figure out where these links could be obtained and an idea of how many you will need to acquire.

Recently I came across this tool: Who links to me?

This is very useful in finding out links in to your site and how search engines view your site. Here is an example of how attitude design bears up: Attitude Design results.

I hope this tool is helpful to you. Does anybody have any other useful tools they can share with us?

Comments

Hey Matt, nice find. That tool looks fairly useful. Onwards and upwards, that's the Attitude!

I also believe that great content will draw in high amounts of traffic not just through SERPs but social networks and regular readers.

A great tool to try is SEO for FireFox at:

http://tools.seobook.com/firefox/seo-for-firefox.html

thanks for the info...