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How the Sitechecker tool can help you
Control all incoming links you’ve built by yourself or with the help of employees, freelancers, or agencies.
Track backlinks for all projects in one platform. Help your customers monitor how their link building profile changes due to your efforts.
Monitor your link building strategy implementation. Measure the impact of incoming links on website rankings.
Collect all backlinks in one place
Most backlink trackers crawl the web to find new backlinks, but most such crawlers are blocked by website owners. Sitechecker doesn’t spend resources to crawl the whole internet. Import valuable incoming links that you have built manually or that you have found in GSC, Ahrefs, etc. to get a real picture of your inbound links profile.
Check if referring pages are available in Google index
Only indexed backlinks have an impact on website rankings. It’s important to both check if the backlink is in the index immediately after you get it and track its status regularly to keep the inbound link live. Sitechecker does both.
Bring lost backlinks back to life
Get notified when backlinks become non-indexable or pages with inbound links are deleted. Use these alerts to act immediately and contact website owners to bring lost backlinks back to life.
Get a clear picture of your backlinks anchor cloud
Detect the anchors most used by websites that link to your website.
Monitor which landing pages are leaders by backlinks
Check which landing pages have more backlinks from authoritative domains and analyze how inbound links have influenced their search traffic.
Evaluate growth dynamics of backlink profiles
Identify peaks in link building history. Identify the reasons for, and the sources of, these peaks (perhaps some of your content became viral or your sponsored post brought results) and measure how your website rankings changed after them.
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How do I track backlinks?
Why can backlinks be out of index?
- The page with a incoming link is closed from crawling by Googlebot in the robots.txt file.
- The page with an incoming link has a noindex directive on meta tag robots or X-Robots-Tag.
- The page is crawlable and indexable, but has no internal backlinks from other pages on the website.
- The page is crawlable and indexable, but Google decided that it has low value for users.