Backlink Tracker
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Keep track of backlinks’ changes around the clock to avoid losing any valuable links. On Sitechecker, you can decide which links to collect and track.
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How the Sitechecker tool can help you

Business Owner

Business owners

Control all incoming links you’ve built by yourself or with the help of employees, freelancers, or agencies.

Digital Agency

Agencies

Track backlinks for all projects in one platform. Help your customers monitor how their link building profile changes due to your efforts.

In-house Digital Marketer

SEO experts

Monitor your link building strategy implementation. Measure the impact of incoming links on website rankings.

What’s inside

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.

Import links for tracking & management

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.

Analysis of indexing status of your links

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.

Checker for monitoring status of backlinks, get a notice when they become non-indexable

Get a clear picture of your backlinks anchor cloud

Detect the anchors most used by websites that link to your website.

Get a report with your anchor cloud

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.

Find out which pages are link leaders

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.

Backlinks growth dynamics

Join the 1,000+ businesses growing with Sitechecker

All of our clients are growing after we use the platform. For instance, our client Hospital Amazônia had a growth of more than 13.500 impressions from March to September.
Review about Sitechecker by Edgar Cardoso
After two months there were noticeable improvements in rankings and organic traffic. Backlink and Rank Tracker make it easy to monitor changes, but our website needed also regular SEO audits. We decided to run Sitechecker Audit once a week and it also contributed to the improvement of our SEO results. This audit comes really handy and allows for quick and effective on-site optimization.
Review about Sitechecker by Sebastian Szydlowski
Before using Sitechecker our ranking was approx. #4 (mobile SERP) regarding the most important keywords. Now we are #1!
Review about Sitechecker by Pierre Breidensjö
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Data supplied as of 06/29/2022

FAQs

You can monitor backlinks in Google Search Console, Ahrefs, Semrush. etc. However, it is difficult to use tools with different formats and logic. Also, most non-Google tools won’t tell you if your incoming link is indexed by Google. This is why users choose Sitechecker. You can import backlinks from different sources and even add them manually every time you get a new one; all added backlinks will be monitored for page indexation and presence of backlinks every week.
There are a few possible reasons:
  • 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.
We have no such feature yet, but plan to add it.
We currently have no Backlink Tracker API, but you can vote for this feature in our roadmap.