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What does the AdResults backlink checker do?

The backlink checker is an indispensable tool in the field of link building. With the backlink checker, you can accurately follow the development of your website’s link profile. This means you can see exactly which domains link to your website. You can also see how many links there are and where they are coming from, as well as determine the quality of the links. The free AdResults backlink checker uses the SEO Moz database with which a total of 25,000 backlinks from websites can be retrieved. Once this limit is reached, the tool will cease to work. Please note! Enter the full URL (with status 200 OK). That is, the URL including ‘http://’ or ‘https://’. Only then will you be able to see how many backlinks are linking to a page and where these links are coming from.

Why is performing a backlink check important?

Performing a backlink check carries many benefits. First, when you analyze your link profile, you can see exactly what backlinks are present on each page and/or domain. In addition, analyzing is relatively easy, as you only need to enter your domain name into the tool. You are also able to identify how many different domains the links originate from, how many different IP addresses are between them, whether the links are do-follow or no-follow, and how many of these there are.

Secondly, backlink checks can be performed to see what your competitors are doing. This way, you can see which of your competitors’ pages or articles rank better than yours. Here you can check the respective pages, the number of referring domains and the quality of those domains.

Backlinks are critical to the position of your website or webpage in the Google search results. The stronger the link profile is, the more authority your site has in the eyes of Google. When checking your backlinks, it is also important to check whether your link profile contains so-called toxic backlinks. These are backlinks that can weaken the link profile and thus the position of your web page in Google.