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Links: question on google results

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4:22 pm on Sep 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I've done links: my site on google, and all the resilts

are on "mysite", how do I list all the links which aren't self links.

I though links:mysite -mysite, would show all the links that aren't on my domain, but that doesn't work either.

Can anyone tell how it's done?

5:11 pm on Sept 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I would forget the google link search.... it is only a sample of links and misses high and low pr links in.

Use alltheweb.com instead.

5:17 pm on Sept 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Depending on how long ago your website was first indexed by G, it may not be showing any backlinks yet (allow up to 2 months for G to credit IBL's). Also, the link command will not necessarily show all links to your site. Formerly links: only showed backlinks from PR4 or greater pages, but now it will commonly show PR3 and lower pages as well.
Try typing in your domain name in this format:
.domain. -site:www.domain.com
and you should get a list of all pages in the G index that reference your site. They may not necessarily be links - they may just be a reference to your site without a hyperlink.
6:05 pm on Sept 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

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try www.marketleap.com and click on "link popularity". then just type in the url.
 

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