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Tracking What Pages Inlinks Point To

     
6:51 am on Feb 13, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I have a website and it has a ton of inlinks but I'm hoping to see what pages those links point to.

Most point to the index page but there are a couple of hundred that point elsewhere and I was hoping to find what pages as I've recently gone to using wordpress and would like to 301 redirect the missing pages with inlinks.

Any ideas?
9:27 am on Feb 13, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Google Webmaster Tools could help with that.
4:38 pm on Feb 13, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Anything I don't have to set up an account with?

I've tried Yahoo site explorer but they don't actually show what pages all the links actually point to.

They just show the sites that link to the overall domain or if you put the exact url they will show inlinks but if you don't know what pages the links point to then they leave you in the dark there...
3:17 am on Feb 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Google Webmaster Tools could help with that.


Does anyone else see the humor in that? Sure, they'll help you find the pages AND tell you why they were delisted, lol.
11:26 am on Feb 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

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nobody mentioned delisted pages.

GWT will list (for the site owner, therefore requiring an account and owner verification) the Not Found (404) urls and the page(s) from which they are linked.

yahoo and bing will also provide authenticated accounts with the 404 Not Found urls but not the pages from which they were spidered.