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Old 23rd March 2012, 07:06 AM
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Inbound and Outbound Link

How can we check the outbound and inbound link on website ?

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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

http://www.backlinkwatch.com for inbound links
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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

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There are various types of tools are present in the market, but I suggest you to use ahrefs.com tool to check the inbound and outbound links for a complete website. It is of 2 types. First one is of 7 days trial period and after that, you have to pay.
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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

An inbound link (also referred to as a back link) is a hyperlink on a third-party web page that points to a web page on your site. Outbound links are links that are meant to take you elsewhere. These are links that are going to direct you to another specific webpage or website altogether.
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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

in order to check outbound links in your website I would suggest to go with website-links-count-checker Website links counter, it's free that the first benefit and if you ask about smallseotools website, they've got alot of free but cool tools like website audit, plagiarism checker and so on. Most recommended.

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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

You can use tools like ahrefs and moz for this purpose as I personally prefer using ahrefs this is the best in the business till now and I am also using it for my blog website and getting satisfied results.
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Re: Inbound and Outbound Link

Inbound links are links that come from other websites or a different domain name.
Outbound links are those links on your website that link out to websites with a different domain name.
So to answer your question, If the link is coming from other domain, it is called Inbound link. If the link is going away from your domain, they are called outbound links.
I follow kuware.com for best digital marketing practices. Hope it will help you too.
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