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    How to check Out Bound Links?

    Hello Friends,
    I can not check Out Bound link. Can any one help me?
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    you can check using google web master tools...
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    There are great tools like http://www.opensiteexplorer.org that will tell you all about the inbound links.




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    There are many tools by which you can check your outbound links as open Site explorer, MOZ, Webmaster tools, Ahrefs and many more. You can also check by putting your domain URL in Google search box and check result which shows your outbound links along with your indexed pages.
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    Thank you.
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    Thank you.
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    you can check using moz toolbar.
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    Here is a tool to find out how many out going links are in a website:

    http://www.getrank.org/tools/link-extractor/

    also if you have the seo quake tool in your browser it will tell you how many outgoing links are on the page you are looking at.
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    OUtbounds links are your backlinks. You may check it in your google webmaster tool [it shows the no. of domains you've got linkbacks] and some back link checker tools [eg., ahrefs, siteexplorer, ranksignals, backlinkswatch where you can find NF, DF links, new and lost links, and variation in your backlinks to analyze which has worked and which hasn't worked.
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    Going out of your way
    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. Most, if not all, websites have outbound links.

    Two sides of a coin
    There are two kinds of outbound links.
    1. Nofollow link
    2. Dofollow link
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayalvizhi2690 View Post
    OUtbounds links are your backlinks. You may check it in your google webmaster tool [it shows the no. of domains you've got linkbacks] and some back link checker tools [eg., ahrefs, siteexplorer, ranksignals, backlinkswatch where you can find NF, DF links, new and lost links, and variation in your backlinks to analyze which has worked and which hasn't worked.
    Outbound links are not a backlink first.A backlink is an inbound link which is given to you as a result of your action whereas outbound link is that link which sends your viewer to another site from your website.
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    To check your outbound links use google search console.
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    just type in google link:yourdomainname.com

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    Last edited by Train; 01-29-2016 at 01:38 AM.
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