Options for advanced backlink analysis

Find fresh or deleted backlinks for new link building opportunities.

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Link building opportunities made of 3 data sources

LinkMiner offers 3 data sources to find backlinks. The “All” generates backlinks from the last 90 days while the “New” gives you the freshest data for up to 30 days old links.

The source “Lost” helps you to find deleted backlinks. These represent another great opportunity to replace your competitors.

One link vs. multiple links per domain

One link per domain option is great to get rid of site-wide links or spammy referring domains so you don't get lost in backlink profile analysis.

However, if you find an interesting referring domain linking to your competitor, LinkMiner gives you the option to see multiple links per domain so to find even more opportunities.

Domain, subdomain or exact URL?

It's very important to decide what you want to analyze. There are 4 main types of inputs resulting in different results: root domain, subdomain, exact URL or path URL*.

The Root domain is the most recommended input but path URL* (with an asterisk) brings backlinks i.e. from the whole /blog* directory.

How can I find competitors' domains?

You can find your competitors' domains or URLs in SERPChecker when analyzing Google SERP or when doing keyword research in KWFinder.

Another great way to find new competitors is to track your keyword positions in SERPWatcher and check the actual Google SERP.

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