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Save time on doing quality checks of your backlinks, with this free and accessible tool. Validate up to 100 backlinks instantly.
Our Backlink Validator allows users to check the backend source code of each backlink. This is a huge timesaver when managing a comprehensive link-building campaign.
- If your backlinks are still live or not.
- Whether your backlinks are dofollow, nofollow or sponsored.
- The exact URL where the backlink is pointing.
- Anchor text used for the backlink.
- Surrounding text around the anchor text.
- Whether the backlink is indexed or not.
This tool will let you know:
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See If They’re
Indexed Or Not
A backlink is only valuable if it's indexed.
There’s no point in creating backlinks if Google doesn’t index them; you’re just wasting your time and money.
With our Backlink Validator tool, you can bulk check if your links are indexed or not, for Free.
Bulk Check Your Backlinks To Find Out If They’re Dofollow, Nofollow, or Sponsored
Our backlinks validator tool determines whether the URLs checked are dofollow, nofollow, or sponsored links. To successfully build quality links for your site, you need to understand how these links correlate with your site’s performance.
A dofollow link is where the origin site allows search engine bots to follow the link to the destination link. In other words, passing authority from one site to another improves domain rating and website ranking.
As the name suggests, a nofollow link does not pass on any authority to the destination site and has very little influence over the SEO ranking of your page or website. However, acquiring nofollow links can help website owners link to sites without endorsing them. Valuable nofollow links can still help generate traffic.
Google is very specific on the type of links that can influence your SERPs. Sponsored links are often related to paid links. Its best that you avoid your backlinks being marked as ‘Sponsored’.
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Anchor Text Of
Anchor texts are one of the most crucial elements of your link-building strategy; using them correctly is vital for your website’s traffic growth.
We suggest that you always diversify your anchor text profile by having a mix of:
- Target anchors
- URL anchors
- Branded anchors
- Miscellaneous anchors
With our Backlink Validator tool, you can quickly check the anchor text used for each backlink and the surrounding text around the anchor text.
1. What does ‘Page Crawling Blocked’ mean?
‘‘Page crawling blocked’ means that a particular website does not allow our crawler to scan through its pages.
2. What does ‘Link not found’ mean?
It simply means that your link was not found in the mentioned URL.
3. If Page Crawling is blocked, can I still know if the page is indexed or not?
4. Sometimes I can’t see the surrounding text. Why?
Our crawler picks up the entire paragraph where your anchor/link is placed. If the text around the anchor text is not marked as a paragraph (P), then our crawler is unable to display the surrounding text.
5. Does Noopenner or Noreferrer mean that it's a Nofollow backlink?
No.You can read more here.