This question is on backlinks. I am posting products on a marketplace website, Sears, and for the images they ask that we enter the image URL rather than uploading an image to their site. My question is do links to images on my personal storefront add backlinks to my site for Google's algorithm or is this something of no value. An enlightenment is appreciated!
This depends on the marketplace website where your product page is hosted. You can visit that particular page and see If that page is giving any back link to your website. There are many free tools on the internet that can check links embedded in a web page.
Although not an expert, but I hope this would help.
Thanks - do you know how I would check - is there a site that gives that info?
That's easy. Just google "backlink checker" you will see many sites with free backlink checking tools. I have downloaded chrome extension named "Chrome SEO Toolbar" which gives link stats and other useful SEO information.
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