You can jsut use Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools. Just type "Webmaster tools" in Google and you will find it. There you will find the detailed instruction how to use it. And this tools allow you to know not only the number of links, but even the location of each of them, which is really convenient.
You can check the number of incoming links to your hub by going to yahoo.com and typing:
to find how many incoming links www.yahoo.com has
We can't use google's webmaster tools with hubpages. The best place to find out about incoming links is yahoo site explorer: http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/
Paste your hub url in the box at the top and click "explore url".
Then click on the "inlinks" tab
Then use the drop down menu to choose "except form this domain"
by Akhil Anil 11 years ago
Hi there, I would like to know how to find the exact number of INCOMING LINKS to my hubs and also the URL of the pages that links to my hubs , are there any search methods? or any websites providing this service? pl help.
by Katie Adams 8 years ago
I had a hub that was receiving around 1,300-1,500 views per day. It was chosen as Editor's Choice. It then dropped by about 1,000 views per day. I opted out of the program, but that hub is no longer showing in Google for the keywords that brought it all the traffic before EC messed it up. How can I...
by Cody Hodge 6 years ago
How do I find out which sites may be linking to my hubs?I just noticed that I have more than one * on the incoming links part of my hub metrics. How do I figure out where the links are coming from?
by Marie Gail Stratford 7 years ago
Most of my traffic from search engine used to come from Google. However, over the past month, my Hubs are getting more hits from Bing and Yahoo instead. In doing SEO research, I generally try to play to Google, so I'm uncertain concerning the reasons for this change in statistics. Does anyone else...
by x 9 years ago
In other words:HP puts noindex on hub.Google sees it and de-indexes hub.Later, HP removes the noindex.How long before Google discovers that?In other words:When Google's records indicate a page as noindex, does google initiate a different schedule to return, since google now perceives that page as...
by LyttleTwoTwo 9 years ago
I write for a smaller niche, and it is seasonal. I have been penalized for this and am now forced to put all my information into one gigantic hub ... it looks awful, its ridiculously long and quite frankly many are going to land, go cross eyed and leave. In an attempt to salvage my writing which is...
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