Is there a way that I can check to see how many backlinks I have to my hubs?
I'm not real sure but I go to Yahoo and in the search box and type in
link domain: and then your URL and that will show you Inlinks and number of pages.
Or site: than URL
Hope that helps you, but like I said it is In links to your URL
Not really. Google has very sophisticated algorithms and technology to detect that and even they aren't always correct.
You would need a spider program and a good computer. You would need to spider the entire world wide web and do a count.
It would be easier for you than Google because you would be able to program the spider to look for a specific link and count them.
Yes, go to: http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/ and put the URL of your Hub to the 'Explore the site' box. Then click the inlinks button and make sure the 'only this page' option is selected. That gives you a good idea of how many links Yahoo has indexed to your Hub.
You can also the the URL of your hub to Google and search for it. That gives you another estimate.
like sepsi said, easyest way is to use http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/ ...
But there are even other ways like google webmasters tool or using some softweare like Market Samurai...
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