I am a zero when it comes to link building and SEO. I normally rely on my sis-in-law to promote my Hubs. I would be pleased if anyone can tell me how i can find how many back links are there in a hub or blog post so that I can put some efforts on link building too.
I am just starting this stuff. There are loads of threads in the help section and several really helpful hubbers with hubs about it all.
I got started with Market Samurai which gives yo ua free 14 day trial and a really good tutorial that helps explain this stuff while you practice using the real thing. You can google it easy.
If you take up the offer you should allow yourself a good few clear days to learn it all and then use it while you still have the free offer.
I don't think there's any service that will tell you all of them, but Yahoo Site Explorer, SEO XRay (SEO addon for Firefox), Market Samurai or a simple Google search for links:(your-page's-URL) will give you at least a partial picture.
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