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I have SEO quake installed on my computer and it says that my new website had 10 internal links and 13 external links but I never did any backlinking. Is this correct information or not that is being show by SEO quake?
SEO Quake is very accurate, but in truth, none of the available tools is perfect, which is why a professional SEO will use several.
How many pages does your website have? This part of SEOQuake is referring to the internal links on your site. For example, my site has 12 pages, so it says 12 here.
It is not 'backlinks' coming in.
To see these you look at the Google icon or the Yahoo icon, this shows how many backlinks the different search engines have recorded.
I wouldn't rely on any of these web tools as being 100% accurate. I found SEO Quake for Google Chrome is still a bit flaky. The Firefox version is much more stable, but still gives weird results sometimes.
As you can see, the number of backlinks shown doesn't seem to relate to the site's position in the search results. There's too many other factors at work.
I just use chrome seo extension in chrome, it looks good!
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