In my post, I show you how to use a tool to find backlinks to a specific page on a website, step by step.
Backlinks are one of many factors used by Google to rank websites. Searching for websites linking to your competitors is an excellent way to analyse the competition for keyword phrases you want to target.
First, go to Ubersuggest.com and enter a website URL. Scroll to ‘SEO top pages.’ Next, select a blog post on the report and click on the ‘Backlink’ tab. The report lists backlinks to that page.
Let’s do that step by step.
- Step one – Go to Ubersuggest.com
- Step two – Enter the website URL
- Step three – Scroll down to ‘Top SEO pages.’
- Step four – Find backlinks to specific pages
- Find backlinks to a page video tutorial
Step one – Go to Ubersuggest.com.
Ubersuggest.com is a paid tool but offers a free version with daily search limits.
In addition to finding backlinks, you can use Ubersuggest to search for competitor keywords. To find out more, check out my ‘What keywords are my competitors ranking for?‘ post.
Step two – Enter the website URL
On the homepage, enter the website URL into the search box. Next, select the country zone. Finally, click on search.
Once the search is complete, you see an overview of the website’s data. On this website, there are nearly 340,000 backlinks.
Step three – Scroll down to ‘Top SEO pages.’
Below the overview, data for this site is in sections. For backlinks,, scroll down to the ‘Top SEO pages’ section, and click on the ‘View the pages that drive traffic to this domain’ link.
Now you have a list of the best-performing pages for this website.
I am using the free version, so I can only see the best top ten pages. For more data, you need to purchase a paid plan.
Step four – Find backlinks to specific pages.
To find backlinks to specific pages, search for the blog post on the list. Under on the ‘Backlinks’ heading on the right, select ‘View all.’
On the next page, is a list of external links to that blog post.
On the left of the report is the title of the blog post and domain.
In the middle are the domain score, page score, and link type.
The domain score is measured from 0 to 100 for the authoritativeness of the website. The page score measures the authoritativeness of the blog post from 0 to 100. The link type specifies how the linking website links to this post. ‘Text’ indicates that the link is from text content.
Finally, on the right of the report is ‘Anchor text’. Anchor text is the blog content with the link. ‘First seen’ and ‘Last seen’, are when the external links were found and checked.
Now you have a tool to find backlinks to a specific page or blog post. To get a complete list of backlinks to all pages and posts, you need to upgrade to a paid version of Ubersuggest.
How to find backlinks to a specific page video tutorial
Many studies have shown that websites that backlinks are one of Google’s ranking factors. Ubersuggest is a tool to help you research websites linking to your competitors.
When conducting keyword research, I think it is essential to understand the competition for keyword phrases. If your competitors have high-quality backlinks to their post for the keyword you are targeting, that makes it difficult for you to beat them.
If you want to use the backlink report to reach out to ask for external links for your site, please be aware that Google doesn’t like that. If Google determines that you have paid for a link or links to your site, they will penalise your site.
Websites with Google penalties, don’t rank.
The best strategy is to write excellent content and be patient. Sites will start linking to you.
You can use your Google Search Console to check what websites are linking to yours.
Before you head over to Ubersuggest to start researching backlinks, do you have one minute to leave a comment? I appreciate all feedback.
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