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Monday, October 16, 2006

Google "link:" Search Query Update

Most of the Google users (especially the webmasters) will know about the "link": search query that Google offers. It is used to find the number of back-links for that website in Google. For the past few months, there is no change in the number of back-links, if we check for any website through this query "link:"!

Now, Google has updated the "link:" query for most of the websites.

Example: type the below line in your Google search (replace domain-name with your
domain name) box to see the number of back-links that you have in Google.

link:www.domain-name.com

Many of them can see the increase in the back-links number, but at one condition, you should have added only
related back-link(s).
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