Easily check up to 10 web pages on the same or different websites to see if the URLs are linking too each other using this free reciprocal link checker tool. This can be especially helpful if you have exchanged links with multiple industry related websites and would like to see if they are still linking back to your site or resource page. You must enter the exact webpage URL on each Internet site for it to properly detect and report whether there are active reciprocal links in place.
Typically I don’t recommend exchanging links with other online websites. Especially with webpages that are unrelated to yours. However, in some cases it might be appropriate to have reciprocal links in place. Often times businesses will refer their customers to other business that might offer different but supplemental services to their company. As such, they will often link back to one another on reference pages so that their customers can easily find all of the related products and services they need. For example, a general practice doctor may link out to their recommended surgeon or another specialist, and those specialists will often link back to the doctor's website. I consider this a completely appropriate and common type of link exchange.
Enter a list of URLs you want to check to see if they are linking back to the main URL, which should already be linked to them.
Keep in mind http://www.sitename.com and www.sitename.com may return different results than http://sitename.com and sitename.com. This is because linking sites use the different hyperlink formats to link to link back to the main site. Be sure to enter the URLs correctly, or try all combinations if you're not sure.
Click Continue to get your results.
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