Track backlinks to your website or blog using RSS feeds

You all know that how important are linkbacks or backlinks for a website or blog. They help in increasing your blog’s Google Page rank and a webpage with good page rank generates a healthy traffic from search engines.

Track linkbacks to your blog using RSS feeds   

I will tell you how you can track all the linkbacks which are linking to your website or blog by creating a RSS feed or Google alert for them.

Follow the steps below to create a feed of all linkbacks:

1. Go to

2. Type ( in the bar and click Search Blogs.

enter your link

3. You will now see a list of sites which are linking to your site. It contains links both from who links directly and those who use trackback entry to link your content.

All linkbacks history 

4. On left side you’ll se a Subscribe heading which offers 3 options to subscribe to your list of linkbacks. It contains Atom, RSS and blog alerts.

The Atom and RSS feeds can be easily integrated to any feed reader by clicking on them. Google Alerts aka blog alerts sends updates of the latest backlinks received, via email based on your preferred choice.

get alerts via email 

This trick will let you know instantly when a site links to your blog or site.

Alternative tool – Backlink Checker


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter.

16 Responses

  1. Biloo says:

    Great trick man, thanks for sharing 😀 .

  2. JK says:

    Nice info Thanks for sharing!

  3. Simran says:

    Great trick.. Never thought of this although I used blogsearch many times.

  4. NewBie says:

    I like articles marketing and I post lots of articles. This will me to have tons of backlinks

  5. create free backlinks says:

    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  6. Caspian says:

    Hey…that was quite useful. Although millions of people have a blog, most of those blogs just have one reader. And that is the author himself. This is a great way to actually plug your site or blog and get it right up there in the search results and get more eye share.

  7. Very nice! I look at at my links every other month but having an alert system like this is a lot better. Great post. One thing that did catch my attention was how you said page rank gives you healthy traffic from search engines, never knew this.

  8. Andy says:

    Thanks, good article! Maybe someone needs backlinkchecker? Try

  9. Phaoloo says:

    Haha, love the way you use Google blog search 🙂

  10. Marcus says:

    Very nice information. Thanks for it.

  11. I always wanted to know how to do that. Thanks

  12. backlinks says:

    Great info…Thanks a lot for sharing..

  13. Excellent information. Will help out a great deal! Cheers!

  14. Good job. I’m definitely going to bookmark you!

  15. Sherry says:

    hi… i had started blog writing since august 2009. I am a student and i dont have too much time to write posts for my blog. therefore i beleive my blog is not getting traffic. Now i have come to know that there are other things too that help catching traffic such as backlinks, page ranking etc. I am new to this and i want to earn some money from google adsense. Plz guide me through all this in simple words.

  16. Maboj says:

    Back link is most essential aspect for a blog for search engin ranking. Very helpful article. Thanks.

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