SEMrush contributor Connor Lahey has published a 6-step guide to help you find backlinks.

This guide will teach you to find backlinks that point to any website so that you can use these insights to power your own link building strategy.

Connor says, “We’ll look both at how you can gain an insight into a website’s backlinks to determine who is linking to them and where they’re building links from, as well as sharing a simple process to audit your own link profile for toxic links (after all, one of the common reasons that SEOs analyze their own backlink profile is to ensure no unnatural links are pointing to their site).

You’ll need a SEMrush account for this walkthrough. If you’ve not already done so, you can sign up here.

Analyzing A Website’s Backlink Profile

First up, we’re going to teach you how to analyze a website’s backlink profile using SEMrush. You can use this process to help you see the links and domains that point to the site (or a specific page) or learn more about these, including the anchor text used.

Step 1: Open Up The SEMrush Backlink Analytics Tool

To take a deep dive into a site’s link profile, you’ll want to head to the SEMrush Backlink Analytics Tool“.

How to Find Backlinks (For Any Website)

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