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Thanks. There are several tools like this and they all seem to give
different results. Here is another: http://wholinkstome.com/ It
gives Google Page rank and a few others that Social Meter does not
offer but the the reverse is also true. Social Meter has a few that
wholinkstome does not have. Social Meter has a better interface and
is easier to use. I tried Social Meter again this morning and it
kept having internal server failures. Perhaps it had trouble counting
all my links :)
Google seems to have the best spiders and provide the most accurate
counts. MSN and Yahoo provided higher counts than Google for my blog
and Google provided higher counts than Technorati. Here is a post I
did on these tools
On Feb 27, 2007, at 7:44 AM, Valdis Krebs wrote:
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> "What's My Degree?"
> No, this is not a new academic game show, but an interesting little
> web site that looks at in-degrees of other web sites. Polling some
> of the most popular link counting web sites, SocilaMeter, gives a
> aggregate score of your in-links as seen from sites like Google,
> Technorati, Delicious, and others. Clicking on the name of the
> reporting web site actually gives you a list of your in-degrees...
> nice. You can even add a 'bookmarklet' to your browser to view
> the in-degrees of any web site you are visiting. A game of
> "mine's bigger" will now ensue... ;-)
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