Checking Back Links From Wikipedia Articles

Steve Rubel spotted a new page at Wikipedia that allows you to quickly locate all the links pointing to a specific site from within the Wikipedia. This page allows you to enter in a domain, and it will bring back all the pages that have links pointing to that domain from within the Wikipedia. For example, Search Engine Watch has 107 citations from the Wikipedia, just search using the syntax *.searchenginewatch.com to find out. It is a great way to see what types of Wiki links you have and also to see how people are using your content in a positive or negative way towards your brand.

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