I have a simple question. **How can i know the "forward links" of a website using Google??**
For example, i can get the "backward links"(the URLs linking a given website) by typing "link:[url removed, login to view]" inside the google's search textbox and i get a list of websites that link to [[url removed, login to view]]. Now i hope there is also a way to know the "outward links" (i.e. the websites to which the given website links) using Google, so that it tells me that to Which websites does the given website links to??
This is not a programming job, just a question. Please note that i do not want any type of script of program built to do the same. I want to know if google (or some other search engine)tells this and HOW :-)
Any questions?? Any queries?? Drop a comment!
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