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Is there any tool to check all backlinks coming from one particular website or sub-domain to our site?
You can check that in your Search ConsoleAddress this page for more info: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/55281?hl=enThe button saying "open links to your site" will load the page you need (if you're logged in). On that page find the website you want to check: http://i.imgur.com/doqChA7.jpgAnd then you can check all inbound links from that website: http://i.imgur.com/AC9aouI.jpg
True that search console provides this data...but this is historical data. I can see same "broken links" pointing to our website for months. Search console for this data is not accurate, rankings are even nowhere accurate.
Anyway I found the solution: Check backlinks from ahrefs.com tool (paid) and just filter the links from particular domain.
I really like Majestic. You can get pretty detailed with the referring domains, individual backlinks, and the history of that backlink (is it live or deleted, and when). Now, like any tool, this is only one set of data, so other tools might find links and vice versa. I would explore your options and see what works best for you. Moz's Open Site Explorer and Ahrefs are two other options to consider.
Hope this helps! Good luck!Patrick
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