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Karen Blakeman lets everyone know that the link: and linkdomain: commands work again on MSN / Live, all you have to do is prefix the command with a + sign to get it to work.
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from MattMcGee 2598 Days ago #
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Very good news!

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from crimsongirl 2598 Days ago #
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Rockin’ good news, indeed.I thought MSN was not going to give us that info any more.

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from Halfdeck 2598 Days ago #
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Does MSN have an API or do I have to scrape?

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from HamletBatista 2598 Days ago #
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Great news. They have an API, Halfdeck

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from DaveDavis 2596 Days ago #
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Seems that live.com is also reporting more backlinks for some domains than Yahoo. :)

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from jfj3rd 2594 Days ago #
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I plan on grabbing up some link data while this is still an option.  Eight months of not monitoring this for my sites and I am kind of interested to see what has changed.  The first thing I’ve noticed is that A LOT of my sites have a significant reduction in links reported by MSN.  About time...

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from gunjanpandya 2593 Days ago #
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I have tried to search my link in MSN through link command, but still it is not working.

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from ryanlash 2580 Days ago #
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Gunjan - did you try searching with the plus sign (+) before the link commands?Examples:The following identifies all links to the Sphinn home page: +link:sphinn.comThe following identifies links to ALL pages within Sphinn.com: +linkdomain:sphinn.com-RL

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from 5ubliminal 2580 Days ago #
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Dear Dude!This is not the kind of thing to advertise if you enjoy using it!Keep this in mind in the future. It’s just not the smart way to go...Stay on the low-low next time and don’t bring all the noobs inside for a Sphinn-Parade!

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