link:operator of Blog Search. This imposes a restiction: All sites linking to your blog will need to be indexed by Blog Search.
Here's how you can enable Blogger Backlinks:
On your Blogger Dashboard, under Settings>Comments, you'll find an option to turn Backlinks ON/OFF.
Now, if you are using a standard Blogger template, you need nothing else to turn Backlinks on. But if you have your own template, then you'll have to make changes to your template code. This is what you'll be required to do in this case:
1. Place the following code between
<a class="comment-link" href="<$BlogItemPermalinkUrl$>#links">
Links to this post</a>
2. Now within the
</ItemPage>, place the following piece of code:
<h4>Links to this post:</h4>
<a href="<$BlogBacklinkURL$>" rel="nofollow">
<em>posted by <$BlogBacklinkAuthor$> @
You may need to change the CSS styles that blend well in your template. Turning of backlinks is simple. Again from the Settings > Comments, select the Hide Backlinks option. In case you wish to disable Backlinks for individual posts, then its done the same way as turning off comments. You just edit the post in question and change the options that appear below the posting form:
That is it. With the introduction of Backlinks, Bloggers no longer need to use Technorati tags and other tools to know who are linking to their posts. Just how efficient is this offering from Google, we'll have to wait and see.
Technorati Tags: Blogger Backlinks