I just updated a website, changing all the URLs. There is another website that has (maybe) some links to my old website. I want to generate a list of all the pages in this other website that point to my website.
This use to be easy to do with google:
but the Google/Bing/Yahoo all seem to have gotten rid of the 'link' advanced search option.
More specifically, while 'site:othersite.com' works as expected, 'link:mysite.com' is simply turned into a set of keywords 'link mysite com'. So the previous query will return all the pages within othersite.com that have the words 'link' or 'mysite' on them.
What I want is all the pages within othersite.com that have a hyperlink of the form href="http://*.mysite.com".
As proof that the advanced search option 'link:' does not work at Google (even if their 'advanced search' text says it does) do this search and you will find the result is one page which has the keyword 'javasucks' in it but has no links to javasucks.com.
So, how do I do this?