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#Linkfromdomain is a #search operator that is unique to #Bing. It returns the pages that are linked-to from a #domain

I'm not sure if the tool isn't working, or if it's just not clear how to interpret the results. For example, if I enter "educationstation.ca" into the tool. It says "4 Outbound Domain Links" and returns four results, in green. Does this mean that these 4 results are banned sites? I know that at least two of them are definitely not banned sites. Or, because they are green, does it mean that it only found 4 outbound links and they are ok? If I enter "www.educationstation.ca/links.php" then it says "1 Outbound Domain Links", but doesn't list anything. Can you describe how the tool is supposed to work and what we should expect? Thanks. [Edit: I get it now. If I run the linkfromdomain query in Bing, it only returns 4 results. I think it's safe to assume that since the tool reports them as green, they're ok. It's too bad the linkfromdomain only lists 4 outbound links. I know the...

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