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SEO quality link building uses semantic link
building in order to produce the best, sound inbound links.
Quality Link Building is a search promotion process
necessary for a site to achieve good results in the search
engines. It is not necessarily the amount of links that lead
in to a site but the quality of links. A few characteristics
of "quality" would assume relevancy to your website. A
website about 'Wine' should have links pointing to it from
other sites about Wine not about beer or whiskey for the best
results. One way of achieving good quality link building
using relevant links and deep-linking is to create similar
high-quality web pages on a blog that relates to the industry
Also a myth by some so-called
SEO Professionals will use scare tactics and tell its clients
that it ensures quality link building that will not get your
site banned by the search engines through links placed in
poor-ranking webpages or web directories; pure bunk as of
Jan. 2013 through our research! Dallas SEO
Carefully may use some low-ranked web directory pages that do
show benefit. Search
engines do not ban sites because some bad sites may point
to them with links. No one can control who links to their
A good quality link factor
is Page Rank(PR) factor (a Google term) where the link is
listed. A website about Wine that has another wine site with
a PR5 pointing to it is very good and has alot of weight with
search engines. The quality of that page for a PR5 is what
particularly search engines weigh along with the relevancy of
information within the PR5 site when outbound links from the
page point to another site. All these inbound links to a
website create a link profile
that helps search engines determine the relevance and
importance of that website and any webpages the link(s)
Possible Metrics Considered by Search
Engines for Quality Inbound Links
Reciprocal or One-way links. Reciprocal links
are not given as much weight as one-way links; Dallas SEO
uses no reciprocating links.
number of links on a page. The fewer links that a
page has outbound to another page the better.
Rank. A Google term, however, other search engines
consider the rank of a page with their own
maturity. The longer a link has been in place the
more weight it is given.
maturity. The older a page is may have more weight,
however, the link age may likely be the weight
of the link on a page. Links toward the beginning of
the page may have more weight than those farther down the
text of the link. Pages will rank better for that
specific keyword or phrases but those keywords should
vary to increase that pages rank.
text surrounding the link. The text around the link
is not as important as the link itself but still gives
weight to the actual text link.
number of links on a page. Generally speaking the
less links on the page the better.
related sites are best. Topics that relate to the
site being linked is given more weight.
related pages are given more weight. Pages with
unrelated topics are given less weight than a page with
topically related information.
Authority of the Site. Last but definitely not least
is the authority a site has, i.e. .gov, dmoz.org, etc.
SEOensures that inbound links will have
relevant, good keywords and copywriting surrounding the text
links that strengthens the links and inturn helps the website
without shady and dodgy links in nonrelevant sites.
A few facts about link
- New sites will not benefit as
well from links until the site has aged some giving more
trust and authority.
- Newly acquired links themselves
must be given some age to mature in order to get full
benefits from the search engines.
- Older sites can more
easily obtain alot of links during a period without
affecting them negatively as long as they don't have only
a few links inbound before a big link
- Google claims lately as
of 2012 that web directories, forums and press releases
have been devalued as links i.e. not having much weight
to affect sites it links.
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