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9 years ago

Pat Flynn, from Smart Passive Income, talks about how to develop a backlinking campaign that won’t alert Google as unnatural linking.

I think it’s worth looking into.

But it’s a good thing that Google made those changes. There’s no way I could compete with those spam agencies, full of low-waged contractors sitting around sending out spam all day. Not on my own. lol

Thanks for sharing.

Deborah E. Anderson
9 years ago
Reply to  Nikki

I agree, Nikki. I’m glad that Google has made improvements to aim for quality. When we are spending so much time trying to put out quality content, it is nice to have a chance at being found and read.

Nikhil Bille
9 years ago

You must build linking naturally because now days Google is updating their algorithm regularly.
Natural backlink never harm you because we do not build lots of backlink at a time.
SEO is very smart and always find your everything related to your blog.

Deborah E. Anderson
9 years ago
Reply to  Nikhil Bille

I guess that means that there is no easy way for SEO, eh? Glad that Google is looking at quality and natural linking makes sense.

Gaurav Khanna
9 years ago

Yes, That is the mistake that i have done and my blog was pushed down in SERPs. Do you know how to recover it? Actually i have used same title text for Social Bookmarking. Please help me.
Thanks and Regards.

Deborah E. Anderson
9 years ago
Reply to  Gaurav Khanna

By practicing SEO techniques that are more relevant to what Google is looking for in the current update, there is the opportunity to rebuild it.

9 years ago

nice your site thanks for sharing love you all teme good work keep it up

Deborah E. Anderson
9 years ago
Reply to  Wallpapers

Thank you ๐Ÿ˜‰

How Your Hard-Earned Link Profile Might Be Damaging Your Ranking

How Your Hard-Earned Link Profile Might Be Damaging Your Ranking

When it comes to SEO, one of the most straightforward and simple aspects to understand is building your link profile. It makes a lot of sense that the more links you have pointing to your site, the more easily Google will be able to find and index your pages, and likewise it’s only logical that building lots of links will help visitors to find your site too and make your pages look more popular and reliable.

Then the penguin and panda changes came along and made sure that all the links we built were high quality as well as high in quantity. It was no longer enough to just have lots of inbound links – we also needed to make sure they were on high quality blogs and websites.

But if you’ve spent the last year tirelessly getting your site onto as many high profile blogs as possible by writing guest posts and generally doing everything you can to get your links in the right places – you may actually have done yourself a disservice. Let’s look at why…

Natural Link Profiles

The whole reason that Google stamped down on people spamming the web with lots of low quality and low relevancy links is that it was an easy way for people to manipulate their links profile and thus play the system. The result was that the person who got to the top of the SERPs was the person with the most time on their hands. What Google really wants to find are the sites that have lots of links pointing at them because people wanted to share them. If you get covered by the news or someone mentions you on a forum then that should boost your site – not having a hundreds of low quality links on article directories.

The problem with doing the same thing now with high quality links is that you will once again be playing the system in a way and this will be obvious to Google if you aren’t careful. Think about it – if your links only ever appear in high ranking blogs then does that look natural? Does that look like people are sharing your site freely?

Worse is if the anchor text for your sites is always the exact same. In other words, if every page that links to you uses your brand name or ‘click here’ then it’s not going to look very natural at all. Most of the links we share are simple URLs, and if we include them in a blog post they’ll probably have a completely random anchor text that works in the context of our content.

Likewise you shouldn’t hunt down and remove all the links to your site on irrelevant pages because that’s natural to an extent too. You don’t think Facebook gets links from rubbish sites as well as good ones? Or Mashable?

In other words if you really want to benefit from your efforts in building links you need to think most importantly about how it’s going to look to Google. Is it a natural and varied links profile or does it have your grubby fingerprints all over it?

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