A backlink is a link from one page back to your page. For example if you had just created a website you would want people to visit it so you'd try to post links on websites to it.
The most common method of back-linking is producing content for websites and then getting a link to it in return. Not all sites allow this. Spamming will hurt you and your site.
Another consideration is that many sites use "no-follow" which means your links will have no effect on page rank so your wasting your time. You can tell if a site uses no follow links by right clicking a link in chrome and selecting "inspect element".
by Spacey Gracey7 years ago
So I have read a few times now that you can get Google-loving when you link OUT to authority sites related to your content because it makes for a better reader experience.Also on another thread I read something about a...
by wytegarillaz7 years ago
Has anyone paid for these backlinks at all and had benefits from them ?I keep seeing the advert so thought I would ask.Thanks
by Eugene Brennan4 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub...
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Becki Rizzuti8 years ago
I've been working on creating outbound links for some of my hubs in my second week here at HP. I know the basics of SEO and I know why this is important. I thought it might be nice to share some tips for making the...
by Cagsil5 years ago
Hey Veterans,I am curious. Recently Google made changes and many people are or have lost a lot of traffic, and I am wondering if the problem is too many internal links.I only ask because since Google's change, I have...
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