I know backlinks are important to people. Good organic backlink is when an owner of a high quality site with high page ranking has backlinked to your article or website.
What happens if you get an organic backlink, but from a site that has a low page ranking? Or you think the site isn't a quality site?
What if you have what you believe is a good site but the only drawback is that it is not pulling weight with Google, would you give organic backlinks to other quality sites or not?
If you do, then would those sites be affected negatively in Google ranking?
A backlink cannot affect a website negatively. Why? Because you have no control over who links to your website.
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