Google’s View on Getting Quality Back Links for Your Website

In its latest post in the Google Webmasters Central Blog, Google has shared it most latest views on quality backlink for websites. Google has always opposed getting spammy backlink to your site and webmasters all over the world had some confusion about Google’s stand on quality back links. Most of the site owners measure a sites reputation with its back link numbers and Page Rank.

We can easily increase the number of backlinks, but it is more difficult to increase the number of quality links. Quality links means links from relevant pages having healthy page rank, traffic and reputation. Taking these factors of a quality links, one an assume how difficult it is to get a quality backlink to a website.
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Paid links and their Disadvantages

Back links are the links from other site that point to a particular website and are one of the most essential factors of a good website and most of the webmasters try to get more back links for their sites. The links which one acquires by paying for it is known as paid links. Many of the webmasters considers this method as a good method to increase the website’s link popularity, but often they land in trouble.

Search engine giant Google hates paid links and they have mentioned it clearly before. They even has an official form which enables webmasters to report paid links to Google. Even though the back links determines the reputation of the website, it is purely based on the quality of those links. Google does not like links from bad or irrelevant sites and does not encourage them at all. If the links are from quality and relevant sites, Google makes sure that it gives enough point to those back links. [Read more…]

Does Just Getting Backlinks Guarantee Better Results on Google?

We all know that getting backlinks to our site plays a major role in getting better search engine placements. Most webmasters try to get as many inbound links as possible to ensure better search engine ranking for their site. This is a good ploy, but at times a website with more back links than its competitor may be ranking lower for the same keyword when compared with its competitor. This is a general scenario most webmaster faces and this issue should be deeply looked into. There are various reasons why a website with more inbound links than its competitor is losing the battle in the search engine rankings with its competitor for the same keywords. Just getting many backlinks alone does not aumatically make your site keywords rank highly.

As we all know that Google determines the ranking of websites in search results based on various metrics such as onpage and offpage factors.
On page factors are those which are visible on your website by making changes in the HTML code. On the other hand offpage factors are those factors that are not visible on your website but are done by working on external sites. So both offpage and onpage factors plays an important role in your search engine results. Offpage factors inlcudes link building activities such as article submissions, directory submissions, promoting the site through forums, blogs, social media sites etc. There are are certain parameters to keep in mind while getting backlinks for your site.

1) Try to get better backlinks, i.e quality backlinks from sites which are relevant to your site content.
2) Avoids links from link farms, low grade directories and other spammy sites.
3) Try to get links from pages with better page ranks, ie, 3 and above.
4) Add compelling content on your site and prompt other webmasters to link back to you.
5) Try to get your major keywords included in the anchor text of your inbound links.

These are the basic offpage factors needed for you to have an edge over your competitors in search engine results. Try these things and I am pretty sure that the results would be there at the doorstep for you.