About Back Links
Let's start by getting the basics of back links done. Back links are what we use to describe links pointing towards a page on your site from another webpage (on a different IP address). The ideal back link will come from a page with higher PR than yours or from a site being crawled regularly by the search engines or authority site (if you can get them). The anchor text of the link (words used in the link) should be the keyword that you are trying to target or related and the site or webpage linking to you must be related to this topic.
There are different methods of getting these back links and I will touch on a few now. There are the best, which are natural links, when some other webmaster sees your content and links to it from their site within the text on their site. These are good because it shows you have good, unique content. Another type of back link is a paid link, which I don't recommend as it can get you banned or penalised by some search engines so steer clear away from these. Paid links are where you pay for your site to be linked to from another website. The search engine algorithms are getting better and more sophisticated and thus can sot these. This makes paid links a waste of time and money, as well as the risk of being penalised by search engines. Other types of back links include forum signatures and resource boxes from articles. Forum signatures are the little signatures that you can choose to leave under all your posts with a little message; in this case it will be a link to your site with your chosen anchor text. But these forum signatures are better for generating traffic rather than SEO, but it still doesn't harm to try. Resource boxes are at the bottom of each article you write, it can be a little about you and then a link to your website or maybe a link to a related story on your website.
The internet relies on links as a source of sharing information between different sites, so it's best to make use of them as that's what their there for. But there are a few strategies of building back links that you should avoid such as spamming the search engines, forums and other places that are open to be exploited. This not only gives your business or website a bad reputation but it can also get you banned pretty quickly from the search engines. You really don't want either of these as it all result in less sales; which nobody wants.
Good luck in your SEO efforts.
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sunilsamuel (2011-10-17 20:52:08)
About Back Links
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