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In the beginning there was darkness, and developers shed forth light through building websites. These websites just stayed in cyberspace until someone shared them or visited by those who know the address.
All this changed when search engines like Google came into the scene, and they all work based on one main principle: The more links a website has leading to it, the more popular it must be, and these websites are up there in the search ladder.
Those were simple times back then, and search engine optimizers just scattered links to their website as much as they could, while filling all their content with keywords.
However, the whole process of search engine optimization has progressed over the years, making some of these tricks obsolete. As the whole process evolves, optimizers must swim with the tide.
This eBook will guide you through the process of using your social circles.
If you have any idea on how search engine optimization (SEO) works, I am pretty sure you have come across the term ‘backlink.’
For all you newbies in the realm of SEO, you may be unfamiliar with the term and probably unaware of its importance. Backlinks have earned a reputation for being one of the most important elements of SEO, and considered to be an integral part of the whole process.
A backlink, also known as an inbound link (IBL), is simply a link or URL that directs you to a website. The quantity of banklinks indicates the popularity or significance of a certain website. They are essential in SEO because certain search engines give more recognition to websites that have good a good number of backlinks pointing towards them and identify these sites as more relevant than others in search page results.
All of this has
Publisher: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG
Text: Noah Daniels
Editing/Proofreading: Wolfgang Buschek
Publication Date: 04-04-2014
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