Evaluation of potential link partners

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  1. Canadian

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    Not all links are of equal quality point completely, so you should evaluate the quality of the links from the potential partners. This can be accomplished by analysis, rated one of the factors on the quality of the link. By only focusing on the quality of links, the major search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing ... will realize there are good links to your website.

    You can determine what is considered to be the link quality by analyzing the links based on one factor. One of the many factors to be considered is the age of the domain you are trying to get the link. Google tends to see the domain name with one of the oldest age trust more, a few years old. If you can get the links from this website, it is likely these links will affect your natural rankings than a link from the new website up.

    You should also try to get as much as those associated with the domain name. Gov or. Edu. The search engines know that the government or educational organizations rarely link to the website of high quality domain names. Com or. Net. If you can not get any links. Edu or. Gov point to you, then you have to find the website that has a great number of domain names. Edu,. Gov point on, then you try to involve touch with the webmaster to try to get on the first few links.

    You should make sure that the website you are looking for a link on the content unique and relevant content to your website. The search engines can easily determine first whether or not one website duplicate content or duplicate content from one site to another, and the search engine will reduce the impact of links pointing to your website you try to get links from this website.
    You should also focus on the drag from pages that have high ranking keywords match keywords that you desire. These pages are automatically considered copyright with authors for their subject.
     

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