Link Information From Google's Point Of View

Oct 10, 2008 | 2,510 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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A couple of days ago, we had elaborated on the importance of link architecture in one of our blogs. The fact is that ample light has been thrown on the issue of Link Building as well as on the knowledge of Links on the Internet! Let us see as to what the Official Google Webmaster World has to say on the issue:

“We hope that you're able to focus on helping users (and improving the web) by creating great content or providing a great service on your site. In between creating content and working on your site, you may have read some of the (often conflicting) link discussions circling the web. If you're asking, "What's going on — what do I need to know about links?" then welcome to the first day of links week!

Day 2: Internal links (links within your site)

Internal linking is your homepage linking to your "Contact us" page, or your "Contact us" page linking to your "About me" page. Internal linking (also known as link architecture) is important because it's a major factor in how easily visitors can navigate your site. Additionally, internal linking contributes to your site's "crawlability" — how easily a spider can reach your pages.

Day 3: Outbound links (sites you link to)

Outbound links are external sites that you're linking to. For example, to the domain (our lovely blog!). Outbound links allow us to surf the web — they're a big reason why the web is so exciting and collaborative. Without outbound links, your site can seem isolated from the community because each page becomes "brochure-ware." Most sites include outbound links naturally and it shouldn't be a big concern. If you still have questions, we'll be covering outbound linking in more detail on Day 3.

Day 4: Inbound links (sites linking to you)

Inbound links are external sites linking to you. There are many webmasters who (rightfully) aren't preoccupied by the subject of inbound links. So why do some webmasters care? It's likely because merit-based or volunteered inbound links may seem like a quick way to increase rankings and traffic. Answers to your questions like, "Are there no-cost methods to maximize my merit-based links?" are provided on Day 4."
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Navneet Kaushal

Navneet Kaushal is the founder and CEO of PageTraffic, an SEO Agency in India with offices in Chicago, Mumbai and London. A leading search strategist, Navneet helps clients maintain an edge in search engines and the online media. Navneet's expertise has established PageTraffic as one of the most awarded and successful search marketing agencies.
4.thumbnail Link Information From Googles Point Of View
4.thumbnail Link Information From Googles Point Of View