There was a neat little post on search engine roundtable today and it seemed to have raised interest in many website owners. The information provided by the author of the article was’t very useful, so I have decided to rehash the article here, in order to provide some insight on the topic. Truth is, the internet doesn’t hide anything – no matter the topic, it has been mentioned many times online, so whatever topics you and I decide to write, it has already been done, and as time moves forward, the web will be filled with more and more crap content. Search Engines rank articles higher in the search engine report pages (SERP) when the content is fresh (up to date), unique (not copied but written by you), and provides a lot of insightful information, in length.
How Many Backlinks Do I Need?
How many backlinks you need to rank your website on the first page of Google or any other search engine, isn’t the question we need t answer here.The question is, how often should I create backlinks or at what consistency. When you build links without knowing what you’re doing, you can very easily set off red flags and spam filters via the search engines. Things like this is what gets your website penalized and or deindexed. Pay close attention, as I explain to you exactly how this is done correctly.
Link Velocity is the term used when defining the speed used, at which links are established. Link building should appear to the search engines to be as natural as possible. When I say that, it is extremely important that you follow the guidelines below:
In order to make your link building to appear as natural as possible, it’s really important to your businesses success that if you begin building links at a high volume, that you remain creating links at a high volume. Only gradual increasing is acceptable at anytime. If you start out building links at a low volume, then you my friend, better continue doing the same on a daily basis. It’s fine if you miss a day. Links are not found by search engines until any given search engine crawls the website in which you created a link. Some webmasters choose to ping their backlinks. Some choose to not ping their backlinks. I suggest you not to ping