5 Ways to Get Stronger Inbound Links and Gain Website Authority

Posted by Spencer Powell

Aug 1, 2012 5:57:00 AM

Get Stronger Inbound LinksA link from somewhere else on the web to your site is called an inbound link or a backlink. If you didn’t have to ask for it, it is the best kind, because it is an indication that you are doing a good job placing quality content on your site. The number of quality inbound links to your website is what gives it “authority” on the web. An authoritative site is one that has information you can trust and rely upon. Now you see the goal: building quality backlinks to your site to gain authority. It’s not just the number of links that are important: it’s the quality and reputation of the websites that link to you that really counts.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Analyze Inbound Links, Inbound Links


Why You Should Analyze Inbound Links

Posted by Wendy Bailey

Jul 5, 2012 6:48:00 AM

why analyze inbound marketing moneyEvery successful project begins with an understanding of what is being measured and how. When you begin, figure out first where you are going and how you will get there. Take a look at your own site’s inbound links and referrers to find out where you stand. You can use tools like Majestic SEO, Google Webmaster and Google Analytics to get the information you need. You are looking for the number of inbound links or “backlinks” and the quality of the websites that link to your site. The term “referrers” applies to websites that link to your site. What you may see is a conspicuous absence. What inbound links are missing?

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Analyze Inbound Links, Inbound Links


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