Get Quality Back-Links
Why does backlink quality matter for SEO?
Links have always been an important factor in how search engines like Google rank websites in their results, and that still holds true today.
Search engines essentially view each link to your site as a vote of confidence in the quality of your content.
After all, if another site is willing to cite you as a source or direct their users away from their own site in favor of one of your pages, you must be offering something of value.
So the more links you have to point to your site, the more trustworthy your site will appear.
Unfortunately, Google hasn’t released specifics on how it measures credibility, or how reputable it considers your site. But there are plenty of tools that can give you an idea of how trustworthy your site appears.
Many of these tools center on domain authority. This metric is based on a site’s link data, age, popularity, size, and trust-related indicators, and is scored on a scale from one to 100.
Essentially, the higher your domain authority, the easier it will be for your site to earn high rankings in search results.
Backlinks are incoming links to a webpage.
When a webpage links to any other page, it’s called a backlink. In the past, backlinks were the major metric for the ranking of a webpage. A page with a lot of backlinks tended to rank higher on all major search engines, including Google. This is still true to a large extent.
Here is a glossary of common terms related to backlinks that you should know:
No-Follow Link: When a website links to another website, but the link has a no-follow tag, that link does not pass link juice. No-follow links are not useful concerning the ranking of a page as they do not contribute anything. In general, a webmaster uses the no-follow tag when he/she is linking out to an unreliable site.
Do-Follow Link: By default, all the links that you add to a blog post are do-follow links and these pass link juice.
One important fact that you need to keep in mind about backlink SEO is that it is not the number of backlinks which matters, but rather the quality of backlinks.
You can get an idea of your site’s authority using the Website Authority Checker.
Our Backlinks Types and Charges :
- Comment below the article – $ 1 per comment
- In-article Text with No-follow – $1.5 per link
- In-article Text with Do-follow – $2 per link
- Full article to promote your business/website – $5 per article
- Banner Ads and Links – $10 per month