Forum Posts

arifa arifa
May 12, 2022
In Authors Forum
Some examples of these schemes are "link farms" (or link farms), which consist of the creation of websites just to include links and PBN Business Email List networks (Private Blog Network), which are blogs that mutually exchange links. You may be wondering if it is possible for guest posts and sponsored posts on blogs to be penalized by Google. But that Business Email List only happens if you over-adopt those strategies without thinking about the user. On the other hand, if you make posts relevant to the visitors of that website and include the Business Email List backlinks in the context, the mentions will grow naturally and Google will notice the value of your content. Spam in blog comments Commenting on blogs with your website link can be a good idea if you really provide valuable Business Email List information. But, as we said, that link is "nofollow" and does not transmit link juice, it is just Business Email List about building a link and generating traffic. There are still many website administrators who insistently comment Business Email List on blogs just to include their links. That has no effect for SEO and the worst Business Email List thing is that it even harms your reputation. Google can also notice this practice and penalize your pages. So don't do that, okay? Sitewide links decontextualized Sitewide links are those links that are located in the header or footer and therefore Business Email List appear throughout the website. Many website admins believe that being on every page would be a way to gain multiple backlinks quickly. Therefore, they include several links with keywords in Business Email List the anchor text even from associated sites, to improve the ranking of the cited pages. However, Google itself has already made it clear that sitewide links count only as one link . So, it is Business Email List useless to insist on several links out there, even that practice can be seen as black hat by the search engine.
0
0
4
 

arifa arifa

More actions