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What is a Private Blog Network or PBN? Buying Domains: How do you find expired domains? Registering Your Domain Hosting Setting up a Site Writing Content Linking to Your Niche Site How To Avoid a Blog Network Footprint
The Importance of Backlinks in Ranking:
If you’ve read anything about or studied Search Engine Optimization, you’ve come across the term “backlink” at least once. For those of you new to SEO, you may be wondering what a backlink is, and why they are important.
Backlinks have become so important to the scope of Search Engine Optimization, that they have become some of the main building blocks to good SEO.
What are “backlinks”? Backlinks are links that are directed towards your website. Also knows as Inbound links (IBL’s). The number of backlinks is an indication of the popularity or importance of that website. Backlinks are important for SEO because some search engines, especially Google, will give more credit to websites that have a good number of quality backlinks, and consider those websites more relevant than others in their results pages for a search query.
When search engines calculate the relevance of a site to a keyword, they consider the number of QUALITY inbound links to that site. So we should not be satisfied with merely getting inbound links, it is the quality of the inbound link (Perfect backlink) that matters. Understanding What Makes A Perfect Backlink First of all, you have to know the factors that create a perfect backlink. Well, here are they:
1. The Authority Of The Site The most important factor is the authority of the site. If you are able to get a link from high authority sites like Wikipedia or The NY Times, you can expect a ton of link juice flowing to your site. Why? Because Google knows that these sites don’t link to junk. They’ll only ever link to quality, so when you get a link from Wikipedia, it’s the best indicator of the site is trusted and have high value. 2. The Page Rank of The Site Page rank is one of the oldest ranking factors that Google uses to determine the importance of a page. That means the higher the PR of a page, the more powerful the backlink it produces. That’s the reason why we build high PR private blog networks: to get backlinks from pages with established PR. 3. The Relevance Of The Linking Source Relevancy is a highly important factor. What this means is that links from relevant sites always carry way more power than links from sites with no relevance. Getting links from the relevant sites is more powerful, since it directly endorses the content of the site by referencing. 4. The Type Of Site That Create The Backlink There are some kinds of link that are dead easy to get links from, so Google devalues links from social bookmark, blog comments, and forum profiles, etc. Don’t get me wrong; they STILL carry some weights, but not as much as links that are more difficult to obtain from blogs, press release and authority sites. 5. Link Location On The Page You have to get contextual backlink to get the most of the backlink source. Other positions like homepage, sidebar, and footer are still good but not as powerful as contextual backlink. 6. The Amount of Outbound Links Page Rank gets distributed between links on a page. That means the more link on the page, the less juice each link will receive. It’s simple as that. Lesser the outbound links in a page is more powerful and valuable. It is logical to think that there may not be too many in context link in an article for referencing. Lesser the link more value it gets. It’s that simple. A Perfect Backlink Example Let imagine we want to rank for a website in the health niche, this is what we want to get link from:
A PR 4+ health Blog
Stay forever on the homepage to get the most out of the PR 4
Very few outbound links BOOM! We have a perfect link. But it sounds like impossible for an authority site to put a link to our health blog on a sticky post that stays forever on the homepage, right? So why not make your own high PR & relevant site and link it to your health blog. In short “Create your own PBN” What is a Private Blog Network or PBN? A private blog network (PBN) is a set of domains that you own. In most cases, a PBN is made up from expired domains. An expired domain is a domain that was owned at one time and had content – the website was lived in and the webmaster cared for the site. In fact, the webmaster probably created a nice website that attracted visitors and even had other websites link to the domain. It may have a page rank or not. Why would someone create a PBN? A PBN is powerful because you control the content and you control the links within the domain. This means that you can create or alter the content so it relates specifically to your niche. Even more important is that you can create and alter the anchor text that links to your website. (Anchor text is the text that appears as a hyperlink – it’s what you click on to go to another site.) In addition, an expired domain is likely to pass along a good amount of link juice to any website with a link from it. Link juice can be thought of as ranking power – so an expired domain can pass more ranking power than a brand new domain since it carries more authority.Other Details
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