Friday, January 15, 2010

Effectively Build Links to Websites & Blogs with Paid links from Google’s Web Masters Search Engines SEO’s Guidelines

Effectively Build Links to Websites & Blogs with Paid links from Google’s Web Masters Search Engines SEO’s Guidelines
By Dennis Schleicher
When you are new webmaster you have very few options at hand when it comes to link building.

1. Get reciprocal Links which would not be very encouraging as people would not love to link to you in return from site which is not having a good page rank.

2. Participate in forums and blogs which have links visible to guest and Google would start caching those pages and start finding the links. Remember this would not get you anywhere on page rank and back-links but would just get the ball rolling. Don't consider yourself as SEO expert doing this.

3. The next best thing you could do is buy links. This is what Google does not like but if done wisely can benefit you.

I hope the resources on how to make $ money $ online, affiliate marketing, blogging, and websites.

Happy Blogging,

Dennis Schleicher
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Paid linksPrint from Google's Web Masters

Google and most other search engines use links to determine reputation. A site's ranking in Google search results is partly based on analysis of those sites that link to it. Link-based analysis is an extremely useful way of measuring a site's value, and has greatly improved the quality of web search. Both the quantity and, more importantly, the quality of links count towards this rating.

However, some SEOs and webmasters engage in the practice of buying and selling links that pass PageRank, disregarding the quality of the links, the sources, and the long-term impact it will have on their sites. Buying or selling links that pass PageRank is in violation of Google's webmaster guidelines and can negatively impact a site's ranking in search results.

Not all paid links violate our guidelines. Buying and selling links is a normal part of the economy of the web when done for advertising purposes, and not for manipulation of search results. Links purchased for advertising should be designated as such. This can be done in several ways, such as:

Adding a "nofollow" attribute to the tag

Redirecting the links to an intermediate page that is blocked from search engines with a robots.txt file

Google works hard to ensure that it fully discounts links intended to manipulate search engine results, such excessive link exchanges and purchased links that pass PageRank. If you see a site that is buying or selling links that pass PageRank, let us know. We'll use your information to improve our algorithmic detection of such links.

Dennis Schleicher

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