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Are dictionary sites authority sites?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by darkziosj, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. darkziosj

    darkziosj Junior Member

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    i can't seem to find a answer anywhere, thank you.
     
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    hello friend haha interesting read but i said dictionary sites, like when you type a keyword and it appears in a dictionary site
     
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    Yes, generally dictionary sites would be authority/high quality websites. Dictionary.com, merriam-webster.com, etc. are long-standing websites that are well respected.

    Of course, it depends on the dictionary. Anyone can make a website that has definitions on it and call it a dictionary site. You could register my-terrible-dictionary.xyz right now and fill it with spam if you wanted to.