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[Discussion] How do you define high quality backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Peter Ngo, Oct 25, 2014.

  1. Peter Ngo

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    Well, this has always been a damn lame topic that many people here have been tired of hearing. But i think it worths our effort to clear out the mist of high quality backlinks.

    What is your definition of high quality backlinks?

    Personally, my personal checklist of high quality backlinks are:
    1. Niche Relevant.
    2. High PR links on non spam domain.
    3. Domain with real links juice, when i choose a domain to put links on, i usually export all its homepage's backlinks and see if they have real authority.
    4. High quality content, ehh, i dont think i need to discuss about this one.
    5. If links are placed in inner pages, inner pages should have tier 2 to support it, otherwise link juice will not be passed.
    6. Real guest post on real sites.
    7. Real links from real big site, not some web 2.0s crap that are sold for 15 bucks here.

    So what are yours? Interested to know your thought :)