Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by AMLegend, Jan 31, 2017.
Can you give me suggest what kind of backlinks Google likes?
As per my opinion, Google always loves natural links, high-quality and relevant backlinks to your site.
Google loves Niche relevant backlink with high-quality content.
google likes links from high authority sites like
wikipedia or other news websites and blogs
it also like links from high quality unique articles with TF 20+
Wiki links, edu, Web 2.0, press releases, social bookmarks and so on.
But what google really loves is google adwords
Google always likes fresh content on high authority sites.
Links from the high metric sites with relevant niche, .edu and .gov links, Social shares
Look the best 10 keywords who rank in the top 10 - filter those down to see which websites rank for more keywords that not
Look at their links and learn
Wiki links, edu both outdated . Especially edu
Well, you must consider that Google loves natural backlink with quality content to users. Too, you can check top 10 from Google to find some of those backlinks
Links that pass off as organic
Google loves $$$, paid results list is getting longer and organic results list is getting shorter. Otherwise focus on high quality content and less spammy links.
Backlinks are a real Google rank increaser if to use them in a smart way. Google loves sites with a high number of relevant pages linked to them and so ranks such a site higher than the others. But link building or getting quality backlinks is much crucial to surviving a Google update like Penguin.
To get the best idea of what a so-called natural quality or quality backlinks, listen to Matt Cutts himself in the video below who explains it perfectly and from Google’s own perspective
Google doesn't like anything cause Google is a program and incapable of feelings. Mat Cutts on the other hand does not like anything because he is a fat miserable cunt who was probably bullied at school.
Unnatural, spammy, gsa blasts and sape links.
Backlinks with extra cheese and sauce.
GSA blasted spam linkd
Google always likes high-quality links from high authority blogs and natural links.
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