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- Get relevant quality links to your website
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With the constant change of Google’s algorithms to determine how websites are ranked through Google’s Search Engine, we have broken down the information in a simple form to help you understand, how link building is incorporated in optimizing your site today.
Research and information is credited to several notable articles, and Google’s Support page.
After building your site, you might feel that there are not enough people visiting your site.
This is where Link Building comes into play.
Link building helps to generate more traffic to your site through other users, who click on links that forward themselves to your site. The links may also help you to be placed higher in a search result, since each link relatively works as a vote for your site.
Having links to your website, is an important factor in the algorithms of popular search engines, in order to determine the order of rankings when searched using your keywords. By investing in Link Building, you can increase the quantity of traffic to your site and avoid people clicking on your competitor’s website, because you were not noticed.
The Basics of Panda: Looking Closer at the Content !
Named after Navneet Panda, the Panda was built using a more sophisticated and scalable form of artificial intelligence. It was the start in figuring out which sites have real quality, and separates them from intentional spam based sites.
The human quality testers, rated thousands of websites on the following, in no specific order:
- Quality of Content
- Future visits to the website
Basically, it either categorized your website as a “high quality" site or a "low quality" site.
February 2011: Unleasing the Panda!
The start of SERP changes. The goal of the panda update was aimed to lower the rank of "low quality site", and allow the "high quality" websites to be placed higher in the search results. A great number of new websites and social networking sites went up in the ranking while websites that catered to advertising, dropped further into the depth of SERP rankings.
The change affected about 12% of the search results.
Unfortunately, the change caused several people to become upset and "spilling their coffee" so to speak, but on the whole, it was aimed to detact spam advertisement and plagiarized information.
April 2011: The Panda takes over the world!
After several updates, the Panda algorithm for Google's Search Engine went global.
Jan 14th, 2012 - April 20th, 2012: Various Updates
During the above period, Google did several version updates on the Panda, and fixed errors that led to some sites being wrongly penalized.
Panda v3.5 was released on April 19th 2012, which was designed to rate the quality of web pages. The Penguin update focuses on spam.
The Basics of Penguin: Tackling Bad Links!
With Panda’s initial divide between a quality site and low quality site, Penguin takes a closer look at each site, especially how it is linked. Penguin weeds out and eventually pushes away spam, prohibiting the duplicate and deceptive content on multiple pages, sub domains, and domains. Those practicing black-hat SEO methods will be penalized and will lose ranking. The main aim of Penguin Update is to limit Web Spam.
Content is still the main leading factor for SEO – yet the catch now is to have “good" content.
Penguin prefers that you use:
- 301 redirects.
- Consistency with your internal linking. For example, don't link to http://www.example.com/page and http://www.example.co/page/ and http://www.example.com/page/index.htm.
- Use top-level domains.
- Carefully syndicate.
- Use Google's webmaster tools to let them know how you want to be indexed.
- Minimize repetition. For instance, instead if including lengthy copyright text on the bottom of every page, include a very brief summary and then link to a page with more details.
- Avoid publishing pages that are empty and have no content. "Use the no index meta tag to block these pages from being indexed."
- Understand your CRM.
- Minimize similar content.
May 22nd, 2013: Penguin 2.0 Rolled out.
The newest update from Google, named Penguin 2.0, was an aggressive algorithm change that sought to penalize spammers. Now more than ever content is king, and the process of asking Google to remove questionnable links has become more important. This has been the most influential update yet, and has many people wondering how to recover. Here's what to consider when determining what changes to make:
- Who links to your website.
- What type of content is on the linking site (pharma, gambling, pornography?)
- Are your anchor texts diversified?
- Is your site over-optimized
- Have you been branding your business
- Have you spent enough time assessing your website for content
There are many other things to audit to give your site the best chance to maintain or reclaim search engine rankings. To find out more visit:
May 27th 2012: Penguin Feedback Form
A form was created and designed for two categories of users:
- People who want to report web spam that still ranks high after the update.
- People who believe their own website got unfairly hit by the update.
There is a "Reconsideration Form" available through Google webmaster tools, for the 700,000 sites that received emails about their sites that demonstrated unusual linking.
Reconsideration Request Link:
May 25th, 2012: Penguin 1.1
The update affected about 3% of all searches in all languages, more in highly spammed languages.Matt cutts stated that it"impacted less than one-tenth of a percent of English searches."
April 24th, 2012: Penguin Went Live
Its goal was to lower search engine of websites that violated Google's Webmaster Guidelines by using black-hat SEO methods. Penguin is determined to sweep away the spam and keep the streets of the World Wide Web, clean!
Black-hat SEO: Using techniques that are looked down upon, such as keyword stuffing, cloaking, participating in linking schemes, intentional creation of duplicate content and more.
Canonical Link Element (rel=“canonical"): A HTML element that helps webmasters prevent duplicate content issues by specifing a more preferred version of a webpage as a part of SEO. "For example, http://www.example.com/page.html would be considered by search engines to be an entirely different page to http://www.example.com/page.html?parameter=1, even though both URLs return the same content".
Cloaking: Content is presented to the search engine spider that is different from the presentation from a user's browser. The content is based on the IP addresses, or User-Agent HTTP header of the requested page. When defined as a search engine spider, a script delivers a different version of the web page that has content not displayed or searchable on visible pages. Sometime it is used to deceive search engines.
Keyword Stuffing: A bad technique that over uses the keywords assigned to a page. Stuffing as many keywords onto a page is never a good stratergy since it lowers your content quality.
Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI): An index retrieval method that uses a math technique called a singular value decomposition to identity pattern in the relationship between the terms and concept in a given group of text.
Navneet Panda: An engineer. The Panda machine was made possible by her, and so forth, it was named after her.
nofollow: A element to instruct some search engines that a hyperlink should not influence the link's target ranking in the search engine index.
Pagerank: A Google-specific only ranking system. It assigns a number 0-10 based on the algorithm value. It is an older ranking factor, but still viable. Named after Larry Page, patented to Stanford Universty, et Google has exclusive license rights.
Matt Cutts: "The Webspam Fighter", also known as the head of Google's Search Quality Team. He specializes in SEO, and is the cause of headaches around the globe after releasing his new penguin.
- What is Link Building?
The creation of links on other website pages in the World Wide Web that leads back to the pages of your own website.
- Why is Link Building so important?
An important factor in gaining traffic, search engines will be able to see that you have other sources pointing back to your website. Having a high PageRank website linking to your website allows your site to achieve a higher PageRank and becoming closer to the top of SERP's. Google's Penguin update focuses on linking, so it is recommended to have our professionals at Ontrix build links for you.
- How many links do I need to get?
It varies. the purpose of link building is to attract more traffic from those links and move up in the results through search engines. By having more high-quality sites linking to your site, the better results.
- Can I buy links myself?
You will be taking a risk! Google personally states in their support pages of how it is a high risk in receiving poor links that might potentially hurt your SERP rank. Leave your link building to Ontrix, a SEO and marketing company to properly build them for you.
- What determines good link building these days?
Link and share useful content through social media, have internal links to improve your site's structure, have a diversity of anchor text links, uality is better than quantity, and made sure each link produces quality content.
- What types of links are there?
Two types. Naked links that look like a regular URL (http://www.yourlinksample.com), and anchor text links that make a word become a clickable link.
- Learn about Google’s latest Panda and Penguin Search Engine updates before you start your link building process. We want to you know how SERP ranking have changed, and potentially why your current site’s ranking has dropped.
- Research why your competitor’s website is ranking higher than yours, content and link building is most likely one of the big factors that places you under them.
- Don’t be fooled by cheap link building sites, they might be practicing black-hat SEO methods that will penalize your site.
- Make sure to check your search ranking before you start the link building process, and then check it again a month or two after the link building is active. You should notice a greater amount of people visiting your site, and an increase in search rankings.
- Link building is a great asset to a business website in order to get your name out there.
- In the future, some of the link building techniques might change, and your ranking might increase or decrease. We cannot guarantee your exact placement in rank forever.