Quality inbound links start the traffic snowball rolling and growing in momentum. Start at the Link-Building section of DAY 7 of the Action Guide, and then read the "Make Your Links Work!" e-book. Proceed to the "Building a Links Program" section of the TNT HQ. This is the place to discuss "keep it real" links. NO manipulation of Google, please. Let it grow!

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#1366001 by Eyal from Beerotaim
Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:27 pm
Hi everyone
not sure if that's the place for bringing that up but does anyone knows how the engines see exchange related links (same theme) but different languages?
does it even matter? :roll:
thanks in advance
Eyal
#1366055 by Debs from barkinista.com
Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:02 pm
Definitely matters! Do one or two really high quality link exchanges, then stop and let the rest grow naturally.

As to languages, not sure what you mean, but when you do a high quality link exchange, don't put it on other pages of your site, give one recommendation, in its proper place, in context on one page within related content is best. If you want it on multiple pages, let one alone and nofollow the others (say on other language pages on your site that duplicate). If it earns you anything, it must be "nofollowed" no matter where it is placed.

An over abundance of any kind of inbound links is a real issue with the SEs (search engines), that was what Penguin was all about (a Google algo that now runs constantly, but only ran just a couple times a year when it started around 2012/2013 ... All aimed at the quality of inbound links a site had).

It is better to focus on Social to help build traffic and site reputation on an ongoing basis.

Debs
#1366064 by Eyal from Beerotaim
Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:48 pm
Great, thanks, got it.
cheers
Eyal
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