|Weekly SEO news: 25 September 2007|
to the latest issue of the Search
Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at the perfect incoming link for high search engine rankings.
In the news: new search engine share statistics, search engines continue to be the primary way Internet users navigate to key industry categories and more.
Table of contents:
|1. The perfect incoming link for high search engine rankings|
Incoming links are one of the most important factors for high search engine rankings. If your website doesn't have enough incoming links then it's very difficult to get high rankings for a competitive search term.
It's important that you get the right kind of links. If you have 20 good incoming links then you'll get better rankings than with 100 bad incoming links.
So what makes a good incoming link? There are several points that can make a link better than other links:
1. The link should use the keyword in the anchor text
2. The link should be from a relevant page
3. The link should go to a relevant page on your site
4. It's good if the link is from an authority site
5. The link must not have a nofollow attribute
Further information on how to get high quality links can be found in our free link building eBook. If you build links to your website as explained in the eBook, your website will get the best possible rankings on Google and other search engines.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
|Hitwise: Google receives 64 percent of all U.S. searches in Aug. 2007
Google: Websites that may merit a low landing page quality score
|3. Articles of the week|
|Will Yahoo deliver something new with its ad quality filtering?
Clicks that count
Microsoft fires volley at Google in ad battle
|4. Recommended resources|
How to get incoming links
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