|Weekly SEO news: 22 March 2011|
| Welcome to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're showing you how to get links from high authority sites. Links from high authority websites have a high impact on the search engine rankings of your site. There's also a plan B if high authority sites don't want to link to your site.
Also in the news: A Bing algorithm update leads to much better results, Matt Cutts talks about Google's further anti-spam plans for 2011, Google PageRank patents and more.
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|1. How to get links from authority sites (+ plan B to get more links)|
Links from high authority websites have the biggest impact on the position of your web pages in Google search results. If high authority websites link to your site with your keywords in the anchor text, the chances that your site will be listed in the top 10 results for that keyword increase dramatically.
What are high authority websites?
Step 1: find high authority sites
Step 2: get links from these high authority sites
Plan B: what to do if the authority sites don't want to link to your site
How to contact second-tier link providers quickly and easily
Links from high quality websites are important for high rankings on Google. The more links point to your website, the better. IBP helps you to get the links that will improve the position of your website on Google and other search engines.
If you want to find out if your web pages contain the right content and have the right links for high rankings on Google, analyze them with IBP's Top 10 Optimizer.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
|4. Previous articles|