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Beginners Guide to Buying Links for SEO



If you’re not sure of the best way to buy links or how to judge if the link will benefit your web site, Text Link Brokers (a Pilgrim Partner) has published a Beginners Guide to Buying Links for SEO.

Here’s an example of the great advice contained in the guide…

The total number of outbound links on a page is an important factor to consider when purchasing a link. A site that has too many outbound links is not going to pass much link popularity. They are also at risk of being penalized in the search engines if the outbound links are thought to be “paid links” or are all pointing to “un-relevant” sites. On the other hand, if a site is authoritative in a particular field and naturally links to other sites in its industry, that is much different. Authoritative sites that link out to other sites are considered hubs and will provide a lot of benefit. This includes sites such as Wikipedia.org, Directory.Yahoo.com, DMOZ.com, and others.

  • http://www.anghus.com/sokemotoroptimalisering/siste-nytt/advokat-i-oslo.html Advokat i Oslo

    Well, I don’t agree with the advice around outbound links.

    There are various discussion around it among seo’s but as I have tested it my self, a site with over 100 outbound links does well as well as site with only 10 links. It
    s all about whom you are linking to.

  • http://www.westcoastpetsupply.com Andrew

    I agree. I’ll take quality over quantity any day.