Your very Own Backlinks Guide
Backlinks are links from other websites to your website. Search engines consider each of these links “votes” for your website and content.
Like I mentioned, backlinks are basically votes from other websites. Each of these votes tells search engines: “This content is valuable, credible and useful”. So the more of these votes you have, the higher your site will rank in Google and other search engines.
Using links as a voting system is nothing new. In fact, backlinks formed the foundation of Google’s original algorithm (known as “PageRank”).
There are backlinks that can make a small difference. There are backlinks that can make a BIG difference. (And there are even links that can hurt your rankings)
In other words, if you want to rank in Google, you need to focus on building quality backlinks. Put another way: A single quality backlink can be more powerful than 10,000 low-quality backlinks.
Quality of Backlinks
But how do you know if a backlink is high-quality… or low-quality?
They Come From Trusted, Authoritative Websites
They Include Your Target Keyword In The Link’s Anchor Text
The Site (and Page) Linking to You Is Topically Related To Your Site
The Link Is a “Dofollow” Link
The Link Is From a Domain That Hasn’t Linked to You Before
For Further Update Read the Article: Why Do You Need Backlinks