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Let’s talk about Backlinks

creativeone asked 1 year ago
Ok, how many backlinks do youi have approximately?

I can imagine how one might get a couple of hundred, but some sites have 8 or 9 thousand or more! How does a site go about getting 10,000 backlinks?

6 Answers
Poker Zealot answered 1 year ago
Link Metro

Link Market

Try using a Link exchange service. Just be prepared to wade through tons of non-relevant exchange requests.

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lmhiih answered 1 year ago
If you have unique conent that is really interesting, you can get many natural links without much effort.

A press release can also get you many back links if it is good enough for the media to pick out.

Dominique answered 1 year ago
creativeone wrote:
Ok, how many backlinks do youi have approximately?

I can imagine how one might get a couple of hundred, but some sites have 8 or 9 thousand or more! How does a site go about getting 10,000 backlinks?

Most of the time these huge numbers are blackhat links and don’t have any value at all, quite the opposite, they may be bad.

Randy answered 1 year ago
Go for quality backlinks.

pokermonger answered 1 year ago
It doesn’t matter as much how many you have as how good the ones you have are

webber286 answered 1 year ago
It’s important to understand that every page on the web with a link to your site counts as a backlink. Many people assume that a link from a domain counts and 1 backlink even if it is on every page. Also, every page of your own site that has a link to your domain is counted as a backlink. As an example, our site has about 2,500 pages, each with a link to our root domain, so that’s reported as 2,500 backlinks. I have over 700 posts on this forum, each with a link in my signature, now there are 3,200 backlinks. Then, if you exchange sitewide links with other sites that have thousands of pages, you get thousands of more backlinks.

Yahoo currently reports 5,841 “inlinks” to our site. Yahoo is the most accurate of the search engines, but just last month we had well over 10,000 links reported, so who knows what they have changed in their reporting. They do have a whole new site called Site Explorer that recently launched, so it probably has something to do with that.

Finally, it’s not the number of links that you gain for your site, rather the quality of those links that ultimately helps you in the SERPs. In other words, don’t waste your money buying 50,000 links from a ton of unrelated sites as you will likely be banned from Google anyway.