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Links - What, Why & How

  • What are Links?

    Search engines measure a website's value and relevance by analyzing the links to the site from other websites. The resulting “link popularity” is a measure of the number and quality of links to a website. It is an integral part of a website's ranking in search engines.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_building

  • Why Are they so important?

    By increasing the number of high-quality links pointing to your  website, you are increasing the likelihood of your  website ranking highly in search engine results. Link building is also a proven marketing tactic for increasing brand awareness

  • How do you get links?

    Firstly this is something that given time and dedication, you can do yourself. For information on how to build quality relevant links that will make a difference to your ranking read this step by step article.

Alternatively for a hands off and hassle free approach why not let us do the work for you?

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