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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Basics => Topic started by: georgelucas on 08-22-2016, 01:04:43

Title: Backlinks in Content
Post by: georgelucas on 08-22-2016, 01:04:43
If we write any blog or article, how many backlinks(with hyperlinks) we can give in that? Is it limited or we can give 'n' number of links?
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: jeffmarlon on 08-22-2016, 03:11:41
It is very limited. Remember one thing, the less backlink in the content, the more authority this backlink has. So, if you have one blog post, only one link will be the most quality backlink.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: Shikha Singh on 08-23-2016, 05:00:37
Content is one of the best way to get the backlinks or you can insert the hyperlink on the content to increase the number of clicks on the website and it increase the bounce rate of the website. You can create the backlinks for the website with the help of content or microblogging.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: TomClarke on 08-23-2016, 06:37:10
How many backlinks you need depends on what you're trying to achieve. The more you want to achieve, the more backlinks you will need. You can potentially rank  your business's website with literally  just a few backlinks, but that would be for low competition keywords with low search  volumes, meaning you would get few visitorsto your site.
 Any general nu,ber of backlinks given as a target could be arqued against, as it will vary very much from  business to business. However, a small business should be looking to get 50 quality backlinks to get their SEO campaign off to a good start. With 50 quality backlinks it would be reasonable to expect first page ramkings for 5 or so keywords of average competitiveness.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: RH-Calvin on 08-23-2016, 09:16:45
You can use a maximum of 2 external links on a good length of content. Apart from that you can use authority backlinks that will help increase the views of your content.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: damponting44 on 11-02-2017, 01:32:50
A “backlink” is created when an external website links to yours. This why some people refer to them as “external backlinks”.Link building is an art. It's almost always the most challenging part of an SEO's job, but also the one most critical to success. Link building requires creativity, hustle, and often, a budget. No two link building campaigns are the same, and the way you choose to build links depends as much upon your website as it does your personality.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: Janvi Singh on 11-07-2017, 21:11:02
One link in content is enough and more authenticated.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: chivianhvip1 on 11-11-2017, 06:57:47
Just 2 - 3 backlinks are enough, more than google to ban spam. That is enough to make the article more natural
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: riyaz1539 on 01-21-2018, 00:44:53
It's highly likely that you're just not 'popular' enough. On-site optimisation on its own doesn't get results, you also have to build something that people really like and use frequently.

if you don't have enough relevant, high-quality, non manipulative back-links (which are editorial in nature, not advertorial) then you may lack the authority to compete.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: fayeseom on 01-21-2018, 23:29:28
In essence, backlinks to your website are a signal to search engines that others vouch for your content. If many sites link to the same webpage or website, search engines can infer that content is worth linking to, and therefore also worth surfacing on a SERP.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: lishmaliny on 10-19-2019, 03:31:49
Multiple Links on the Same Page Therefore, if two links in the body of your guest post point to the same internal page, you would get roughly twice as much page rank as a result. Differing anchor text will not affect this, so don't be afraid to post multiple times, as long as the context of your links is appropriate.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: susanburling on 10-19-2019, 05:11:50
The less backlink in the content, the more powerful backlink, and vice versa.
Ideally, most of the users prefer 2 backlinks for a 500-word blog.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: lishmaliny on 10-22-2019, 08:54:56
In essence, backlinks to your website are a signal to search engines that others vouch for your content. If many sites link to the same webpage or website, search engines can infer that content is worth linking to, and therefore also worth surfacing on a SERP.
Title: Re: Backlinks in Content
Post by: ritesh3592 on 11-17-2019, 21:15:34
You can use 2 backlinks for an article of 500 words. Make sure the anchor text you have used to make it should be natural to the user.