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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Basics => Topic started by: krishnanayak on 06-13-2016, 00:46:15

Title: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: krishnanayak on 06-13-2016, 00:46:15
How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value? please someone share own thought to understand about this...

Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: villadavid on 06-13-2016, 05:32:41
Some of the Ways Search Engines Judge the Value of a Link are-
1 - Internal vs. External
2 - Anchor Text
3 - PageRank
4 - TrustRank
5 - Domain Authority
6 - Diversity of Sources
7 - Uniqueness of Source + Target
8 - Location on the Page
9 - Topical Relevance
10 - Content & Context Assessment
11 - Geographic Location
12 - Use of Rel="Nofollow"
13 - Link Type
14 - Other Link Targets on the Source Page
15 - Domain, Page & Link-Specific Penalties
16 - Content/Embed Patterns
17 - Temporal / Historical Data
Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: TomClarke on 06-13-2016, 05:54:33
Here is a good article on this topic!
https://moz.com/blog/17-ways-search-engines-judge-the-value-of-a-link
You can find there a detailed description of every way search engines determine a link's value!
Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: Kate Evans on 06-14-2016, 01:58:18
Here is a list of the most important aspects which helps search Engines determine a link's value:
- relevance - links from pages that cover the same topic as the target page, or are closely related, are worth more than links from unrelated pages;
- authority - authorities are sites that are linked to by most of the sites relevant to a particular content;
- trust - trust takes into account how likely the linking page is infiltrated by spammers;
- anchor text - the anchor text the linking page uses is a powerful factor for search engines to determine the relevance of the target page.
- independence - links from independent, third party sites are evaluated much higher than internal links from your own site;
- cumulation;
- diversity - getting links from different sites adds to the target page's diversification;
- temporal patterns - temporal factors include when the target site gets new links, how link the links existed and how quickly they were added;
- context;
- domain.
Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: krishnanayak on 06-18-2016, 00:07:24
Thanks for your reply.....i searched on the google and found a link which perfectly describe about how Search engines determine a link's value...

Read More : http://blog.seomartweb.com/how-searc...a-links-value/ (http://blog.seomartweb.com/how-searc...a-links-value/)
Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: centigon on 06-20-2016, 01:53:00
There's lots of variable that Search Engines  use to calculate a link's value. It's different from Google to Yahoo or Bing. And none of them share that algorithm though.
However, in most case, a link from a high DA domain, high PA page, and from a high quality content is often considered high value.
Title: Re: How Search Engines Determine a Link’s Value?
Post by: MaryGreen on 06-20-2016, 23:23:25
Hi, also, you can watch more detaion info at this link at http://www.flamelab.de/article/10-aspects-how-search-engines-evaluate-links/