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    Quote Originally Posted by Actcom, post: 207108
    1000 + can bring u good results
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    What on earth does this mean?
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    It means "I read the original question, stole the number, and inserted a generic statement in to sound s-m-r-t."

    The correct answer to this question, with a qualifier, is 0. You do not need a single inbound link to any page on your site to receive referring traffic from search engines. If you build enough sites and you forget to include a robots.txt file for a site that's under construction, you will at some point see search engine referral traffic to your unfinished site, and you will probably have to scramble to put one in because customers will start asking when they can order Test Product (I actually saw someone do this once because they thought they'd get a discount in exchange for being a product tester).

    When you think about this, it makes a whole lot of sense because there are a lot of small businesses and people out there building sites by themselves, taking the time to put some decent content up, and that haven't got the foggiest idea how to market their sites. A lot of them have never heard of search engine optimization, and certainly wouldn't have heard of link wheels and link building and exchanges and all of the other crap. So why should these companies and people be penalized for the crime of putting something valuable online without worrying about "SEO" in its modern-day sense?

    Google in particular does a very good job of understanding this and tries to seek out those types of sites as much as is possible. It doesn't get to most of them (mostly because it can't), but it does get to a fair percentage of them.

    Now, does this mean a site with no inbound links to any of its pages will receive referral traffic for keywords and phrases such as "dogs", "cats", and "SEO"? Realism suggests "no". But that also doesn't mean "go chasing after every backlink you can because they all count." They don't all count...in fact, a very large percentage of the "SEO backlinks" don't count because they're buried so deep in websites that a crawler will never even get to them, and the ones they do get to are often devalued because they were obviously created for search engine reasons. The varying level of competition for each keyword or phrase, the devaluation of links in certain circumstances that only search engines know about, and the hundreds of other factors that are involved create a situation in which there is no qualitative or quantitative indicator of the number of inbound links that a page needs to receive to receive search engine referral traffic for a keyword or phrase. It's anywhere from 0 to infinity and beyond. So it's not even worth obsessing over, trying to find a magic bullet number, as a result.
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    how much backlinks required to get good ranking at search engines?
    None! You need great content.

    What are your visitors looking for? You should give them what they want with high quality articles which do a great job of covering their interest. This may actually require several pages.

    Want more visitors? Create more high quality content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pentawebexperts, post: 207700
    In my opinion the back links are as important as the quantity of back links. One must have minimum 1000 back links to get result...
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    No one can answer you because it all depends on several factors . Like quality of backlinks , competition content and other

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    Keywords are not important, I found a site that didn't even have any keywords and it was at the top of the google rank,

    I think it's all about backlinks, where and how much information can be found about your topic linkin to you.

    Does anyone have suggestions? What sites have good backlink support?

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    If you think keywords are only defined in the meta content tag, then your above statement about keywords may be accurate.

    "keywords" and keyword phrases don't have to be in the meta-tag to be considered keywords. If the content, titles, headers, are all geared toward a couple of words, then those are your keywords.

    No, google may not actually give you a lot of credit for having a keyword meta tag, but google is not the only search engine, and I know of a few that still give weight to it.

    A good designer is going to do what is best for his/her customer , the site, and search engines to make them play nice together.

    Usually a site that has been in place for years providing good relevant content, will get much higher exposure without having "everything in place ", where a new site, just starting out should make every effort to get listed and index as high as possible on every se they can find.

    Backlinks are only as good as where they are coming from, Although you really can't control backlinks, it usually takes a long time to get really good backlinks... And you should always be monitoring the backlinks that you do get.

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    Hmmm... nice , thanls, I'll keep that in mind.

    I have a second question, you get so many sites online that promise a service that'll get you to the top of the google ranking, are these sites legit? and if "yes" how do they manage to get someone top rankings quickly?

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    Not at all. They achieve their goals generally with black hat SEO. Basically they spam the hell out of the internet. **** 'em.
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    Can someone explain this for a nooby person? A backlink I assume is someone just linking to you - from their site. Or you submitting your link to a directory, link wall, perhaps linking your site on a blog comment?

    But when you're saying PR5, PR1 etc - is the PR standing for Public Relations or Page Ranking?

    Rofl - this is really interesting but I'm too stupid to keep up *cry*


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