Sunday, January 30, 2011

5 Mistakes In exchange Linked To Increase Page Rank

Although PageRank is no longer influential in the SERP, cultural exchange link-exchange still occurs in the blogosphere. This is because the PageRank is still a separate presitse about the success of a blog. And also despite the SERP is not affected by PageRank, but indirectly the quantity, quality, and relevance of backlinks in a blog remains influential in the rankings in the SERP.
Google itself actually did expressly forbid-exchange rate link, as mentioned in the official website:

Your site’s ranking in Google search results is partly based on analysis of those sites that link to you. The quantity, quality, and relevance of links count towards your rating. The sites that link to you can provide context about the subject matter of your site, and can indicate its quality and popularity. However, some webmasters engage in link exchange schemes and build partner pages exclusively for the sake of cross-linking, disregarding
the quality of the links, the sources, and the long-term impact it will have on their sites. This is in violation of Google’s webmaster guidelines and can negatively impact your site’s ranking in search results. Examples of link schemes can include:
  • Links intended to manipulate PageRank
  • Links to web spammers or bad neighborhoods on the web
  • Excessive reciprocal links or excessive link exchanging (“Link to me and I’ll link to you.”)
  • Buying or selling links that pass PageRank

So many novice bloggers who make the following mistakes in trade-in exchange links to increase page rank: 

Mistake 1: Collect All Links in One page Create a special page that contains a collection of links, would be detected easily by Search Engine so that search engines will immediately think that we are making "Link Exchange" or "exchange link" which in practice Search Engine as stated above are illegal. To avoid this, we should put all the link-exchange link exchange results in the sidebar or footer of the blog, because such links are generally regarded as a link partner. 

Mistake 2: Link exchange With Blog Irrelevant As stated above google, not only the quantity and quality of links are important but also the relevance of the source link to another link that will be counted. Because of that rank blogs by general topic area is generally faster and got good ratings, because exchange links with other blogs will still be considered the same topic.

Mistake 3: No Confirmation Link exchange re- It's a mistake that many beginners do bloggers like us, when we first put a link to a blog, we are sure that these blogs will also install a link to us. In reality, the blog owners sometimes forget or even ignore our link exchange request. Could be due to our comments into the SPAM folder or indeed our request was ignored. Beginner Blogger is also never experienced it, because it becomes a valuable lesson for checks after making the request a link exchange as well as routine check these links every month. Blogs are not put back links should be placed on a waiting list until the next check, and should send back a confirmation to the blog owner.
Mistake 4: Using Anchor Text The Irrelevant In exchange Links Anchor text is the words that appear on a link. If we want to get good rankings in the SERP for certain keywords, you should use those keywords as anchor text to our blog, but you should anchor text relevant to the content of our blog. When you do not want to target a specific keyword, use the title of the blog also. 

Mistake 5: exchange Link Only With Blogs Who Owns the High Pagerank It is true that the blogs with high PageRank can help accelerate the increase in page rank of a blog. However, the parameters of Google PageRank and also in providing ratings in the SERP as mentioned above is the quality, quantity and relevance of a blog. Been or are currently experiencing one of the above error? Or you do not agree with the opinions above novice blogger? Criticism and suggestions received with open arms. Please leave a comment to share experiences with other novice bloggers.

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