Link building strategies
Link popularity refers to the number of links pointing to and from related sites and is an extremely important method of improving your site’s relevancy in search engines.
Let’s take a look at each one in more detail.
Internal links are amount of links to and from pages in a site. Cross-linking your important related pages is recommended for a better search engine visibility. This assists search engine spiders to find and index your most key pages faster, particularly if some pages are hidden deep within your site.
Site maps or sitemap are visual models of your site’s content that enables users to find exact content or page on your website. Site maps are like interactive table of contents, with links leading to most or all the pages on your website. Site maps are organized hierarchically, breaking down the site’s information into progressively more specific subject areas.
Incoming link popularity refers to links uncensored hidden wiki pointing to a site from other related sites. In addition, there are two types of incoming links:
1. Linking from your own sites
Crass linking as we discussed above is very much recommended for a better crawl of your site by spiders. You must select keywords that describe the site you’re linking to. You have to do this because some of the major search engines, such as Google, place a great importance on the text used within, and close to, links.