A Joint Global Campaign Against Seo Abuse And Backlinks
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A Joint Global Campaign against SEO Abuse and Backlinks
It is becoming in this day important to pay attention about quality of backlinks in order to avoid to be penalized but this topic is full of myths that need to be busted. In order to bust a myth I believe it's important first of all to explain what a BackLink is.
Backlink... or normal Link?
Backlinks enable you to keep track of other pages on the web that link to your posts. For instance, suppose Alice writes a blog entry that Bob finds interesting. Bob then goes to his own blog and writes a post of his own about it, linking back to Alice's original post. Now Alice's post will automatically show that Bob has linked to it, and it will provide a short snippet of his text and a link to his post. What it all works out to is a way of expanding the comment feature such that related discussions on other sites can be included along with the regular comments on a post.
Which is really correct. A backlink, in fact, should be a positive and reciprocal link between two websites that talks about a specific and common topic. What instead appears on internet for "backlink" is wrong:
According to Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backlink):
Backlinks, also known as incoming links, inbound links, inlinks, and inward links, are incoming links to a website or web page. In basic link terminology, a backlink is any link received by a web node (web page, directory, website, or top level domain) from another web node.
This is correct if we are talking about normal links, and not backlinks. A normal link may become a backlink if both entities, websites or web nodes link back reciprocally.
If I am posting this brief intro and this article is for a specific reason, penalization and backlinks are becoming really trending and I do really understand the reason why: Google is penalizing websites in their search results depending based upon links and backlinks.
Everyone of us knows perfectly the reasons, there are millions of posts on internet describing why Google decided to do so, I also wrote articles on other sites about it and this article here is important and also necessary in order to explain to all ChkMe's users that this website does not link back to your site, it never did it and never will link to your website. The only links that will appears on ChkMe.com are not backlinks and are coded with the tag rel='nofollow' which tells search engine not to pass pagerank hence won't be a source of penalization. The SEO report page is not linking and neither hosting content from your site and it does not link back to your website.
Yes, using whatever service is always regulated by General Agreements, also ChkMe.com have one and can be accessed here: https://chkme.com/read-disclaimer which is applied every time you run a report on ChkMe.com - Be advised, we do respect rules and we prefer not to offer links so you are safe but mind also that other website won't respect your privacy and may create wild links/backlinks which may then affect your ranking on Google.
So which is the point of this article? Easy: Pay attention every time you run a report on a SEO website, read the agreements and if you are not willing to spend time then to disavow unwanted links, don't run any report as it may become your responsibility and your only fault because you haven't paid attention to such agreements. Trust only sites that have a contact form, trust only sites with clear Term of Service/Agreement or trust just websites that will never offer links/backlinks, such like ChkMe.com
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