|Weekly SEO news: 10 July 2007|
to the latest issue of the Search
Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at one-way links, reciprocal links and three-way links. Which links work best if you want to improve your search engine rankings?
In the news: people often repeat web searches, Google adds impression share metrics, 10 markets where Google wants to win and more.
Table of contents:
|1. One-way links, reciprocal links, three-way-links. What's best?|
There are a lot of rumors about one-way links, reciprocal links and three-way links on the Internet. Which of these links work best for your business and which links do you need to get higher search engine rankings?
What are one-way links?
What are reciprocal links?
What are three-way links?
Which links will help you to get higher search engine rankings?
It doesn't matter if a link is one-way, reciprocal or three-way. It does matter if a link is on a related website. Links from high quality websites will help your rankings, links from garbage sites won't.
If you want to improve your search engine rankings, try to get links from web pages that have something to do with your site. ARELIS helps you to find these sites.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
often repeat web searches
"People often repeat Web searches, both to find new information on topics they have previously explored and to re-find information they have seen in the past ... Our study demonstrates that as many as 40% of all queries are re-finding queries."
Google adds impression share metrics to Google AdWords
Google’s supplemental results query: broken?
|3. Articles of the week|
|Google vs Everyone: 10 markets where Google wants to win
The folly of PPC independence
Web search groups to yield on privacy
|4. Recommended resources|
"IBP saves many hours per task."
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|5. Previous articles|