Do You Know Who Might Be Linked to Your Website? Or How The Wrong Links Could Impact Your Site?
Those familiar with Search Engine Optimization might know that site links can work for or against a website’s standing with search engines and therefore the public. Inbound links (those coming from another website that direct users to your website) are currently a key factor in a successful optimization campaign. These links are utilized by Google to determine a website’s Page Rank, a factor in the search engine’s algorithm or formula that determines a website’s positioning in search engine results pages (SERPs).
Before we continue, know that the terms inbound links and backlinks are synonymous. For our purposes, we will use inbound links consistently. Additionally, there are different kinds of inbound links of varying effectiveness and value to your website. There are basically two kinds of inbound links: text and graphic-based. Depending on the type of business you have, one might be of more benefit to you than the other.
Active Web Group’s SEO Strategists stay abreast of algorithm changes and are current with what initiatives and overall campaign strategies will benefit you and your online business. For example, recent algorithm changes have influenced the vehicles by which “SEOs” seek and implement inbound links as well as which kinds of linkage are acceptable and which are no longer of value.
AWG’s Link Analysis Will Provide Insight into Your Website’s Online Performance
A Free Link Analysis from Active Web Group will provide information about the links coming into your site including which domains are sending the most links to your site, the authority of these linking domains, and our link analysis even displays the anchor text that is being used to build backlinks to your site. Currently anchor text is an important part of building links. Find out more about links that point to your site with a Free Link Analysis from AWG, today!
Your Free Link Analysis includes:
- Total number of backlinks
- Which domains link to you
- The amount of times each linking domain links to your site
- The authority of domains linking to you
- Anchor text used in links
- Top Level Domain (TLD) information, i.e. .com, .org, .edu, etc.
Once AWG’s SEO Strategist has compiled your website’s Link Analysis, we will consult with you regarding the steps required to remediate any issues or how to maintain and build upon your sound link status. Contact us for your no-cost and no-obligation link analysis to determine your website’s link-health and well being today!