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Why Links Are So Important
In recent times many webmasters and blog owners have suffered a lot of anxiety as search engines have adjusted and changed their rules all too frequently. Every time they do this, the ranking of various web sites in the search engine marketing world changes.
Imagine waking up one morning to find that the traffic to your main revenue-generating site has suddenly dried up? On closer examination you identify "the culprit" - your site has virtually disappeared from itís high search engine rankings perch.
You can be sure that if there is a nightmare that most webmasters wake up from sweating and shaking in horror, then this one has to be it.
Search Engine Basics Of Relying On Links Have Never Changed
However in all the constant and regular changes we have seen, there is one thing that has never changed. We are of course referring to one way links pointing at a site. If anything they seem to be getting increasingly important as far as search engines are concerned.
Search engines consider them to be the ultimate vote of confidence on a siteís importance. Web Links are the key fundamental thing that ultimately decide the ranking of a site in any search engine results.
Meaning that if a site endeavors to constantly build up on itsí one way links, the webmaster or site owner need never have the nightmare of all their traffic suddenly disappearing or being wiped out because of some change in rules at some leading search engine.
Links Generate More Valuable Traffic Than What You Get From Search Engines
There is nothing that is as valuable as links pointing at your site from other relevant or related topic sites and blogs. The traffic generated from such links will tend to be much more targeted than any traffic you receive from search engines.
In other words, the value of good, relevant links goes beyond search engine rankings and with the correct strategy on links, it will not matter too much what leading search engines do when you have a growing number of links generating healthy traffic to your site.
About the Author: Terry Detty, 42 years old, finds internet marketing his passion. In addition to marketing he enjoys reading history, and occasionaly gets out for a short walk. He generally likes to have his hands occupied.
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