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EDU: to Link or not to Link




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The importance of search engine optimization for your website should not be overlooked. If you are promoting any kind of product or service, promotion should be your number one priority. In fact, your number one goal should be to create your website as search engine friendly as possible. There are a number of ways to perform the search engine optimization tasks that are needed. Some would say that link building with .edu sites is an extremely effective way to achieve good search engine rankings.

The importance of link building in SEO

The truth is, search engines pay attention to the number of inbound links a website has. In order to achieve the biggest benefit from this, you will need to obtain a mix of different types of back links. The most important thing to remember is that a search engine will find the highest value in a link from content rich sites that they consider being resourceful. Furthermore, links from irrelevant sites don't often provide any benefits. Also, your back links campaign should appear natural in the eyes of a search engine. For this reason, search engine optimization experts craft their linking strategies to factor in the issues.

Ultimately, the more links your website can achieve, the higher your search engine rankings will be. Furthermore, the websites that you achieve these links from should also be considered. You should be attempting to achieve good quality back links from important sites. Since .gov and .edu sites are deemed important by the search engines, they can be beneficial in your campaigns.

The reason why .edu sites have value is because they are trusted by the search engines. This is because .edu sites is widely known that they are owned by educational institutions. These types of sites are viewed as trustworthy as they tend to offer content that is valuable and honest. Since the aim of most search engine optimization professionals is to create back links from trustworthy websites, it is normal for them to include these educational sites in their campaigns.

Building .edu links may sound ideal, but the truth is it can be quite difficult. Truthfully it is extremely time-consuming seeking out these valuable websites. In fact, you may find yourself using a lot of time that may be put to better use with other back link building strategies. Moreover, even if a relevant educational website is found, it may not allow you to leave a back link. Ultimately, your time may be better spent elsewhere.



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