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quality Vs relevency



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marky
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quality Vs relevency  Reply with quote  

hello

whats batter Quality link or relevant link.

Is There i want To say :

Quality Link : where we only check the Quality of site Not the relevancy (it's relevant for my site or not)

Relevant Link : there I check the relevancy whenever site is quality site or not.

Please suggest me about that

marky


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Post Thu Nov 20, 2008 12:11 pm
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Arvindsharma
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sorry mike ,

I cant understand wt u want to know ...
please explain..


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Vasili
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Set REAL Priorities Based On Core Values!  Reply with quote  

It is the RELEVANCY that determines the core QUALITY of a link .... it does no good to link to a site that does not "contribute" to the relevance-building between sites whatsoever, and worse, if you link to a site that you think has great PR but is more than 30% irrelevant to yours, your site will be de-valued accordingly despite the superior core values you have so carefully crafted!

A "quality" link is one that is more respective of the core values of each website (Content, build, relevance) and not exclusively nor myopically focused on a fluid and inconsistent metric like Page Rank that can change overnight due to the current Consumer trends and practices (in other words, Search Customers drive the PR business, due to their shifting keyed entries in Search, which as we know, can be instantly influenced).


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dburdon
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Link Quality  Reply with quote  

Vasili,

the absolute value of a link is whether it has been crawled and indexed by Google. The more recent the better. Many offers of a link exchange are from pages that have no Google cache date. Therefore zero value.
I'd suggest that anchor text is the next most important aspect.


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Post Mon Nov 24, 2008 10:06 am
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robertsmith
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hi;
Relevant means on which page you are getting link that should be related to your theme not related whole site according to your theme while quality link means whole site should match to your theme.


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hi,
i think relevancy is the part of Quality links, so for qulity link, relvancy is important. so do both quality with relevancy.....

Thanks!


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Post Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:15 am
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I think Quality and relevancy are both the same, the thing is it Quantity or Quality optimization?....Mr. Green


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Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 8:55 am
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for me its the quality. for ur site.
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hi

both are related to each other but you have good relevant link then you will get more traffic


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I think both are important but sometimes it depends upon the requirement also so can vary among quality and relevancy


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krish
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quote:
Originally posted by Jenniferlinn
I think both are important but sometimes it depends upon the requirement also so can vary among quality and relevancy


nice tips please describe me which type of requirement!!!! i think if you tell about quality links relevancy is the most important, if you link is not relevant then it's not a quality link!!!


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Post Wed Mar 18, 2009 3:35 pm
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If quality is concerned than one must go with a textual based link building where content supports you to complement the quality with the relevancy. Because links from that page has:
1. Your relevant subject or title for that particular content.
2. That content is talking about you(about your link placed their)
3. Search engine assume that references(your links) has been given after the content has been posted.

So this all looks like human edited mania and more efforts putting, which valued much more than any other kind of link building. Cool Cool


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Quality is far better than the quantity.


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Post Mon May 11, 2009 5:50 am
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seo1
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quote:
Originally posted by angelinalove
Quality is far better than the quantity.

Exactly i agree go quality with relevancy!!!


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Vasili
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Re: Link Quality  Reply with quote  

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Originally posted by dburdon
Vasili,

the absolute value of a link is whether it has been crawled and indexed by Google. The more recent the better. Many offers of a link exchange are from pages that have no Google cache date. Therefore zero value.
I'd suggest that anchor text is the next most important aspect.

Where do you get this stuff??? No

The only links that do not eventually get cached/evaluated/"indexed" by Google are those within a Dynamic Menu or based in Flash!!!

Every site is automatically spidered at least once every 28-35 days, so what you think you are "sharing" must be based on what you do not really know.

One of the most core elements of building relevancy ... and we're talking abut Page and Site Relevancy completely here ... is accuracy, which as you focused on rests on continuity of good Content (making sure your page text accurately "anchors" your Key phrasing), H-META, Page META (Page Title, KW, Description, etc.) and interior linking all properly formatted and that these elements share the true continuity (relevance) in a balanced and transparent manner.

When it comes to the original question of "Quality vs. Relevancy" with regard to links, your post contribuites nothing more than exposing your misunderstanding of relevancy construct altogether: I posted that in my professional opinion focusing on the relevancy of a link should be the first concern, as this single aspect helps to ascertain the "quality" of that link ever since the Google shift of Oct. '08 which diminished most core META and PR valuations that people were unfairly tweaking, leaving more emphasis and import on the "Build" first (using the Perfect Page Model) followed by "Content" to then create a "Relevancy" value first upon the site page to page, and then with regard to the WWW itself >> thus the issue of LINKS (and specifically in this thread and elsewhere when referring to SEO aspects, INBOUND LINKS).

To make a long story short, it makes no sense for a highly positioned shoe store to share links with a dentist, despite the wonderful richness of the content and SE regarded resources. This is the quandry: which site has better "quality" links if the sites are not relevant???
It is better to link with sites that are similarly focused, and not disparate in position, lest the better postioned site be devalued itself (even if in this example the lesser positioned site has greater depth of Content and other contributable values).

Links needing to be more recent ..... that was a good one!
Patience alone will allow the links to be spidered in a reasonable time, but they will not "contribute" if the site itself is poorly built, lacks continuity and relevance, and is lopsided when it comes to "optimization schemes" being so transparent they are boderline Black Hat.

You may have far more posts in this Forum than I, but in the same vein as this thread, I suggest the real issue is the "quality" of those posts that is most important!


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