WebPage Credibility

WebPage Credibility

What is a webpage? A webpage is a single web page which consists of text, image and or videos in which can but doesn’t have to be connected to multiple pages. A connection is made by a link.

Imagine a spider web, your single webpage would be in the middle of the web and the outer web would be the web pages in which were connected to that single page (by links). In a perfect internet the web only consist of inbound links related to that single webpage.

Inbound links are links in which are coming from one location to another.

To understand how the internet works think of how people’s credibility works in real life. A person in real life gives creditably by telling another person how good of a job that person did. The internet works the same way, so if a lot of people recommend you (by linking to you) you will gain search engine credibility in turn gives you higher ranking.

Things to know..
Understand that some websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Myspace have “No Follow” links. This means that Search Engines will not give you credit from this website or any website that has a no follow attribute within their outbound links.

Paying for link credibility may not be the solution your looking for. As search engine algorithms have evolved they have gotten much smarter. This means finding cheaters, malicious results and things of the sort have been more and more of an absolute thing rather then a coin toss. It wouldn’t be in your best interest to put your self in any of those categories especially if your paying for it, right? Right. So do it the time consuming and painful way, the right way.

What is the right way?
The right way is by contacting other webmasters who are in the same field as your website is. For example, if your a hobby shop you should look for Hobby shop review websites or website in which look for new hobbies to get into for fun. Anything related (try not to go to far away from the main idea).
Second would would be to spread the word, use social media networking sites, try and stay in tune with the ones that matter. Currently as I write this (Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Digg, Instagr.am) are the important ones. New social media sites tend to explode up from the dark abyss overnight; look out for them.
Third but not final method would be to get organic listings, like Social media websites search engines are popping up like pop corn. Writing blogs, making videos and being creative when it comes to getting your name out are the fundamental foundations of successful website, oh and let me also point out consistency. It WILL be slow at first, it may take six months before you start to see a shift in traffic, sales, comments or whatever your looking to get out of exposing your website.  Do NOT give up, it is a painful process but surely pays off for those who tough it out and stick to their original plan; to get found.

 

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