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    Google giving maximum priority

    Hi,
    Everybody know that google gives priority to back links. More back links you make more profit you get. But can anyone tell me that how could we know that google is giving maximum priority to which back link or for which back links I have got maximum profit.
    Is there any tool or any process to find it. Please Suggest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joy1986joy View Post
    But can anyone tell me that how could we know that google is giving maximum priority to which back link
    Two values that you should quantify are referral traffic and link juice. Referral traffic is self explanatory. Link juice has many factors to consider such as the 'inbound links' to the page, the cached date (how fast the page is crawled & indexed), relevancy and authority. The best way to determine the amount of link juice flowing to your page is to track any increase in rankings on the anchor text. PR is also a measure that you can use as well. But the toolbar isn't very accurate and should always be taken with a grain of salt.

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    referral traffic and link juice
    I vote for referral traffic any day over link juice.

    If you have enough referral traffic from a website (a link on another site is sending you trafffic to your site), then you don't really have to worry too much about link juice, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Two values that you should quantify are referral traffic and link juice. Referral traffic is self explanatory. Link juice has many factors to consider such as the 'inbound links' to the page, the cached date (how fast the page is crawled & indexed), relevancy and authority. The best way to determine the amount of link juice flowing to your page is to track any increase in rankings on the anchor text. PR is also a measure that you can use as well. But the toolbar isn't very accurate and should always be taken with a grain of salt.
    Suppose I have 300 back links. From there how can I know that which are the back links which is giving me maximum profit. Also google is giving priority to which back links??

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    Quote Originally Posted by joy1986joy View Post
    Suppose I have 300 back links. From there how can I know that which are the back links which is giving me maximum profit. Also google is giving priority to which back links??
    There isn't a set formula to determine the value of a back link. The following factors may help rank your back links:

    1) Yahoo site explorer sorts your back links by importance. So that's a good start.
    2) Check for referral traffic.
    3) The relevance of the site/page that your link appears on.
    4) The search positions, traffic, unique visitors of the page that your link appears on.
    5) Crawl rate - what's the last cache date for the page and is the toolbar grayed out?
    6) The authority and quality of the website.
    7) Placement of the backlink i.e. footer, in content, blogroll, link page etc.
    8) The amount of outbound links on the page.
    9) Pagerank

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