19 August, 2014, 03:35 AM
Why Rankings Remain After Links Dissappear
Here's another interesting content and its all about "Why rankings remain after links disappear" posted by Rand Fishkin from the Moz blog site. Rand will discuss regarding the link echoes or what he called link ghosts. This is the effect of a link across the rankings and Google's link graph. This is a test over the last six months. Kindly visit this link for your reference and study this interesting content to benefit you in many ways. Link Echoes (a.k.a. Link Ghosts): Why Rankings Remain Even After Links Disappear - Whiteboard Friday - Moz
20 March, 2015, 04:53 AM
One of the more interesting phenomena illustrated by Rand's IMEC Lab project is that of "link echoes," sometimes referred to as "link ghosts." The idea is that if we move a page up in rankings by pointing links to it, and then removethose links, the bump in rankings often remains.
20 March, 2015, 20:29 PM
They really should ban those who constantly copy and paste what they find and then dump on this forum like it is their original idea!
It is theft to do so guy, so quit it!
The line dropped by the thief vikas is from here:
Link Echoes (a.k.a. Link Ghosts): Why Rankings Remain Even After Links Disappear - Whiteboard Friday - Moz
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