PRLog - Feb. 21, 2014 - SEATTLE -- Whether novice or proficient, SEO companies have a knack of understanding of the relevancy of the back links. The urge to grab the top positions on Google exhorts webmasters to manipulate links to their benefits, such as buying links. Back links are enjoying high prominence in the SEO world, so what would Google's search result would look like if back links are not being instilled into the algorithm? That's form the topic of discussion of the latest video of Google's Matt Cutts. "We don’t have a version like that is exposed to the public, but we have run experiments like that internally, and the quality looks much, much worse. It turns out back links, even though there’s some noise and certainly a lot of spam, for the most part are still really really big win in terms of quality for search results," Cutts said.
Mr. Foyzul Alom Choudhury, Manager, Simpliti, India's leading SEO company in India, said, “Back links are inward links and form an indispensable part of the SEO because high the incoming links, more the chances of your website coming on the top of search index.” Echoing the same stance, Matt Cutts said, "Back link relevance really helps in terms of making sure that we return the best, most relevant, most topical set of search results."
Mr. Choudhury said “When search engines compute the relevancy of the incoming links, they give weightage to quality back links. So we should not merely satisfied with getting inward links because it is the quality of links that really matters.
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