It have been a lot of talk about back links last weeks, all very useful but sometimes confuse to me. I have been searching here in WA about information about thing I have been thinking about but can´t find clear and cut about it.

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IMc Premium
The internet is built on links. Without them, there is no internet. Ideally you want owners of sites that are older and more established than yours to see your content and think: "Wow. That's worth linking to, My readers will be interested in it as it's relevant to their interests."

So as others have said you are aiming to do that and get links from sites with more authority than you.

What you don't want is thousands of links from sites which also link to thousands of other sites. Because it's clear that that type of site adds no value to you and wont be relevant to yours. It's also something that a human wouldn't do. As no human is going to build thousands of backlinks to their site manually.

So avoid any cheap services of Fiverr that offer thousands of links to your site.

But if you write some content that you think it great, then try contacting owners of more established sites in your niche and see if they are interested in it and mentioning it in one of their blog posts.

You never know your luck
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Noteboom Premium
Yes, it was that I thought (like I said it´s not bought links but the effect are the same).
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MKearns Premium
You have to strike a medium between quality of site an number of links. Rank both and pick what works best for you.
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Noteboom Premium
True.
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shelstar1 Premium
A few are okay, but too many looks bad to google.
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Noteboom Premium
Yes, it´s true. Thanks.
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jrswab Premium
a lot can get the wrong message to google. It's better to have 2 or 3 backlinks from very strong sites than it is to get 2,000 or 3,000 from low quality sites
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Noteboom Premium
Yes, agree. Just want to be sure it´s sure that my feeling was right. Thanks.
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jrswab Premium
you are quite welcome sir
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