This term refers to the hyperlinks from another site that point to your site. People also call them simply “links”, referring links, inbound links, or incoming links.
Blog content is any information that is published on a website or blog. This can include articles, videos, images, etc.
Links on a website that lead to pages that no longer exist.
A brand mention is when a company or product is mentioned in the media, either online or offline.
Domain authority is a score that is assigned to a website by Moz. It is a measure of how well a website is likely to rank in search engine results pages (SERPs).
Dofollow links are links that tell search engines to follow them and count them as votes for the linked-to website.
Duplicate content refers to content that is identical or very similar to other content on the internet or the same website.
Links that are editorially placed by humans after a piece is published, as opposed to links that were originally published with the content.
Content that is relevant and useful for a long period of time.
Links from another domain that point to your website.
The entirety of links pointing at a specific website.
Link building is the process of acquiring links from other websites to your own. This is done in order to improve the search engine optimization (SEO) of your website.
A process of exchanging links with other websites.