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  1. #1
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    When is the best time to make a link?

    I registered a new site.
    When is it the best time to building backlinks that does not negatively impact SEO?

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    What is a Follow Link?
    To really understand what is going on with follow vs. no follow links, we need to provide a bit of background about how most links work in the realm of SEO. When a site page gets an inbound link, which is a hyperlink pointing to that page, the page gets a small SEO boost. Think of a link as a point, and the more links you have, the more points. More Points = Winning, like Charlie Sheen.

    Google takes note of these points, watching how many inbound links a page has and from what sites. Google figures, hey, if a lot of people are linking to a certain page, it must be a really good page! Let’s give preference in our search engines to that page over others of a similar topic so we can easily deliver the very best pages to our search engine users.

    Google created a metric called PageRank to calculate the link points. Many SEO folks refer to link points as “link juice.” The link juice flows through sites and into new sites through hyperlinks. The more reputable the site, the bigger boost of link juice the linked-to site gets. Getting a link from the New York Times or BBC is pure gold!

    Now we can define a follow link – Follow links are links that count as points, pushing SEO link juice and boosting the page rank of the linked-to sites, helping them go higher in the SERPs as a result.

    What is a No Follow Link?
    A no follow link is a link that does not count as a point in the page’s favor, does not boost PageRank, and doesn’t help a page’s placement in the SERPs. No follow links get no love. Theirs is a sad and lonely life.

    A no follow link is created with the nofollow link HTML tag, which looks like this:

    <a href=”http://www.website.com/” rel=”nofollow”>Link Text</a>

    The nofollow tag is basically a notice sign for search engines saying “don’t count this.”

    Isn’t that just mean and terrible? Why would anyone do such a thing? There’s a reason for the nofollow attribute, and boy is it a good one!

    Want more traffic? Here are 25 Ways to Increase Traffic to Your Website.
    A World Without No Follow = Spamalot
    As we discussed earlier, the natural do follow form of links is used by Google to measure PageRank. More links means more link juice, which results in higher ranking website pages. In its unadulterated state, PageRank exists to see what pages are the most popular (and therefore, likely the best quality pages), and deliver those top pages to searchers.

    Well, ours is an imperfect world, and, as you might have heard, some self-proclaimed SEO “experts” scheme to trick search engines and inflate their rankings using black-hat, unethical methods, and in the times before the nofollow attribute, link-building was an easy way to artificially boost page rankings.

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    There is no such thing! No one creates backlinks at a specific time. Just follow the Guidelines of the google and build links anytime.

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    Gradually increase the backlink rate for your backlink.

  6. #6
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    There is no specific time for creating backlinks for the websites. But, before creating the backlinks one should keep in mind he/she creating the backlink on niche and quality website that positively impacts your SEO campaign.

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    No one creates backlinks at a specific time. Just follow the Guidelines of the google and build links anytime.

  8. #8
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    There's a right way and a wrong way, however, to build links to your site. ... That said, natural, organic link building is a difficult, time-consuming process

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