I had a few takeaways: Link building has evolved and become more marketing-centric. I noticed that all of the respondents - regardless of which side of the debate they were on - focused on the value of linking, from a variety of perspectives. The prospect of qualified referral traffic – and potential conversions – seems to be a common benefit highlighted by experts in favor of relevance. Many experts have concluded that links from trusted and authoritative sites have the greatest impact on search rankings. There is no definitive answer
one way or the other; Assessing link prospects should be done on a case-by-case basis. Factors such as the level of competition, what you're promoting for links, what links you already have in your backlink profile, etc., all play a role in deciding which links to jewelry retouching service pursue. We have a great, open-minded industry where people are willing to take time out of their busy days to answer hypothetical questions and debate philosophy because they're invested in fostering an informed community. Thanks Finally,
I would like to thank everyone who answered my question. I know this is a complex issue and I appreciate how candid people were with their thoughts and opinions. The topic of relevance versus authority remains an integral part of link building, and I hope this article continues to move the debate forward. I'd like to continue the discussion on Twitter and you can tweet me here. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily of Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here.