We all want high authority links. Including me! But if the link is of low relevance, it may not count at all. Better to take advantage of a relevant link, even if it comes Shadow Making from an inferior source. - - Cyrus Shepard , CyrusShepard.com Relevant sites have growth potential Some of our other experts who took a relevance-focused approach pointed out that relevant sites with low authority still have the potential to become more authoritative over time. I had to choose, I would Shadow Making vote for greater relevance. Your authority will be constantly on the move - just because you have low authority now doesn't mean it will always be that way (e.g. consider a new site that builds reputation). High relevance is a better customer experience and is more likely to stay consistent. - - Erin Everhart.
The Home Depot you asked me that question a few years ago, I would have a more absolute answer. But today, I want relevance and would accept a lower Shadow Making authority link, as long as we're not talking about a spammy om personal experience, I have found that the right answer to this question comes mostly from the competitive landscape. You need to know what kind of resources refer to the pages you want to compete with in SERPS. Based on this data, you can Shadow Making make the right decision. However, I prefer to vote for a link with the correct anchor text and high authority sites usually don't allow that. - - Alexandra Tachalova , AlexTachalova Total number of respondents choosing relevance: 13 Final Thoughts
However, I prefer to vote for a link with the correct anchor text and high authority sites usually don't allow that. - - Alexandra Tachalova , AlexTachalova.com Total number of respondents choosing relevance: 13 Final Thoughts That puts an end to people who have Shadow Making spoken on the side of relevance. In part 2, I share some thoughts from the experts who chose the high authority, low relevance link. And in the third part, I speak with those who think it depends Shadow Making on the situation. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily of Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed her.