Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Link Popularity + Authority = Credibility On The Web

Gaining traction, exposure and visibility online is not easy. Many factors are at play, and though some superficial aspects do count more than you would think (just like in real life), what it comes down to is the credibility that your site transmits.

Credibility is not something that can be bought overnight, but it is a rare quality that can be achieved by publishing relevant content, by providing complementary point of views and by not pushing products and interruptive advertisements too much in front of your audience eyes.

The more you improve your ability to do the above, the more othe Web sites link back to you. And the more they do so, the more popular and influential (authority) you become.

To learn more about how you can measure popularity, authority and credibility online, I have done my best to bring together the best and most useful resources, methods and techniques you can use to measure your PAC!



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posted by Robin Good on Wednesday, August 11 2004, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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