Matt Cutts: Excluding backlink relevancy resulted in “much worse” search quality
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Backlinks are a biggest part of Google algorithm. But due to rapid different algorithm updates by Google Blogs and websites are getting penalty time to time. So many Blogger has stopped making Backlinks different ways. But recently Google’s Matt Cutts released a video in response to a question by BlueBumbleBee, Colchester, UK.
Does the big G have a version of the search engine that totally excludes any backlink relevancy? I’m wondering what search would look like and am curious to try it out.
According to Matt Cutts, there is no any public version of the search engine that excludes backlink relevancy. Matt cuts and his team already rung an internal test for seeing the result that without relevant backlinks what would happen on search engine? Finally they have concluded that excluding backlink relevancy resulted in “much worse” search quality.
“It turns out backlinks, even though there’s some noise and certainly a lot of spam, for the most part are still a really, really big win in terms of quality for search results,”
This means if your site get most relevant backlinks then it get top position on search engine. Because Backlink relevancy is a big win for any site in search quality. So if you are trying to build backlink then don’t try to get from those site which is from other niche. There are many videos released time to time by Matt cutts that how Google penalize different site for creating Backlinks inappropriate way. Though Google algorithm is always changing so everybody should know how we can build backlink safest way without erroneous practice that violate Google’s terms.