Improving your SEO in context of links

Most of the people now-a-says have some or the other problem with their websites. Either they feel that the linking on their website is of low-quality because of the attempts of their competitor’s to harm their image or may be it is so intentionally. All in all, they need to get it resolved. You must always have a specific set of rules to help you grasp exactly how you can deal with this problem. These rules might be all-inclusive but they will still see to it that your SEO is greatly improved in terms of your site’s link profile. Let us have a look at some of these: 1. Link to root domains ratio You must ensure that this ratio is always as low as it possibly can be. Though there is no ideal number, you must try to aim for the lowest possible for your website. If you have a writer who writes to a reputed site on a regular basis, then might actually be the only reason for which you must have a high number of links from that one site. But, even then, you must check that all the rules associated with quality are met. 2. Page Authority and Domain Authority If you have certain articles that have minimum domain authority and also minimum page authority, you must remember that you cannot trust these numbers. These are no basis for developing the relevance, address quality or trust. They are also suspected (highly) to be indicators. 3. Bad links You must provide standard guidelines meant for identifying bad links. There must be a thorough review of all the inbound links. This is important in the evaluation of which links should be considered harmful (thereby unacceptable by Google) and which shouldn’t be. This step might be executed perfectly but it is still thought to help in identification of egregious links. 4. Problematic links You must set parameters for analyzing which link can turn out to be problematic. Some of the tells are: a) If the link is originating from a website meant solely for providing SEO links. b) If the origin site looks to be of poor quality. c) If the content of the site is not of good quality d) If you feel that the site is of absolutely no relevance to your market e) If you notice that the provided links are not in the main content of the site’s page f) If you realize that the origin site’s name has SEO or LINK incorporated in it g) It is good only if the title of the page is of relevance to your market h) If you feel that the domain name of the site looks odd (not of the general URL format) i) If the country of the domain is one that is not included in your market scope j) If you see that the link is on a profile page of a forum and there are chances of it being put up there by your SEO vendor k) If the website is actually a directory that has numerous links too infinite pages that are of no relevance to your market l) If the site is a directory and has data with keywords that make almost zero sense.