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  1. More Backlinks = Higher Rankings

    If you’re a regular reader of my blog then you’ll know that I’m a
    huge proponent of link building. As the data shows, this is one of the biggest factors associated with earning higher rankings in Google, and this is definitely what I’ve seen to be the case from my experience in running successful SEO campaigns.

    The chart quite clearly shows a gradual increase in the number of backlinks that
    a webpage has as you move higher up page 1 of Google.

    One of the traps that I often see people fall into is falling for the “create great content and you’ll rank” line that gets thrown about all too
    often. Great content isn’t enough.

    The long and short of it is: if you don’t have backlinks, you’re
    not going to rank.

  2. The Number of Referring Domains Has a Very Strong Influence on Rankings

    You may have heard that getting backlinks from the same domain has diminishing returns.

    In other words, it’s better to get 10 links from 10 different sites than 10 links
    from the same domain.

    According to our analysis, this appears to be the case.
    We found that domain diversity has a substantial
    impact on rankings.

    Google wants to see several different sites endorsing your page.
    And the more domains that link to you, the more endorsements you
    have in the eyes of Google.

    In fact, the number of unique referring domains was
    the strongest correlation in our entire study.

    Key Takeaway: Getting links from a diverse group of domains is extrem

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