Definition of backlink in English:

backlink

Line breaks: back|link
Pronunciation: /ˈbaklɪŋk
 
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noun

Computing
  • An incoming hyperlink from one web page to another website: the more backlinks you have pointing back to your site, the more popular it will be one single article can result in hundreds of quality backlinks
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    • Normally, as publishers and website owners can grab your article to use, each article directory site you submit it to can result in 10 - 20 backlinks almost immediately.
    • Weblog posts often contain more metadata than a typical web page, things like date and time of publication, categories, backlinks, etc.
    • These link searches can help you identify link opportunities from other websites' (such as competitors) backlinks.

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