Google’s fresh link filter discussion on SEO Radio
Google’s alleged fresh link filter is on the minds of many website owners and search engine optimization professionals. If indeed, Google is filtering new links into web pages, and not providing full link popularity transfer, then SEO is a whole new ballgame.
In summary, the fresh link filter is all about new incoming links not sending all of their link power at once. According to the theory, a link’s Google Juice is partially held back, and then released more and more as the inbound link ages.
New links become more valuable over time, meaning that older established links to a web page are much more valuable.
The radio show starts at 12:00 noon Eastern Time, 11:00 am Central Time, and 9:00 am Pacific Time.
As the show’s special guest, I will be discussing fresh links, the Google Sandbox theory, and other related and often seemingly contradictory aspects of the much talked about Google patent application.
As a website owner or blogger, you will want to know how Google evaluates your newly acquired inbound links with the Link Dampening Filter.
If you have a brand new blog or website, that has just gone live on the internet, you’ll want to know about the Google Sandbox theory.
My mission and my goal, is to put even complex SEO theories into plain English, so we can all understand them. By sharing knowledge and understanding we all benefit.
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