Backdooring authoritative content for backlinks

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Discussion of the idea behind gaining backlinks from authoritative content in a non direct way.

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Backdooring authoritative content for backlinks

  1. 1. HYPERLINK " http://www.seobocaraton.com/seoblog/post/Backdooring-Authoritative-Content-For-Backlinks.aspx" Backdooring Authoritative Content For Backlinks<br />righttopI have been doing research into the identification of authoritative content, specifically how to algorithmically identify such content so that at least in part the process could be automated or productized for the culling of information or the identification of authoritative sources for the purposes of identifying possible backlink targets.<br />While doing my research I came upon Google Scholar, to be honest I rarely use it other than keeping track of Google search patents. Today for some reason a light bulb came on when I realized that Google ranks (at least in part) these documents on the count of authority citations that the document in question receives from other authoritative documents on the same subject.<br />Google Scholar allows for all types of documents to be included in the results, including PDF, HTML and Books, so my theory is thus: If you can produce a high quality report or document that cites a Google Scholar document, your document in turn could be found by Google and added as a citation to the original. In addition this type of backlink by association method could also be used to obtain backlinks (although nofollow’ed) from high authority sites such as Wikipedia.<br />Testing will definitely be needed to confirm or deny this theory and of course your document must be of high enough quality to begin with to be assigned a citation reference, also more research on my behalf will be needed to ascertain what is needed to be included in Google Scholar in the first place.<br />

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