backlink

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backlink

A hyperlink on another website that points to your website. Backlinks are used to determine the ranking of a website, because the more links pointing to it (the more backlinks), the more popular. Google uses backlinks to compute its results page ranking (PageRank) by going several levels back. For example, a site with 1,000 backlinks is popular, but if thousands of sites link to all the sites with the backlinks, then the backlinks to the target site have even more value. See link popularity checker and Google.
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The two words are often used when an inlink need not be differentiated from an outlink.
Appendix C: List of Actors in the Network Rank * Inlink URL Owner 1 24 invandreraadgiv The Danish ningen.
This parallels the idea of using Web inlink count as a measure of Web Impact Factor (Ingwersen, 1998).
VIVA has selected the company's Data Clearing House for GSM (DCH), Financial Clearing House for GSM (FCH), Roaming Management Services (RMS), Syniverse DataNet NRTRDE solution, SS7 Signaling Transport a[euro]" INLink, SCCP Gateway and MMS Interworking Gateway (MMS-IG).
Firstly, internal links among Wikipedia articles are used to find inlinks and outlinks of concept e.
The purpose of this research is to identify a possible connection between the financial variables and the inlinks received by companies in different economic sectors.
Los RI pueden estar agrupados en directorios de repositorios, los mas referenciados de acuerdo con los enlaces entrantes o inlinks, segun Majestic SEO (Majestic, 2013) y ahrefs (Ahrefs, 2013), son: Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR, 2013) con 2265 repositorios registrados, Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR, 2013) con 3377 repositorios registrados y University of Illinois OAI-PMH Data Provider Registry (UIUC, 2013) con 2968 repositorios (datos tomados el 20 de marzo del 2013).
Because an online journal has many inlinks and has many references in Google Scholar, it helps promoting the ranking.
The WIF as a useful measure of the overall influence of a web site, using the backlinks or inlinks (links coming into a site from other sites) to the web site, has been proposed independently by two bibliometric researchers.