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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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.
Quantity assumption: In the Web graph model, if a Web page node receives more inlinks directed from other Web pages, the page is presumed to be more important.
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.
The graphical issue network map with inlinks (received links) and outlinks (sent links) can be found in Appendix B.
The Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, also known as Ranking Web of World Universities, is ranking system for the world's universities based on a composite indicator that takes into account both the volume of the Web contents (number of web pages and files) and the visibility and impact of these web publications according to the number of external inlinks (site citations) they received.
s "linkdomain" instead of the "link" query term and omitted the "www" part of the URL in order to capture all inlinks to the Cisco domain including all subdomains.
They are: Size of the institutional domain, counting for 25% of the ranking formula, visibility expressed in number of external inlinks (50%), number of files deemed to be of academic material (15%), and Google Scholar site count (15%).
The Pages button tells you how many Web pages have been discovered by Yahoo, and the Inlinks button tells you how many Web pages are pointing to this domain name.
Even of higher order the sociocognitive relevance (Cosijn and Ingwersen, 2000) is quite objective and signifies the temporal evaluations of information objects by actors, such as represented by scientific citations, quotations, inlinks or simply mentioning in objects.