The Shotgun Skyscraper Blueprint

The Shotgun Skyscraper Blueprint

The Shotgun Skyscraper Blueprint

When Google launched and invented its pagerank algorithm in 1996 , it relied on link popularity to decide which pages should rank on top of the search results.
A quarter of a century later, after running our own internal research on 1.1 million search results and getting feedback from our peers, we all agree.
Nothing has changed.
Despite a number of complex new algorithm layers, the emergence of AI and all sorts of other innovations. Google still relies on link popularity more than any other ranking factor to know where it should rank a page on it’s search results.
In short, [b]if you want to rank for competitive terms that bring monetizable traffic, you need links.
No matter what the latest fad or gurus tells you.
But Building High Quality Links is F*cking Tough

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