• SEMrush Backlinks Referring Domains Report
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    SEMrush Backlinks Referring Domains Report

    Are you a Marketing Manger that’s ever wondered where your competitors get their referral traffic? The SEMrush backlinks referring domains report can give you the ability to see that specific information. With this information you will be able to see which domains your competitors are linking back to in order to gain a better understanding of what content your target audience is engaging with. This report will also tell you how many different domains are sending backlinks to a queried site. You can see the number of backlinks each site is sending. And you can also see how to filter out each domain. These referring domains can be broken down…

  • If I have 20 domains, should I link them all together?
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    If I have 20 domains, should I link them all together?

    MATT CUTTS: Today’s question comes from South Africa. And the question is, “Should a customer with 20 domain names link it all together or not, and if he links it, should he add nofollow to the links not to pass PageRank?” So we were talking about this question before we started recording. And we said, well, first off, why do you have 20 domain names? If it’s all cheap online casinos or medical malpractice in Ohio, that sort of stuff, having 20 domain names there can look pretty spammy, and I probably would not link them all together. On the other hand, if you have 20 domain names and they’re…

  • Can a purchased domain’s history affect its trust in Google?
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    Can a purchased domain’s history affect its trust in Google?

    >>Today’s question comes from Dave Shuts in Yorkshire, England. Dave wants to know, “I bought a domain 7 months ago. The website I put on it still doesn’t show up in the search engine result pages. Since 2000, it’s had different owners – used by a company in Oz. It’s then served ads, then “for sale” with a company for four-ish years. Will it have trust issues in Google?” Well Dave, I think the answer to your question is yes. In general, if you’ve had a domain for 7 months and you search for that domain, maybe even the exact URL like www.example.com and it doesn’t show up in Google…