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Hi, Phil from Berlin..
Backlinks are not an extreme foreground topic for SEO 2020. If you value a good Google ranking but have little or no SEO expertise yourself and do not intend to pull new SEO knowledge from the Internet and press specialist literature into the brain like I do every day … then my first advice would be to do so at least start to read the Google guidelines. And in my opinion, every entrepreneur would do well to become familiar with the 10 Google basic rules. It’s really not fun. This is important and easy to do without having specialist knowledge. Finally, a small representation of my everyday work and the avoidable efficiency backlinks in Here I report real SEO according to the current standard (i.e. real SEO according to the latest regulations, technical) – because I have to deal with such nonsense permanently. A website that has, for example, 500,000 backlinks but the meta data is incorrect or completely missing – such a page cannot rank. Technically impossible. Whereas another website with zero backlinks,
Good page structure in the source code
and where the H1, H2, H3 etc. are not missing, meta data have been stored and at best the serps make sense – I will rank you one page without backlinks. Backlinks are not bad – nice to have … but by no means must have. Where is something like that. At no point does Google need backlinks from website operators to rank. This is a somewhat outdated SEO trick but will lose its effect in the foreseeable future. And I again emphasize wrong linking or illegal link building is SEO Harakiri and is guaranteed not to lead to the goal. Google has such nonsense and reacts violently to something. To inform Google guidelines but to want to rank well on Google … sounds silly only to me or is it the same with others.