Here are some lists of backlink data from random websites. You can download this list of backlinks and use them to help you understand and help you do link building for your website.
Building links is one of the most important when doing SEO. SEO consists of Onpage and Offpage SEO and link building is part of off page SEO.
Search engines like Google see backlinks as a trust rating. In general, the more votes your web pages have, the more likely they are to rank for relevant search queries.
How do we know? We have studied several link-based ranking factors on several occasions and have always found the same thing: the number of backlinks from unique (referring domain) websites is strongly correlated with organic search traffic.
Google places more value on relevant backlinks because people are more likely to click on it. This is something they talked about in their “reasonable surfer” patent.
Backlinks from strong web pages usually transfer more “authority” than those from the weak. Page-level authority is something we’ve learned a number of times, and we’ve found a clear connection between that and organic traffic.
Generating backlinks is an important component of off-site SEO. The process of obtaining this link is known as link generator or link generation or link building.
Some backlinks are inherently more valuable than others. Backlinks that are followed from trusted, popular, and high-power sites are considered the most desirable backlinks, while backlinks from sites with low authority and potential spam are usually at the other end of the spectrum. Whether links are followed or not (i.e. whether the site owner specifically instructs search engines to pass, or does not pass, link equity) is certainly relevant, but does not completely ignore the value of nofollow links. Even just being mentioned on a high-quality website can give a boost to your brand.