How does google check the Quality of hyperlink in a content or article?

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  1. Anupama Raikar

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    Google checks the Quantity of a website by looking at the number of href and src tags in the html page of our content. Then how does google check the Quality of a hyperlink placed in the content??.. I mean on what criteria google robot does quality check of a hyperlink in a content or article??
     
  2. Nitesh Jaiswar

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    Basically, the content of the website, blog or any article contains text that are hyperlinked just to promote a website by placing the URL in that text. This is the best technique to promote a website worldwide. Google crawls the hyperlinking text by analyzing the website URL and checking whether it contains quality info in it and it is of high authority or not.
     
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    If you have placed hyperlink in the quality content which relates to your niche and if the hyperlink does not look like forcefully stuffed in the content then there are pretty chances that like will be considered valuable.
     
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    Well the answer could be lurking behind the "Frequency and Relevancy" of the anchor text to the main content. The word quality with no distinctive meaning can be so broad. But generally, the frequency of using an anchor text and its relevancy counts. For example, if you are optimizing for a car buy and sell website, contextual links pointing to that site should have a relevant anchor text, and is not being mentioned so many times.
     

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