One-way links are defined as follows: Somebody links to your site (i.e. another site has added your web site link on their site), but you do not link back to them (i.e. you don’t add their site link on your site)

Normally, this is rated the highest by Google, because this suggests that the link is based purely on the quality of the site being linked to. So, if someone links to your site, then this notifies the search engines that your site is of good quality and has good content, and that other people are linking to your site, as they like it very much and want to share the info around the Web. Below are some of the factors involved for one-way links:

  • Directory Submission
  • Social Bookmarking
  • Submission
  • Blog Posting
  • Blog Hosting
  • Article Submission
  • Press Release Submission
  • Forum Posting
  • Footer Links
  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Review Posting
  • RSS Feed Submission
  • CSS Submission
  • Video Submission
  • Profile Creation
  • Link Wheel
  • Social Media Optimization