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Some links from english sites to local non-english site.
Dether




msg:4637071
 12:45 pm on Jan 13, 2014 (gmt 0)

I was wondering, to get some seo power from abroad :) My site is in non-english language. And i'm thinking to get a 30-45% backlinks from sites in other language than my website. What you think guys? Will I help in seo of my site, or will get worse position in my local google?

 

anallawalla




msg:4638535
 10:58 pm on Jan 19, 2014 (gmt 0)

You will probably not get much benefit from foreign language links (and they might not be keen to link to you unless their audience can understand your language), but your question is better asked in our Link Development [webmasterworld.com] section.

lucy24




msg:4638541
 11:47 pm on Jan 19, 2014 (gmt 0)

My site is in non-english language. And i'm thinking to get a 30-45% backlinks from sites in other language than my website.

Meaning, also, other language than English?

Scenario: Your site is in German, targeting a Swiss audience. You've got links from French- and Italian-language sites

:: detour to see whether Romansh has got a language code* ::

also based in Switzerland. (Substitute other language/country sets as appropriate.)

That kind of thing? Or something entirely different?


* After finding four separate codes for Hittite and two for Luwian, I realize this was a silly question.

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