Do Unlinked Citations Directly Benefit Sites In Google?

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Posted 6 years.

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  • Matt Morgan - 6 years ago

    I believe citations, without hyper-linking, will help your rankings. There is a video on our blog (http://optimizehere.co/blog/search-engine-optimization/matt-morgans-2013-website-optimization-seo-guide/) by Rand Fishkin of Moz where he explains how anchor text is dying and co-occurance might be replacing links.

  • Aditya - 6 years ago

    Yes citation in big websites like WSJ or NYTIMES does help in seo ranking in Google directly. If you are cited frequently for a particular topic or industry then Google considers you as an authority for that topic or industry and starts ranking you better for keywords related to those topics.

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