Backlinking Citations: Is this a "Thing"?

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Just sitting here at my desk atm, thinking, pondering, theorizing and now "spitballing". I wonder if there would be any value to backlinking citations. At this point in my guesswork, I think the question boils down to, whether or not citations have a "set value" to Google, no matter what their backlink profile might look like, or if that value can change based on what other sites are linking to them. After that, the obvious question is whether or not this might be "risky", and whether or not it might be considered a greyhat or blackhat technique. But mostly I'd like to keep it in the theoretical if possible.
 

Yan Gilbert

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I do think it is important. Some businesses I have worked on have a low % of citations indexed. The value of each one might be low, so it is difficult to justify the time to spend trying to get it indexed however.

Spamming a cheap link service to the citation might work to get it indexed, depending on the quality of that service. I don't think that it would harm the site since it is a secondary link. Blackhatters probably have robust know more about tiered backlink strategies however.
 
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Thanks the first thing I learned is that at some citations aren't even indexed, which is new news to me. So it seems getting them at least past that threshold is important. I have to read more...
 

mattheffner

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Yes it's definitely a thing. Chaz Edwards Web20 Ranker has some interesting info on doing this. Haven't tried it myself.
 

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