what is difference between inbound and outbound link

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hello all

i have to need the help for what is difference between inbound and outbound link :roll:
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devat wrote:
hello all

i have to need the help for what is difference between inbound and outbound link :roll:

Please check the source
http://www.pagerank-prediction.com/inbound_and_outbound_links.html
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Inbound links are those links pointing to your site while outbound links are link s from your site pointing to other site.
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An inbound link is a hyperlink transiting domains.inbound links are being weighed against link popularity and originating context.An outbound link is any link from one document to another document.Outbound links are created using text links or images.
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Hi friends,

Inbound Link:

An inbound link is a hyperlink transiting domains. Links are inbound from the perspective of the link target, and conversely, outbound from the perspective of the originator.

Outbound Link:

Since PageRank is based on the linking structure of the whole web, it is inescapable that if the inbound links of a page influence its PageRank, its outbound links do also have some impact.
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inbound links is the hyperlink from other site while inbound link is the link within your site.
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1. Inbound links, those pointing to a site, affect ranking differently than those that leave it. Whereas Outbound link is a link to a site outside of your site.

2. Inbound links are one way to increase a site's total PageRank whereas Outbound links are a drain on a site's total PageRank.
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inbound are links pointing to your site while outbound are pointing to external source....
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Inbound Links are those links from other sites that are pointing to your site.

Outbound links (reverse definition of inbound links). Links on your site pointing to others...
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Inbound Links are links from other sites pointing to your site while Outbound links are links from your site pointing to the other sites.
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root word, "in" for incoming, and "out" for outgoing.
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inbound link also know as incoming link or back link :)

and outbound link, is link came out from your site.
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Inbound links means how much your site is liked by other sites or how no of links of your site present in other site.

Outbound links are links liked by you.

For higher rankings in search engine, you must always try to get one way inbound links
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Ibound Links:

Two sites A and B
Links comming from B to A is Inbound Links
A<----B Inbound
Links going from A to B is called Out bound links

A----->B Out bound

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