The Value of a Link (or Why The Link Building Does Not Work Well)

At the dawn of the Web, when still almost nobody had a page, and when there were no blogs, the link served to make a reference to another document. At that time it was called hyperlink (hyperlink or hyperlink in Spanish), but it soon lost the prefix “hyper”. Simply, and without major implications, the links completed the content of a website with suggestions for content that could or could not be part of the web. This was told by Tim Berners-Lee with very good judgment in the year 1997 (if you love the history of the web, click on the previous link because you will enjoy), what has been the prehistory, almost, of the current Internet.

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