For years, we've heard the drumbeat that marketers should stop focusing on links. While it's certainly true that marketers should avoid manipulative link building, the popular narrative would have us believe that external links aren't important in Google's ranking algorithms, and that link building can be safely ignored. Is there any truth to this? Does data support the notion that you can successfully rank in Google search results without links?
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