Why my website's back links are ranked better than my website?

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Last week I created some good back links for my website's internal page.
Today I checked the keywords ranking so I found my two backlinks are in #20 or #23 positions and my website page is in #32 position.
Can anybody tell me why is this happening?
#back #links #ranked #website
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  • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
    Sure... the search engines can tell you... but they won't. Everyone else is just guessing.
    If you knew what I know you'd be doing what I do...
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    First off, if you "created" the backlinks, chances are, they are pretty worthless ones unless you did it on your own PBN.

    I'm not sure what you mean by the "backlinks rank better than the website". Google doesn't rank websites, they rank individual web pages, so the premise of your question is wrong to begin with. If you are saying the pages with the links rank better than the pages they are linking to, those sites' pages clearly have better authority than yours does.
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  • Profile picture of the author james33
    Most important thing is that, if the same title and content has been published by other top ranked website, then surely google will prefer that top ranekd website page to be shown in top results rather than yours, that's all about ranking, and you can increase ranking of your website with low searches keywords, because high rank keyword is not for low rank website
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  • Profile picture of the author dmrson
    Strange. Have you considered swapping the page (i.e. inserting your landing page on one of the backlink pages since it's ranked higher)?
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    You may need to start seeking out a better back linking strategy.
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  • You need to consider a lot of factors like the domain authority, page authority, the content quality of the page, the number of backlinks to the page, etc. These are a few of the many factors that search engines use to rank websites. You need to improve the page you are building your banklinks to in terms of onsite optimization. Focus on quality content, not just building links to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author tanya james
    Does back links really help in boosting our websites. Pls inbox with your valuable suggestions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mehrdad Ali
    i think, a higher rank will have a bigger effect -- in fact, you can see that the average rank change for a page that got a link from a site with a DA below 25 actually dropped after 13 weeks, then recovered to barely two ranks up.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    You suck at SEO; the owners of the sites you created your backlinks from do not.
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