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SEO and Link Building

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by toradrake, Feb 3, 2015.

  1. Luckperson1 New Member

    Luckperson1

    By using Link building we can get more back links to the websites.

     
  2. fastreplies Original Member

    fastreplies

    Original

    Perfect... but what then?

    :confused:

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  3. Luckperson1 New Member

    Luckperson1

    By using link building technique you can get the quality back links for your site.
    Some of the Link building techniques are
    social book mark,
    directory submission,
    blog comments,
    article submission,
    PPT submission,
    Forum submission, etc.

     
  4. Jane Diaz New Member

    Jane Diaz

    One common method is to write guest post for reputable websites in your niche. Here are some tips for the guest posting technique:

    • Don’t look only for websites that have a “write for us” page. The best websites from where you should get links are the ones without these pages.
    • Only write for highly reputable websites in your niche. Don’t waste time to write for websites with domain authority level lower than your site. Your link will have very little value, and you might end up having your link removed without further notice.
    • Write more than one time for each website. Otherwise, it will be obvious you are writing only to build backlinks.
    • Nofollow links are great. Not for SEO, but for traffic and to get more followers on social media.
    • Monitor the links from your guest posts. There are SEO tools to keep track of all your backlinks. Sometimes, webmasters remove or change your links from dofollow to nofollow, and you should know about this.
    • Always link to your social media accounts in the author bio of your articles.
    Hope this helps.

     
  5. Klausm New Member

    Klausm

    Link building has changed a little.
    Earlier when this thread was started it already made a difference wheater the link comes for your niche or from some other source not related to your theme. Now its even more important to have theme related links and need those links from websittes which are not spammy specially google has woken up.

    Spammy are sites which allow links from all classes (niches) Very broadly themed forums have the problem to invite for all niches risking a spam classification.

     
  6. fastreplies Original Member

    fastreplies

    Original

    Nope, not really

    :)

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  7. fastreplies Original Member

    fastreplies

    Original

    For me the problem is not where links are coming from but what your site have to offer.

    :)

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