Sunday, March 20, 2016

5 Tips To Better Links Building

I assume you may have better and many other things to do, so my link building advice is very simple:

 In the early days, Alot of Google rankings were almost entirely based on your “link popularity”, and a link from Yahoo was the most coveted commodity in website promotion.


 Even today, the major value of listing in other search engines and recognized old websites buys you some credibility on Google.
 
Some people even devote most of their time online to getting links.

So here are some tips below.


1) If you come across a website that you think would be useful to your visitors, add a link to them.

I have a links of interest page, where I do this. You are making the web more useful to your visitors, and the good karma can't hurt.

2) If you really, honestly think that the site you just linked to would similarly be improved if it had a link to your site, then email the site owner and suggest it.

 Tell him that you have linked to his site, and that regardless of what he decides, you will continue to do so, because you think his site is useful.

The cute thing here is that by explicitly saying this, he'll give your request extra consideration.

3) If you happen to find a site that would be improved by a link to your site, even though a reciprocal link would not be appropriate, email and suggest it.

4) Make all your emails personal, and make sure they demonstrate that you've clearly spent time on their site.

5) The key to successful link building is always, above all, put other people's interests (your users, and the other site owners) above your own.

That helps ensure you get good links (and bad links are worse than no links!)

Have a nice day.

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