Link building is a critical part of any link building campaign. It’s important to make sure that your link profile has been built up appropriately and you have done everything possible for your site to rank well in search engines. This post will cover the following link building strategies:
- link lifting website
- link sharing
- blog commenting
- guest blogging
- link prospecting
- link bait
- link networks
- directories and link exchanges
This blog post provides an overview of all the popular link building strategies you can try in your SEO campaign. Link building or off-Page SEO is a time consuming process, but often leads to better rankings for both search engines as well as conversion rates for websites. The different approaches covered here will help you get started with link building on a large scale or start from scratch with more specific campaigns that are tailored to your needs! If you have any questions about how these strategies work please ask them below so we can make this tutorial even more complete and helpful! Let’s go through each strategy now:
Link Lifting Websites – There are hundreds of link lifting sites that offer a link exchange service. The link is usually displayed as an image on the site and many times you are required to link back to them in order to get your link placed. These links, even if they’re “no follow” will be counted by search engines as there’s no way for Google or Bing to know which links should count or not because of how these types of websites work.
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Link Sharing – Link sharing can include emailing articles with embedded links, mentioning websites (with their ids) while posting questions on forums, referring friends/colleagues into offering their services through your referral link etc., all sharers gain from another person linking up with them!
Blog Commenting – Blog commenting is one of the most popular link building strategies. Blog commenting is when a blog author or blogger’s website has an open comment area for visitors, which you can use to leave your own link in one way or another
Guest Blogging – Guest blogging is when someone posts on another site and that post includes links back to their sites. This strategy is best done with high quality content that builds up a person’s expertise/authority as it helps generate more traffic from readers coming to read other people’s articles
Link Prospecting – When link prospecting, you’re looking at competitors’ websites in order to see what type of link they might have (image, text) as well as how many links are pointing towards them – Link Bait – Link bait is a link that’s often used to get others to link back. It could be an article with lots of text, images and videos
Link Networks – A link network is when you enter into agreements with other websites so they can link up together in order for all the links on each site to count as well.
Directories and Link Exchanges – This just means linking your website or blog post onto directories/sites where people are looking for relevant content that may include their own sites
We hope this guide has been helpful! Remember, link building is a time consuming process and often leads to better rankings for both search engines as well as conversion rates for websites. The different approaches covered here will help you get started with link building on a large scale or start from scratch with more specific campaigns that are tailored to your needs!