With links as one of the top search engine ranking factors, many businesses and bloggers invest their time and effort in acquiring links from blogs and websites relevant to their industry.
It’s all in the link – that’s what I always say. Just enough quantity with the right quality. The perfect mix.
We all know that a hundred good links is better than 10,000 bad ones – but how exactly can you tell? Where’s the dividing line between ‘really great’ and ‘downright shady’?
In two months time it will be 2016 already, and yet many (link builders) are still worrying about the fact that they are getting more nofollow links than dofollow.
But does it really matter?
Have you been link building for years now? Then perhaps you’re also doing outreach for years, still with the hope that your contribution will be accepted.
And still, it isn’t working.
You’re probably doing link building for many months now, exerted too much effort building backlinks from different sites, and already tried different strategies – from broken link building to blog commenting.
Perhaps you’ve sent tons of guest post pitches, but still aren’t getting any replies. Still aren’t getting positive results.