First and foremost, I would just like to say that linkbuilding is here to stay. Social will NOT take over linkbuilding’s value and effects. There are different levels of linkbuilding that we use in our team that I think you should be familiar of too.
Where you place your link in your website is one of the most overlooked linkbuilding techniques of SEO specialists today. The importance of where your link exists in a page is critical. So what do you need to know about link placements?
Lately I have been in the task of compiling link building techniques to share with all the readers of SEO Hacker. It’s not really ‘magic’ but it’s something you can do as a unique task against your competition.
All SEOs know that link building is one of the most important factors of SEO to date. There are lots of linkbuilders out there working their butts off just to get better links than the competition. As I’ve said in previous posts, links amounts to almost 70% of your off-site SEO.
So here, I’ve listed down effective link building strategies you can use:
In my previous entry, I talked about how big of a chunk links are to your site’s SEO. In this one, I’ll be talking about the basics and must-knows about linkbuilding. Why do you need links? How important is it? Where do I start?
Links don’t grow on trees
First off, you have to realize the linkbuilding is one of the slowest, pain-in-the-ass processes that you have to go through to grow your site’s visibility as an SEO practitioner. Links don’t just pop out of nowhere. You have to earn it.
And, yes, even if links do grow on trees, you have to climb a bad-ass ladder in order to pick it off.