Your Guide to Creating Quality Back Links
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When it comes to the world of SEO, or search engine optimization, there are a lot of things that you may not be able to control. Sadly these are the very things that too many of the owners of less successful sites focus on, instead of looking at the things that you can
do for your site. One of the things that you can do for your site, SEO wise, is create and encourage quality back links.
At first that may sound like it is one of those insurmountable tasks that you have no control over, when in fact it is really something that you can have a great deal of control over. If you are willing to put in the needed time and effort, you will be able to make some great links to your site happen.
Of course, before you can do that you should learn a bit of strategy first. After all, effort spent without a plan is pretty much effort wasted. Luckily, you have come to the right place. Here you will find the tools that you need in order to create a solid plan that will set your site in good stead for the future. We will look at some of the strategy that you may want to follow in order to create quality links.
The Two Types of Back Links You May Want to Generate: Comment Links and In Post Links
Getting a link to your site in the body of a post is arguably one of the better links to get. Why? Because it is almost always going to be a do follow link (we’ll talk more about those later on, since most bloggers want to encourage their viewers to visit links they post the platforms mostly makes them do follow by default. In addition it is also a kind of an endorsement of your sites post. Unless, of course the blog post is a negative one. Even so some of those posts have been able to garner significant traffic.
The In Comment Links
Creating links in the comment section of a blog is a much easier thing to do. You can create a lot more of them at one time and you will have a certain amount of control over when they come out. That means you can bunch them for a quick traffic boost or stretch them out for sustained growth over time.
On the down side, some of those sites may be no follow, so while you can attract human visitors you won’t get the link juice. Also be aware that if done wrong, they can be perceived as spam. If you use the techniques mentioned further on you will significantly reduce this chance.
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