Discussion in 'Link Building' started by kiwilx, Dec 29, 2011.
It is better if you have the majority of those backlinks from niche related sites. If you have some backlinks from non-related niche sites - it is alright as long as their percentage of the total amount of backlinks is low (less than 10-20% or something, I wouldn't take chances with more).
Now about the .edu and .gov - make sure that you have the keywords from your niche in the articles/forums you are going to post into. For example - if the article in the .gov site is for travel related topic and your site is for weight loss (or worse - like adult site for example) - it looks ridiculous and like obvious spamming so Google may not like that.
Just get links - period. Keep doing that nonstop for a month and then look back/analyze the results.
Thank me then :biglaugh:
I think niche content is the best you would need a lot more backlinks for non-niche.
Yeah you're better off not worrying about it and just getting as many links as you can. Links from sites with authority are better if possible, but links are good. Don't think you have to micro-manage your links in some way, otherwise I'd be able to come in and build a few unrelated links that would mess everything up. That's obviously not true.
Backlinks doesn't have to be from niche related websites. But the webpages which you are linking have to be related to each other.
yes you are right....backlinks should have niche related for better google ranking.
The website does not have to be related. The webPAGE you link from does not have to be related either, but related content on the page helps a lot.
The website does not have to be related, but I'd advise that it is. Some sites may few it as spam I believe. I usually post backlinks in comments on sites that are similar to mine. It makes more sense doing that.
yeah I totally agree that building links with same niche is good but when you are having an option for link on homepage with HIGH PR, I think niche doesn't matter at that time,
I will suggest to focus more on niche related back linking.
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