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Best backlinks strategy for a new website?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by buysellbooth, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. buysellbooth

    buysellbooth Registered Member

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    I am a newbie to SEO. This week I have created my first commercial website and it is currently unranked on Google for my keywords, but shows if I type my domain into Google.

    I was just wondering what backlinks strategy would be most beneficial to a new website to get higher rankings on Google. Would it be better to get mass backlinks from Fiverr, and would it make more sense to go for small more quality amounts?

    Any other suggestions would be highly appreciated!
     
  2. Tatsuya

    Tatsuya Junior Member

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    I don't have much experience with linkbuilding but I have read a lot about the topic, and everyone says the same: if the website is new do not build a lot of links at the beginning, is better to focus on quality rather than quantity.

    There is a good guide in the download section called Perpetual traffic. Maybe it is still available. Hope this helps
     
  3. MagicMike

    MagicMike Power Member

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    I'd go very slow, no Scrapebox or Xrumer blasts, especially since you are new to SEO. I'd do a little at a time and monitor the results every step of the way.

    Maybe start with a small amount of social bookmarking. You can get them here in the BST section for just a few dollars. Again, I think in this situation "less is more" for you as you begin.

    Might be a good idea to get a few more domains to play with.
     
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  4. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    Slow and steady wins the race. Do mixture of all. Blog comments, forum signature, forum commenting, wikis, directory submission, bookmarks, .edu, .gov. Find blogs/sites related to your niche and insert your anchor text there. Create busser sites like 2.0 and blast those buffer sites with SB blast. Don't ever do SB blast on main site. Remember don't do this at once. Equally post articles there on your site and ping it for quick index. When both content and backlinks increases on same speed SE's won't find it as a spam.

    All the best.
     
  5. GreyOttimo

    GreyOttimo Newbie

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    Study the strategy and go slowly man !!!
     
  6. Djalminha

    Djalminha Regular Member

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    do not hasittate at the beginning read and think first and then start your Action.
     
  7. dimitris

    dimitris Junior Member

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    manual my friend, and don't hesitate to be lazy! do it slowly day by day, more and more. start with some blog comments, do some social bookmarking, make some web 2.0, submit some articles... be patient!!!
     
  8. 50cent

    50cent Regular Member

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    build slowly and manually. Directory submissions, social bookmarking (small number on high quality sites), submit manual articles to high quality article sites, manual high PR blog comments on pages related to niche with low OBL, and buy some links, just to name a few.

    Do all this over the course of a month or two.
     
  9. RBseatown

    RBseatown Junior Member

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    I recommend to start slow with basic links that every site could get (web 2.0s, social bookmarks) and then over time drip in some other types of links, especially higher quality links at that time.