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Best practices for backlinks in articles

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by homenet, May 18, 2010.

  1. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    I'm planning a big article submission soon and was wondering how to get the most out of the backlinks from them.

    Im planning submitting original content to multiple directories but was wondering a few things about how to get the most from my backlink.

    To start with would it be more beneficial to get my link in the middle of the body? or would the end of the article be ok?

    Secondly is have multiple backlinks per article beneficial? Or are they going to carry less weight if there is more than one.

    Thanks!
     
  2. cliffdropper

    cliffdropper Registered Member Premium Member

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    Go here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...riting-101-how-write-successful-articles.html


     
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  3. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    Thanks man, will check that out!
     
  4. BenPaolo

    BenPaolo Junior Member

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    can i ask a question also? Should I submit articles to ezine only, major article directories or as much as I could? They would not be spun or rewritten. Should I link the other articles (from other articles) to ezine or to my site. How can I get the most juice out of the backlinks
     
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    Read Ezines guidelines on their website, it will help you out ALOT, best way to utilize Ezine is to use one backlink in the resource area and ensure the anchor text used it relavent to the article, is a high priority keyword and links to relevant content. Also, make sure your title contains the same keyword term as your anchor text.

    http://ezinearticles.com/editorial-guidelines.html

    Submit to Ezine FIRST, the big G should index it within hours, then submit to a further 50 crap directories, then give it a a few spins and further submissions.

    Check out http://www.seolinkvine.com/ decent realtime spinning and submission website, worth the investment IMO