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How can I build a natural looking link profile for a yelp listing

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aussiejack, Sep 27, 2014.

  1. aussiejack

    aussiejack Regular Member

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    I have a yelp listing (it is not exactly yelp but a local directory listing in a high authority site) and want to start link building.

    Any tipps / experiences how a natural link building might look like for such a listing?
     
  2. Reyone

    Reyone Elite Member

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    The best answer for this will come from yourself.

    Ask yourself a few questions:
    Who is my target audience?
    What would my audience think about my service after trying it?
    What would my audience do after having a great experience?

    And so on...

    After a customer experiences something great, they usually go and tell their friends. This translates into social media, ocassional forums and some rare blog comments. If the person has a personal blog, it is likely they will make a small comment about your service in their next post and link to your site.

    Well... if you play it smart, you will be able to recreate this which in turn could get you higher rankings :)
     
  3. aussiejack

    aussiejack Regular Member

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    Can I shoot with social fiverr gigs at a listing? Such as FB shares, tweets etc?

    For my own website I would never do this because it is considered spammy. But I heard for high authority sites such as yelp etc this could work.

    But I would prefer a slow approach. I want to rank this listing well long term!

    Any experiences?