Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Johnson Joseph, May 11, 2017.
How can one generate quality backlinks within a short while like 1 month interval
There are several ways to build quality links but building quality links gradually are good. So, build quality links over quantity. Write good content on your blog and earn natural backlinks. A good infographic also helps you to earn quality backlinks.
Guest posting and blog commenting are also the best ways to build quality backlinks.
Create outstanding content and reach to other bloggers in your niche, ask them to check it out, if they like it search for a relevant page on their site and ask for a link.
Reverse engineer your competitors and try to talk to people who linked them before.
Landing guest posts is one of your better options, but here is one method that I use which is tedious, but effective. It's a lot better than cold asking for guest posts:
Write a great article.
Link to other bloggers in that article.
Publish the article.
Go to each blog post you mentioned and leave a comment letting them know you've linked to them, and include a link to the article.
Grab their Twitter handles while you're on the site.
Follow the bloggers on Twitter, do a shoutout mentioning them and linking to your post.
This won't guarantee anything but nofollow links (from the comments), but you may get lucky and get a link back from one of the bloggers. What this does do, though, is creates goodwill with these bloggers so asking for a guest post in the future will be a lot more likely to succeed. I usually will do this a few times and comment a few times on other posts before asking. If I have more time and I'm planning my content for the site better, I'll do a slightly modified version that follows these steps:
Find the articles you want to link to first.
Follow the authors on Twitter.
Comment on the article with a good comment.
Tweet the article (making sure to mention the author)
Write your article and include your links.
Comment on the article again letting them know you liked it so much you've linked to them (drop link to article in the comment)
Tweet out your article making sure to mention the blogger you linked to. (I do one tweet per blogger mentioned. I used to include multiple mentions per tweet, but it didn't engage as well).
This method is very similar to the other one, but it gives you more contact with the authors so asking for a guest post in the future is that much easier. They'll hopefully recognize your name and all of the free promo/interaction you gave before asking. Cold asking for guest posts is hit or miss. This will definitely increase your odds of landing a guest post.
I don't do this for everyone
One important takeaway: this is a lot of effort. Only do it for sites that you actually want guest posts from. I don't ordinarily go for top-tier influencers just because they are inundated with requests and may even have multiple employees handling different areas of their interactions. So, if one employee is handling comments and another is handling social media and another is handling emails from the contact form, then all of my efforts will have been wasted because the person who gets my guest post email will have no idea who I am.
Mid-tier influencers are often handling everything themselves or may only have one employee or a spouse helping out. You are much more likely to land a guest post from someone like this. I'm not saying you can't go for a top-tier influencer, but be prepared to spend a lot more time building up your goodwill with them.
Here is a great eBook about that particular style of outreach: https://www.yourseosquad.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/link-building-debunked.pdf
Matt LaClear, one of the biggest, scamming retards ever to grace Warrior Forum.
I'd not trust him to tell me night followed day.
Hahaha. I don't know him personally. I read through the book, and although it has a lot of fluff in it (which ironically he rails against in one part of the book), the rest of the outreach info is fairly solid. Outreach info is outreach info, it's just nice having one eBook to refer someone to rather than a bunch of articles.
I think the auto backlinks generation will ruin all the works behind the money site. So go with manual link building. Then the next thing is to know that what is quality behind the backlinks? Then you can understand how the quality backlinks made per month by a successful person for a good money site.
the best question ever , you should go through BHW again
I would say the most legit way you can do to directly create backlink is by guest posting/blogging.
Try contacting blogs with similar niche.
hahaha.. If you do't know him personally, then better avoid recommending Matt LaClear or any of his shit loaded PDF here..
Thank you for understanding
Pretty good quality backlinking services are available on SEOclerk and konker at reasonable prices
just chek freelancer section or fiverr
I advice you to not buy BL from fiverr as they will have a negative seo effect on your blog.
I advice you to be careful with link-building tools, as they can also drive negative seo effect on your blog.
Get expired web 2.0's by scraping them yourself or buying them on fiverr and create backlinks by writing blog posts. Guest posting is also good for getting quality backlinks. Here at BHW, you can find people providing guest posting offers.
At the end of the day, it's important to keep in mind that quality will always be the winner. Focus on writing quality content with proper keywords, and the results will naturally follow.
This sentiment is romantic, but mostly false. Does Google intend to rank the highest quality content? I believe that is their intention. Does the best quality content always, naturally rank? No. No, it doesn't. If it did, Google wouldn't need to release algo updates.
What I will say, to your credit, is that quality, non-SEO'd content is at least future-proofed and likely well-positioned to enjoy the benefits of Google updates (not to say they'll crack page 1, but at least they don't have to worry about being de-indexed). But, while people are waiting for their content to rank by the grace of Google Engineers, their hosting bills will be rolling in and their morale will be dropping.
If your keyword is easy enough, then this idea can work, but the majority of keywords that people want to rank for will require some intervention and promotion to push it up the ranks. And I'm not saying this as a person trying to push my SEO services. I don't sell services (I may in the future, but I'm too busy working on my own stuff).
Use HARO. But not for pitching but for queries. This is how I do it.
Beside this, you can also have a look here https://www.shoutmeloud.com/101-ways-to-get-quality-backlinks-to-your-blog.html
Building a lot amount of back-links in shot period is not that good even its high quality. Your links should be dripfeeded with good interval of time. you can find lot more quality service in our community it self (BHW) https://www.blackhatworld.com/forums/seo-link-building.43/
Write Quality Articles and get published on another websites there are many websites which accept Guest Post
Separate names with a comma.