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How you focus on building backlinks and articles ? What strategy you think is better?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Fab1j0, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. Fab1j0

    Fab1j0 Regular Member

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    Hello

    What is your strategy on building authority website... Do you first post for example 100 articles (1 per day or 2 per day or more) and then you wait to get indexed and start building backlinks when you have a lot of articles on website or you post for example 5 articles, let them index and start builiding backlinks until they start ranking in top 100 and then start writing articles again.

    So in short what is better:

    1.option: Publish as much as you can articles, wait for them to index and start with backlinks to rank them.

    2. option: Publish for example 5 or 10 articles, wait for them to index and start with the backlinks.. When these 5 or 10 articles starting to rank, then you start writing another 5 or 10 articles and do the same for them.

    Thank you
     
  2. KingDigital

    KingDigital Junior Member

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    I have read from some SEO advice articles that backlinking starts with the content itself. If content is valuable to people then people will naturally link to it of their own accord.
     
  3. Fab1j0

    Fab1j0 Regular Member

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    Yes i know that backlinking starts with the content itself.. But when you start and if people can't find you anywhere you can't get any shares.. So my opinion is that option 2 is better.. Because you rank for example 2 articles of 5 in page #1 and when peoples comes to website can also see other 3 articles and share them.. In this way you can get shares and natural backlinking..

    If you only post articles daily and no backlinks are made to, nobody can't find you..

    So i'm thinking in this way:

    Option 1: For people who have big budget

    Option 2: For people who don't have big bugdet and build there website in slow motion.
     
  4. wblteam

    wblteam Regular Member

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    You can do this in many ways. After creating the site, you can create the social profiles and create some fans and followers there. After publish content on your blog, you can share them on the social profiles. If your content is attractive to them, they will share which some bloggers may find interesting for their readers and might link from their content. Once a good number of articles are there, you can start building links. So publishing content, sharing content and getting links can go simultaneously.
     
  5. pitrene9

    pitrene9 Newbie

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    Many people find link building stressful. One reason is because they are not producing great content that people will gladly share.
    In Moz's classic book, "How to rank," Cyrus Shepard recommends that "90% of your effort should go into creating great content, and 10% into link building." This is the 90/10 rule of link building.

    As harsh as it sounds, Shepard says if you are struggling to generate links to your site, it's likely that you have reversed the rule.
    If you want to succeed with scale link building, you need quality content.
    Link building is all about positioning your content and getting more people to link to you. In other words, a single post can be used to gain many quality links to your site.
    High quality links have two key advantages over traditional links: relevance and trust. Here's the difference:
    Let's say you have a dog training site and you get an inbound link from an article directory. Google won't see that link as relevant to the subject of your site.
    But if that link is from a site that's related to dog training, like a dog food store or a discussion board that's centered around dogs, you will not only improve your rankings, but your site will be relevant and valuable to those who visit it. And that will help you get more links.
    How do you find authority sites where you can build relationships and start the process of gaining relevant links? One useful tool is similar site search.

    Type in your site URL (I'm using Quick Sprout in this example) and hit the search button
    The results are a list of sites covering topics related to mine. This is only a first step, as I still need to build relationships with site owners so they will want to link to my content.